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Stock Images, Pictures, Aerial Photographs & Video Footage of Sunshine Coast, Queensland & Hinterland.  Aerial Views, images and footage of the Sunshine Coast.

Hypervision's various stock image & video collections of the Sunshine Coast and South Eastern Queensland stock images, photography, pictures of Sunshine Coast, stock footage of Sunshine Coast, Sunshine Coast stock video footage, Sunshine Coast and South Eastern Queensland coastal stock photos, stock aerial footage of Sunshine Coast & the Noosa Area. Stunning aerial photography of Mooloolaba Canals, Maroochydore River, Bribie Island and Caloundra. Stock aerial footage of Sunshine Coast, Sunshine Coast Beach Images, photographs of the Sunshine Coast and general stock footage of the entire Sunshine Coast Beaches, Coastal areas and Hinterland


This is Queensland Tourism imagery at its best! A huge collection of images, video and visuals featuring the Glasshouse Mountains in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland, Noosa in the North, Maroochydore, Moolooaba, Caloundra, Kings Beach, the Gympie Rattler, the spectacular Hinterland, Noosa River, Main beach, Surfing , Eumundi Markets and all the neaby regions. We have many, many images of the area including aerial photographs, aerial video and high quality ground level video footage featuring sailing, wildlife, coastlines, sun, surf and amazing tropical scenes.  This is an amazing holiday area in sunny Queensland at its best!

Panorama Aerial Noosa River

This is a brand new section and will be built up over 2015, please stay tuned for these completely unique images

Photographing The Sunshine Coast

The Sunshine Coast metropolitan area is the third most populated area in the Australian state of Queensland. Located 100 km north of the state capital Brisbane in South East Queensland on the Pacific Ocean coastline, its urban area spans approximately 60 km of coastline and hinterland from Pelican Waters to Tewantin. At the 2011 Australian Census the urban area's population was 209,263, and the metropolitan area's was 270,270, making it the 9th most populous in the country.[1] It is the administrative centre for the Sunshine Coast Region Council municipality, the fourth most populated local government area in Australia with over 306,909 residents.


The area was first settled by Europeans in the 19th century with development progressing slowly until tourism became an important industry. The area has several coastal hubs at Caloundra, Kawana Waters, Maroochydore and Noosa Heads. Nambour and Maleny have developed as primary commercial centres for the hinterland.

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