Lazy Day Peregian Beach


Lazy Day Peregian Beach, Sunshine Coast, Queensland. Australia

Nothing beats a good road trip and when the opportunity presents itself, there’s nothing like loading up the car and catching up with friends. The Sunshine Coast, Queensland best stretches of coastline is right on Brisbane’s doorstep. Being less developed than the Gold Coast, many people, like us, prefer it for its laid-back atmosphere and skyscraper-free beaches. We were up the crack of dawn, our destination, Peregian Beach. Laid-back with a community feel, Peregian Beach is one of the best beachside suburbs on the Sunshine Coast. A treasure of northern Sunshine Coast, Peregian Beach boasts picture-perfect, relaxed coastal living, if you’re looking for chilled out ambience; this is the place you’ll find it. Teeming with trendy cafés, contemporary restaurants and boutique shops, the Village Square is the ultimate in boho-chic hangouts.

We arrived at the same time as our friends “The Rayners” and headed to breakfast at Raw Energy Peregian Beach. Raw Energy is a homegrown Queensland café chain, famous for its super healthy Acai bowls, is your go-to for breakfast/lunch in Peregian Beach. Sitting right at home with the beach village lifestyle, it welcomes all types of visitors from surfers to sun-tanners, barefoot dog walkers or those a little more dressed up. It’s colourful, open and airy, and serves all of your raw, vegan and vego options. 

The dog-friendly atmosphere cannot be beaten. Food is always served with a warmth and pleasurable smile. We love the range and variety of food as well as their flexibility when we have specific requests that vary slightly from the menu.


From breakfast we took the short walk down the road to check out the Peregian Markets. The Peregian Markets are a truly local affair; with stalls and vendors showcasing upcycled or handmade goods tailored to their own flair. You can find any number of fashionable streetwear, pottery, artwork, jewellery, and gifts. Local organic produce, and homemade pastries, bread, and pickled sauerkraut; other creations or condiments are commonly found to stock the pantry.

The Peregian Markets take place every 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month. In months with five Sundays, an extra market will be held. Reserved for early or late mornings, be sure to get there between 7 am and 12:30 pm. Centrally located, the market is held within the square of Kingfisher Park. The market usually has up to 110 stalls for you to peruse. Bring your swimming togs so that you combine the markets with a quick swim in the waters of Peregian Beach.


As the market is right in town, you can extend your shopping experience; venture into the boutiques, shops, and cafes, nibble on homemade goods found at the market; or pop into a gourmet cafe for the ultimate breakfast or late lunch. Tourists often blend right in with the local community; as its thriving markets filled with lively energy becomes contagious.

Peregian Beach Village is such a beautiful dog-friendly village, and other cafes you need to check out are.


Skål Coffee

Polished concrete and timber furnishing with barefoot beachy vibes, this café is the spot for brunch in Peregian Beach. Sit inside to the tune of the bustling atmosphere or relax outside underneath umbrellas and trees and enjoy a scrumptious wholefood menu, fresh-made juices and the perfect espresso shot. It’s a great coffee haunt and a trendy place to start your day. Skal has a big following of dog lovers. They serve Padre Coffee and you can buy a Noosa Dog Cakes dog biscuit for your furry friend here too.

Baked Poetry Cafe

Baked Poetry Cafe is situated in the leafy heart of buzzing Peregian Beach Village. It has a relaxed, European feel. All cakes and breads are made onsite, using traditional recipes and natural ingredients.

Hand of Fatima Peregian

Situated on the Kingfisher Drive side of the village square. Hand of Fatima has Turkish inspired food and excellent muffins and coffee. Dog Friendly Outdoor Seating. No Table Reservations.

We said our farewell’s to the “Rayners” and headed the coastal route stopping at Coolum. Arriving at Coolum you instantly get that carefree holiday atmosphere accompanied by some great surf. We headed to Stumers Creek Dog Off-Leash Area, which is a lovely place where you and your pup can swim. It’s recognised as one of the best dog beaches on the Sunshine Coast. We gave our pup a run and swim and watched the tandem skydivers landing on the beach before we headed home on the Pacific Highway became the afternoon carpark crawl.

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