Sunshine Coast memories captured on video by student

A TRAVELLING exchange student has made a long lasting memory of his 146 days in Australia. 

Paul Pietr spend five months of 2014 staying on the Sunshine Coast on exchange in Caloundra. 

He said the time had been the best time of his life so far. 

Paul, originally from Germany, put together a video summing up his experience for to thank his exchange family, friends and school and to also promote the area to others thinking of signing up for exchange on the Sunshine Coast. 


The beautiful video mainly shot on go-pro really sums up the Coast lifestyle. 

"I'd like to say to everyone who is thinking of doing exchange that you should go for it, you won't regret it," he said in the note a the bottom of the Youtube video. 

"I want to thank all the people in Australia, my guest family, my friends and my school for making this time so memorable for me". 

Check it out below. 




Topics:  caloundra exchange outdoor-living sunshine coast travel

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