Visit Sechelt

A Destination Vacation Spot

The Lower Sunshine Coast stretches from Landgdale in the south to Egmont in the north, with a ferry terminal at each end. Situated between mountains and the sea, with well over 100 km of waterfront, it’s the perfect place for a weekend getaway from the Vancouver and Powell River regions – just a 40 minute ferry ride through world-class scenery from either location. But there’s so much to see and do here, you can easily spend a week or more. Read More…

A Wonderful Place to call Home

Those of us who live on the Sunshine Coast know how lucky we are. But it can be easy in the busy-ness of life to take for granted all the local offerings. When was the last time you took a one or two day “staycation”, and let a local restaurant cook dinner, or treated yourself to a spa visit? Read More…

History of Sechelt

The first self-governing nation (1986) in Canada, the Shishalh, were the original residents of the Sunshine Coast. Their tenure is measured in thousands of years. Their history and current day culture is displayed in the Band’s museum in Sechelt and is visible in (protected) petroglyphs and middens along the shorelines. Read More…

Sunday Shopping

Visit this page for a list of shops and services which are usually open on Sunday.Read More…