Just imagine living the acreage dream and the Sunshine Coast dream all at once.
Set on approximately two lush acres and just fifteen minutes to the golden sands and surf of Maroochydore beach, Endeavour Foundation’s $2.5 million Prize Home at Diddillibah is truly a slice of paradise.
Whether you choose to stay in or go out and explore, a day spent here, in this stunning part of the world, is always a day well spent:
Stay in bed just a little longer. There’s no shame in hitting the snooze button a couple of times on your day off. And when you’re enveloped in crisp designer linen and surrounded by luxury, who can blame you?
Go out and get a head start on the day with an early beach walk down at beautiful Maroochydore Beach. You can be there in fifteen minutes, and the section of beach between beach access points 137 to 145 is an on-leash dog beach so you can take your pooch for a stroll as well.
Stay in and enjoy your morning coffee and a leisurely breakfast by the pool that ends up turning into brunch. Make sure you have your togs on so you’re ready to slip straight into the pool when it’s time to cool off.
Go out and scout out a new café for brekkie. You could spend a year of Sundays trying out all of the amazing cafes on the coast, but why not start with your local, Driftwood, just down the road on David Low Way. We hear the breakfast burgers are yum.
Stay in the crystal-clear water of your resort-style sparkling pool until you’re suitably relaxed and wrinkly. When there’s nowhere you have to be, and nowhere else you’d rather be, you can linger as long as you like.
Go out on the water for a spot of wake-boarding at Bli Bli Watersports. Just ten minutes or so down the road, this riverside complex includes two cable-skiing lakes running at different speeds so that it caters for everyone from the newbies to the pros. Or better yet, take your new water bike to Maroochy River and take a self-guided tour.
Stay in and fire up the amazing barbeque in your very own poolside cabana. When you’ve got this kind of luxury in your backyard, there’s a genuine argument for never leaving home.
Go out and pick up some lunch at one of Bli Bli’s favourite hangouts, the Local Parklakes. As they say themselves, this establishment is a bit of a chameleon, serving as the local café, restaurant, bar, pub and takeaway.
Stay in the shed for the afternoon to sharpen the mower blades or put the car up on the built-in hoist to do a bit of tinkering.
Go out and take the bikes (all part of the prize) to the Coastal Pathway for an afternoon ride. Join in at whatever point you like and enjoy an easy cruise with views. Whether you head north or south, you’re likely to run out of puff before you run out of path.
Stay in and kick back by the fire pit with a glass of wine and watch the sun go down. Throw together a cheese board and you’ve got the recipe for heaven.
Go out to the edge of the lookout at the top of Mount Ninderry and you’ll be glad you made the late afternoon climb. With spectacular ‘magic hour’ views over lush fields to Coolum, this dog-friendly hike is just 25 minutes north and is well worth the 3.3km round trip.
Stay in for a family movie night in your home cinema/media room complete with movie theatre carpet. Grab the popcorn and settle in for a double feature.
Go out and sample the local brews with the ‘good vibe beer tribe’ at 10 Toes Brewing in Buderim. Fast becoming a Sunshine Coast institution, this local brewery is about as relaxed as it gets with seriously good beer. Best of all, it’s less than ten minutes from your acreage retreat so it’s a just a quick Uber ride home.
If you can, come and see just what a day in paradise looks like at this $2.5 million acreage retreat at Diddillibah.
Or if you can’t get here, stay in and take our virtual tour instead and take some time to dream.
Grab a $10 ticket now and your day in paradise could turn into a lifetime. Plus, by buying a ticket in an Endeavour Foundation Lottery, you’ll be helping people with disability to learn life skills, find meaningful employment, live independently and live their best life. It’s a win/win for everyone.