Photo Credit: Mark Yela
The Gateway to The Hibiscus Coast
Silverdale township, known locally as the Village, boasts some of the best retail and factory outlet stores around plus many other shops offering bargains with ‘that something a little different’.
Silverdale has so much to offer. Its historic past as the first settlement in the area can be discovered at the Pioneer Village situated within the town area where some of the original buildings have been preserved. Holy Trinity Anglican Church is another example of Silverdale’s rich history.
Silverdale Village has been the home of a traditional market for over 30 years which is held each Saturday morning. Stalls offering fresh produce, crafts, plants, trinkets and clothing line Silverdale Street and the village green come rain or shine.
If you feel peckish there’s a choice of bakeries and fast food stores, plus a licensed restaurant with indoor and outdoor seating. Enjoy a refreshing drink at the historic Wade Hotel which has been refurbished to its former glory in the original style.
In the Business Park you can find everything you will need for that weekend DIY project, home improvement, or the full on construction plan. Many leading industrial, construction, and professional service businesses call Silverdale home.
For leisure activities head to Silverdale South and try out your snowboarding or skiing skills at the Snowplanet. Or the Silverdale Adventure Park offers a great day out. Silverdale south is also home to the Domain sports fields.
Located in Silverdale south is a large Pak’nSave supermarket and petrol station, with a Bunning’s Super Store close by in the same area. Across the road is King’s Garden Centre, Animates, Fruit World, plus smaller specialist stores.
Silverdale north hosts a swim and gym centre, a medical centre, a new shopping precinct with many well known retail names and smaller boutique businesses in residence, plus banks and food and coffee shops.
Take the Silverdale exit from the motorway and discover Silverdale, the gateway to the Hibsicus Coast.