Need a pit stop on your Sunshine Coast escooter ride? Pop into the Black Bunny Cafe at Alexandra Headland, directly opposite the Alex Surf Club and next to the Breakfree Resort. Licensed cafe with fab food and a pool table!
McDonalds on Aerodrome Road in Maroochydore, next to the Sebel Hotel, is a great place to pick up an Oggy electric scooter (check for availability first as they're not always here!) and head into Cotton Tree or further afield on the Sunshine Coast.
The Burlington Apartments, located at number 75 on Sixth Avenue is a great spot to drop your oggy escooter if you're heading to Maroochydore Surf Club, and to pick up from if you're staying in local accommodation. Look for the big Oggy Parking Hub sign in the forecourt of this great local Sunshine Coast hotel.
Sunshine Coast Afloat is located at the Southern end of Brisbane Road in Mooloolaba and is a great starting point for an oggy electric scooter ride due to its close proximity to a free 12 hour car park and a dedicated cycleway into Mooloolaba and beyond. Book your next private cruise or whale watching adventure while you're there!
The Mercure Hotel Sunshine Coast is a fabulous hub for those visiting the area or travelling to the SCU Hospital, the Night Quarter or Stockland Birtinya. The pathways around the lake and beyond are fantastic, wide and uncluttered, providing beautiful views, and oggy escooters are one of the best ways to explore around the wonderful Bok Beach.
Noosa Lakes Resort, only 150 metres from Noosa Marina, is ideally located to get you scooting along Hilton or Gympie Terrace to visit all the fabulous eateries, bars and boutiques of Noosaville. Alternatively, use your escooter to hop over the bridge to Tewantin and visit the info centre in the Miner's Hut for more ideas on where to scoot.
Culgoa Point Beach Resort is now able to offer visitors and guests the convenience of riding oggy to get around! With the parking hub located conveniently at 5 Quamby Place, Noosa Heads, you can hop on an oggy electric scooter and travel the area sustainably.
The beautiful Noosa Blue Resort, located at the crest of the hill at Noosa Heads is the perfect hub to visit to get yourself down to the fabulous Hastings Street or the National Park, minus the traffic and parking woes! Travel in Noosa with zero emissions and zero noise, and ride an oggy escooter.
The family friendly Sunshine Coast RACV Noosa Resort at 94 Noosa Drive, Noosa Heads is now an oggy hub which means you can stay in peaceful seclusion, but still zip down to Hastings Street without having to hop in a car! What better way to return to this relaxing resort that to do it on an oggy escooter.
Oaks Oasis Resort in Caloundra is home to a wonderland of water for the kids! Oggy escooters can be found outside reception to give you the freedom to explore the wonderful Sunshine Coast pathways of Golden Beach, Pelican Waters, Kings Beach and beyond. A favourite electric scooter ride from here is along the Coastal Pathway to Moffat Beach for a perfect coffee at The Pocket or a tipple at The Moffat Beach Brewing Company.
Located directly behind Three Restaurant and Bar on Bulcock Street is the Ocean Views Resort (OVR) which has oggy escooters directly in front of their reception area. Grab an oggy from here to head south on the Sunshine Coast Coastal Pathway for some beautiful views to go with your scooting adventure.
Central to Bulcock Beach and a beautiful scoot to Kings, Moffat, Dicky, Shelly and Golden beaches is the iconic, 5 Star Rumba Beach Resort. Finish your electric scooter adventure in time for Happy Hour on Fridays and Saturdays from 4 - 6pm, with live music and mouth watering snacks in the 26 Degree Bar.
Big 4 Caloundra is one of the most popular holiday parks on the Sunshine Coast. It has direct access to Pumicestone Passage and the fabulous coastal pathway, meaning you can get scooting - quicker!
Big 4 Maroochy River is perfectly situated to get you scooting along the magnificent Maroochy River right into Mooloolaba and beyond, or out to the picturesque Bli Bli. What better way to explore the Sunshine Coast than on an electric scooter?!