Mudjimba is the most relaxed part of the North Shore and up until recent times was a sleepy little beach enclave. Nowadays, it is trendy and cosmopolitan with its cafes and eateries. Even with its many businesses, it is still a far cry from busy local beaches such as Noosa and Mooloolaba. You can park your car relatively easily and there is always a spot to call your own on the sand.
The demographic in Mudjimba is varied and all age groups are represented well. The relaxed beach town is very community oriented – nearly everyone knows each other.
Mudjimba Beach Deck
One of the local hangout spots is the deck, accessed via the main carpark. You can sit there for hours watching the world go by, relax with a drink, congregate with fellow surfers or wait for your walking partner to arrive. You can even spot the Whales on their migration path north and south at various times of the year.
Things To Do
The beach, of course, is Mudjimba’s main attraction. It is ideal for surfing, swimming, walking, running, picnics and whiling the hours away.
Great cafes and ambience will make you instantly feel relaxed.
The town includes two patrolled beaches – one in town and the other along North Shore Road opposite the Novotel resort. Mudjimba Surf Club has a wonderful Nippers program for the summer months.
A skate park is located at the end of Mudjimba Esplanade near the exit to the David Low Way on the way to Marcoola.
The Novotel Twin Waters Resort offers an array of water activities on its beautiful lake as well as several eating options including a bar and buffet restaurant. The resort is always open to locals, and often hosts fireworks displays on special occasions that can be seen throughout the area.
For those who cherish their furry friends, there is an off-leash dog beach at the end of North Shore Road. A great way to start or end the day, you can easily take your best friend for a walk and swim on one of the coast’s most beautiful beaches.
General Waste Bins are collected every Friday morning, most locals choosing to place them on the street the night before. Fortnightly, the recycling bin goes out with the general waste bin. Should you choose to have a green mulch bin, it is collected on alternative weeks.
In Mudjimba, you will find a good cross section of housing options. Stand-alone houses, duplexes, units in small and larger complexes and townhouses are all available. The price range varies greatly, so there is something for everyone.
There is a fantastic variation of home styles, from modern houses to classic beach shacks.
If quirky is what you’re looking for, Mudjimba might be worth considering as your new place to live.