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Buddina is a beach side community with a good mix of residential property including low-set brick and tile homes, building units, prestige beach front properties with ocean views or located on the waterfront in the canal development shared with the neighbouring suburb of Minyama.

As a small coastal suburb there is only a handful of vacant land left. Buddina residents are well catered for with the second largest shopping complex on the Sunshine Coast, Kawana Shoppingworld located in the centre. Residents also find Buddina Primary school and the Kawana Waters Surf Life Saving Club at Buddina Beach very handy.

The beaches, parklands and esplanade of Buddina are popular attractions for local residents and visitors to the Sunshine Coast. Buddina Beach runs the full length of the suburb and is the northern part of the 10km beach that extends from Point Cartwright to Currumundi Beach in the south. Point Cartwright is located at the mouth of the Mooloolaba River and includes a man-made rock wall. A small secluded beach on the other side of Beacon Lighthouse reserve at Point Cartwright offers a great fishing spot and sensational surfing offering a sometimes heavy right hand break. An off-the leash dog area, showers and toilets can also be found at Point Cartwright.

Current Market – Market Review – Buddina

Dining Out

One on La Balsa
Underneath the exclusive apartments is the One on La Balsa Cafe, open for breakfast and lunch.
07 5444 6444

Bistro at Kawana Waters
Kawana Waters Hotel has Live music Wednesday – Sunday, with Thursday night being our cocktail night in the Rendezvous Lounge with a pianist playing from 7.30pm
07 5444 6699

All’ Antica Italian
At the core of the restaurant are the traditional recipes and dishes that showcase provincial cuisine with traditional dishes from the Northern Alps to the rich waters of the Mediterranean that surround Sicily
07 5444 0988

The Curry Bowl
Experienced Chefs take great pride in providing the delicious cuisine on offer, covering both Northern & Southern Indian specialties, as well as some Sri Lankan dishes
07 5478 0800


Kawana Shopping World
The centre opened in 1979 and was the first shopping centre to open on the Sunshine Coast. The centre has since undergone refurbishments, the most recent in 2014, in which a new food court was developed.
07 5444 1944