Sunshine Coast – Student Night – 7 July

A Relaxing Afternoon at Cotton Tree Park: Unwind with Drinks and Serene Views

As the week nears its end, we often find ourselves yearning for a relaxing and rejuvenating experience to recharge our batteries. Nestled along the stunning coastline, Cotton Tree Park is a hidden gem on the Sunshine Coast, offering a perfect setting to unwind and enjoy some drinks on a Thursday afternoon. With its picturesque surroundings, tranquil ambiance, and a vibrant community, it’s no wonder that Cotton Tree Park has become a popular destination for our students.

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One of the joys of Cotton Tree Park is the variety of areas available to relax and enjoy your drinks. Spread a picnic blanket under the shade of a majestic tree, set up camp on the sandy riverbank, or snag a spot at one of the picnic tables overlooking the Maroochy River. Whatever your preference, you’ll be treated to breathtaking views and a sense of tranquility that will wash away any remnants of stress.

Apart from its natural beauty, Cotton Tree Park also offers a thriving community atmosphere. The park often hosts various events, live music performances, and cultural festivals, providing an extra layer of entertainment to enhance your experience. Engage in friendly conversations with fellow park-goers, or simply sit back and soak up the positive energy that radiates throughout this vibrant gathering place.

We love spending our afternoons at Cotton Tree Park, it’s a great opportunity to unwind & relax from the stresses of being a student. Student night provides a great setting to make new friends and enjoy a drink or two!

 

Not studying with us yet, but would like to?

Lexis Sunshine Coast is located just moments from the beautiful Maroochy beach and is one of Australia’s most attractive learning environments, providing outstanding study resources, recreational facilities and captivating views from our three floor campus. If you want more information on the courses that we offer, click here.

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