Readers recommend activities for Karl and The Today Show

The Today Show will broadcast live from Moffat Beach
The Today Show will broadcast live from Moffat Beach Christian Morrow

SUNSHINE Coast Daily Facebook users have recommended their must-dos for Karl Stefanovic and The Today Show when they stop in to the Coast for a live broadcast.

The Today Show will stop in at Moffat Beach in Caloundra on October 1 as part of We Love Australia week.

IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: Today Show set for Sunshine Coast stop


Readers had a variety of activities they thought were essential to get the real Sunshine Coast experience.

Danielle Evans: Sky dive onto Currimundi Beach!

John Steer: Show us Karl's surfing skills.

Zodilyn Spencer: Watch for Whales.

Chanelle Rodger: Visit Sea Life Mooloolaba.


It was also made clear Karl needed to try a Moffat Beach breakfast as well.

Bronco Braund: Hit up the Blackwater Trading Co. for breakfast! 

Sue Lang: Breakfast at Blackwater.


Other readers had some unique ideas.

Jaime Kennedy: They should take me out for dinner!

Leilani Bourke: Ask people to bring down food, clothing and bedding for the homeless.

Greg M Ball: Leave it how they found it.

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