A number of Sunshine Coast businesses are offering takeaway options amid mass coronavirus shutdowns. Picture: Tricia Watkinson/File
A number of Sunshine Coast businesses are offering takeaway options amid mass coronavirus shutdowns. Picture: Tricia Watkinson/File

COVID CLOSURES: What’s open, closed on Coast

HUNDREDS of Sunshine Coast businesses were forced to close this week after the Australian Government introduced new shutdown measures due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

All Coast pubs and bars, registered and licensed clubs and hotels (excluding accommodation) closed, as have all gyms and indoor sporting venues.

Both Event Cinemas, at Maroochydore and Kawana, are closed, as is Bigscreen Cinemas Caloundra and Birch Carrol and Coyle Noosa.

MORE COVERAGE OF CORONAVIRUS ON THE SUNSHINE COAST HERE

But a number of favourite restaurants and cafes will remain open, offering takeaway options to residents.

COAST RESTAURANTS, CAFES STILL OFFERING TAKEAWAY

This list will be updated as needed.

  • Amici Cafe, Caloundra
  • Bao Down, Mount Coolum
  • Bar Deco, Yandina
  • Beau's, Kings Beach
  • Ben & Jerry's, Mooloolaba
  • Bleu Bean, Mooloolaba
  • Cafe Vie, Buderim
  • Coco's Beachside Cafe, Currimundi
  • Decisions Cafe, Birtinya
  • Elixiba, Maroochydore
  • Elliotts Bistro, Alexandra Headland
  • Good Bar, Mooloolaba
  • Heads of Noosa
  • Hello Harry, Maroochydore, Birtinya and Caloundra
  • Homegrown Cafe, Palmwoods
  • Izba Espresso, Bells Reach and Minyama
  • Kunara Cafe, Forest Glen
  • Lawn Espresso, Yandina
  • Nurcha, Maroochydore and Birtinya
  • Murray's Cafe, Maroochydore
  • On a Roll Sushi, Birtinya
  • One Block Back, Moffat Beach
  • Ours Cafe and Goods, Moffat Beach
  • Peppers Pizza, Budderim
  • P'Nut Street Noodles, Kawana
  • Pioneer Coffee Roastery, Yandina
  • Providore on Hastings, Noosa
  • Riba Kai, Maroochydore
  • Rick's Garage, Palmwoods
  • Sausage Roll Factory, Palmwoods
  • Shali's Cafe and Bakery, Montville
  • Subway, Glenview BP service station and Kunda Park
  • Sunrise Bakery, Mudjimba
  • Sunshine Sunshine, Currimundi
  • Sweet and Flour Bakery, Burnside
  • Thai Frenzy, Buderim
  • The Dock, Mooloolaba
  • The Pocket Espresso Bar, Moffat Beach
  • The Rusty Batch, Mooloolaba
  • Woombye Pub, Woombye
  • Yandina Hotel, Yandina

Bottle shops, including Dan Murphys, BWS, Liquorland and Cellarbrations will remain open, as well as shopping centres and supermarkets.

Retail pharmacies and medical centres are also open.

All Coast libraries, pools and council-run sport facilities have been closed by Sunshine Coast Council

Religious gatherings and places of worship have also been forced to close.

Personal services such as beauty therapy, tanning, massage and tattoo parlours are also closed.

Funerals will only be allowed to go ahead with groups of 10. Weddings can now only go ahead with five people at the event - the couple, the celebrant and two witnesses.

Hairdressers and barbers can continue, but must manage social distancing and patrons can only be in the premises for 30 minutes.

Boot camps and personal training must be limited to 10 people.

Are you a local cafe or restaurant owner remaining open and are not included in this list? Let us know by emailing ashley.carter@scnews.com.au.



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