Where To Buy Indoor Plants On The Sunshine Coast

By Leonie Prendeville - 12 Jan 2017

Fact: the best homes are plant-filled ones. Okay, maybe it’s not a fact, but it should be.

If, like us, you’re already a diehard plant enthusiast, you well know that even the humblest of greenery can totally oasis-ify your home. You’re also very aware that once you hop on the plant train (oh man, imagine if that was really a thing!?) you’re not ever getting off.

So, listen up fellow plant-loving humans—whether you’re a seasoned devotee of indoor greenery or just diving into this slippery leaf-filled slope, we’ve found the best places to create your very own urban jungle.

Editor’s Note: If you need help keeping those new plants alive, we’ve already got you covered with our guide to indoor plants for serial plant killers.


E-plants is the jungle of nurseries. Nestled amongst towering trees in Doonan, it’s no secret that these guys really dig plants. They may be best known for bulk-buy outdoor landscaping projects, but the indoor plant range is still hefty. The standout though, is their size range. You can grab yourself an itty bitty beauty, like a benchtop appropriate Philodendron, or a giant gem, like a fiddle leaf fig that’s actually taller than you are.
Where: 14 Grays Road, Doonan


Once upon a time Peregian Garden Centre was HUGE. These days it’s downsized, but don’t let that deter you—what’s there is top notch. They have a great range specifically suited to surviving our coastal conditions (lucky beach-front property-dwellers get on this!), beautiful natives, awesome terrariums, and some splendid looking bonsais.
Where: 2197 David Low Way, Peregian Beach


Instant relaxation. That’s what you feel when you step into Manawee. Their beautiful nursery is home to many hard-to-find and unusual plants, and the cute-as-a-button gift shop is, well, cute as a goddamn button. Not only do they have you sorted for your personal plant needs, they also cover your plant’s needs… schmicko pots, matching water catchment trays, dandy little watering cans—they’ve got it all.
Where: 18 Gloucester Road, Buderim


From succulents to ferns to a damn fine selection of growing herbs for your kitchen, Yandina Markets has stalls upon stalls upon stalls of houseplants that are ever-changing. Week after week you’ll find new treasures and it certainly doesn’t hurt to mention that they’re all at market prices too. Winning!
When: Saturdays from 7am to 12pm
Where: Yandina Sports Complex, North Street, Yandina


Peregian Beach Markets always has a few good plant stalls, but there’s one in particular that’s really caught our attention (you’ll have to stroll the aisles to find it but that’s half the fun). Their range of indoor plants are so handsome you can’t help but take a second look. Mostly succulents and cactus, they’re already paired with the perfect pot and stone combos so your new friends come 100 per cent house ready.
When: First and third Sunday of every month, from 7am to 12.30pm
Where: Kingfisher Park, Kingfisher Drive, Peregian Beach


Great selection—tick. Healthy plants—tick. Succulents—tick. Cactus—tick. Pots—tick. Potting soil—tick. Friendly team—tick. But our favourite tick of them all is Kawana Plants N Palms expertise. Whether you’re a newbie or a seasoned grower, good old-fashioned expertise is priceless. These guys will give you the low-down on your new treasure so you can keep it alive, which is surprisingly harder than you’d expect (*cough*).
Where: 260 Nicklin Way, Warana

Don’t know where to start with your indoor plant shopping? Here’s 8 super cute plants that would make your home Pinterest-worthy in an instant!

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