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Halfmoon Bay

Nestled in a large scalloped bay just northwest of Sechelt, is the quiet hamlet of Halfmoon Bay.

The Best of Halfmoon Bay - Beaches, Rugged Cliffs, Historic Trails, and World-Class Diving
A sweeping curve of shoreline backed by towering cedars and accented with scattered sandy beaches, shimmering cliffs and rugged, log-strewn pockets is what makes up Halfmoon Bay.  Redrooffs Road, named for a group of red roofed cottages in the early 20th century, marks the entry off Highway 101 to the hamlet, passing by the Heritage General Store on the way to the pier.
Follow Redrooffs Trail for a historical and interpretative stroll along gently-sloping, forested walkways. Stop at Cooper´s Green for a picnic, and check out one of the great dive sites of the world. Smugglers Cove and Sargeants Bay is where avid hikers and mountain bikers will find fantastic single tracks to explore. Find your own paradise by kayak and exploring islands and hidden inlets tucked away along the shoreline.

Year-Round Events in Halfmoon Bay

Just like the rest of the Sunshine Coast, Halfmoon Bay is home to artists and artisans. Follow the Purple Banner Tour to visit some of the working studios and galleries. Some of our favourite events at Halfmoon Bay are:

• Halfmoon Bay Country Fair - July
• Apple Butter Festival - October

Check out our events calendar for other special events on the Sunshine Coast all year long.

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