On the 25 of August Engel & Völkers Mooloolaba, Australia opened it’s door to the public. The opening of this shop marks a milestone for Engel & Völkers, which is now operational in 37 countries, as well as on 5 continents. ( # of continents depends on educational system so: 5 of 6 for Europe and 6 of 7 for USA)
In fact the Mooloolaba shop has been up and running since 26 of July and has closed multiple deal already since their opening.
Mooloolaba is located in Queensland on the 60-kilometre stretch of coastline known as Australia’s “Sunshine Coast”. The area is a tourist magnet, thanks to its long sandy beaches, nature reserves, picturesque mountains and convenient location.
To now more check out their website: http://www.engelvoelkers.com/au/mooloolaba/
Engel & Völkers Mooloolaba Editorial
Engel & Völkers Mooloolaba is very passionate about their home on the stunning Sunshine Coast. With a continually growing population 312,908 (as at June 2010) with up to an additional 50,000 in visitors and seasonal workers every year the Sunshine Coast is a great place to live, work & visit!.
It is a coastal region located in South East Queensland, approximately an hour’s drive north of Brisbane’s (Queensland’s capital) International Airport.
The Sunshine Coast has everything to offer – world renown beaches, beautiful rivers, stunning National Parks, the fabulous Blackall Ranges as well as a great climate!
Mooloolaba itself boasts many popular restaurants and a great nightlife. With its marinas and quality restaurants, Mooloolaba is a favourite anchorage for ocean cruisers and game fishers. It also has an all-weather harbour that is home to local trawlers and visting yachtsmen alike.
Enjoy the local pastime of watching from Pt Cartwright the boats race home in a bid to win the blue-water sailing races from both Sydney and Auckland.
Surfers have a choice of surfing beaches from Caloundra right through to Noosa. Then of course there is the more relaxed swimming or sunbathing on any of our beautiful beaches.
The beach or any of our surrounding National Parks are a great place to enjoy fish (fresh off the trawlers) and chips.
The Sunshine Coast is also home to Steve Irwin’s Australia Zoo, Mooloolaba’s Underwater World, The Glass House Mountains, Fraser Island (the worlds’ biggest sand island), The Biggest Pineapple and so much more….