DiDi Sunshine Coast: Rates, airport pick-up zones and how to get $20 off

Save on your next ride with these DiDi options in the Sunshine Coast.

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Find out how to get around the Sunshine Coast using popular new rideshare service, DiDi, with this guide.

DiDi fares, Sunshine Coast Airport pick-up tips and how to snag some extra discounts on your next trip are all included, along with some answers to frequently asked questions to help if you're travelling with young children or pets.

Current DiDi promo codes in the Sunshine Coast

How do I get started with DiDi?

DiDi pick-up zones at Sunshine Coast Airport

You can catch a ride with DiDi by following the signs to the rideshare pick-up area outside the main terminal.

An airport surcharge of $2.42 currently applies for pick-ups at Sunshine Coast Airport and getting a ride is as simple as requesting one as you would usually.

DiDi rates in the Sunshine Coast

DiDi Express provides rides for four or fewer people and can get you as far north as Noosa and as far south as Caloundra or Beerwah.

Your ride fare is calculated based on a series of fees, including base fee, booking fee and a charge per minute and per kilometre. Toll fees will also be added on your trip if required. A minimum fee applies on short trips.

For an idea of cost, a DiDi Express ride from Sunshine Coast Airport to Cotton Tree Beach is estimated to cost $22.60.

DiDi Express ride fares on Sunshine Coast


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