25 ways to treat your mum on the Coast this Mother's Day

1. Sunset sail to watch the remains of the day disappear over the horizon whilst sipping champagne without a care in the world on board Blue Dolphin. 

- Jodie Lynch 

Take mum on a sunset cruise
Take mum on a sunset cruise Contributed

2. Hervey Bay Stand Up Paddle at the Torquay Sailing Club for a good laugh. 

- Lisa Wong-Kam 


3. To do the Mother's Day Classic walk/run in support of breast cancer.

- Jane Justins


4. A nice high tea or breakfast 

- Andrea Mackander


Spoil mum to a high tea
Spoil mum to a high tea Darryn Smith


5. Spend the fay with her and dinner at the Vinyard.

- Aleeca Waterman 


6. To where she is happiest

- Mandy Chapman


7. Coast Restaurant and Bar to share their slow cooked lamb & beef with amazing sides

- Christine Felgendrejeris 

Coast Restaurant and Bar
Coast Restaurant and Bar Contributed

8. Home - it is where the heart is with her family

- Kristie Lee Archbold


9. The Sticky Fig for a high tea

- Melissa Robinson


10. McDonald's 

- PJ Heaton

11. Torquay Hotel

- Helen Maffescioni 


12. Wherever mum wants to go

- Kelly Lord

13. My mum comes to my house so I can spoil her rotten

- Wendy Ballinger 


14. Trax Cafe in Maryborough

- Lauren Gray


15. Coast Restaurant - driven there in a limo

- Kathryn Simeon


16. At home relaxing and chatting - the best place for me

- Marilyn Bish 


17. Arkarra Tea Gardens at Dundowran

- Debbie Polley


Arkarra Tea Gardens
Arkarra Tea Gardens


18. Give her a SUP paddle board lesson 

- Pam Coles


19. Escape to Kingfisher

- Makita Lee

Kingfisher Bay Resort
Kingfisher Bay Resort Contributed

20. Maryborough BMX tracks

- Rohan Allan


21. To the koala markets

- Kirraleigh Johnson


22. Brunch at a Spoon Full of Sugar Cafe

- Dan Oakhill


23. Maddigans for fish and chips

- Janice Selwood


24. The beach

- Glen Parker


25. Simply Wok

- Charlie Wright


Topics:  fraser coast mother's day seniors-mothers-day treat

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