The "Land Between Two Waters."

Named after the shíshálh, the first Indigenous peoples to inhabit the area, this bustling village has always valued community, culture, and connection.

With a population of only over 10,000 residents, Sechelt will inspire you to live life the way you’ve always planned. It’s rich in artistic history and home to the Sunshine Coast Festival Of The Written Arts – Canada’s longest-running summer gathering of Canadian writers and readers. From Cowrie Street’s quaint shops to the sandbars of Davis Bay, our community welcomes you to your new home.

Town Map

See colourful culture come alive at community festivals or one of the many galleries that dot the streets. Sample fabulous and fresh cuisine at a nearby bistro, or bask in the salt air on the patio of a neighbourhood coffee shop with other locals – those lucky enough to call this place home.

Community + Amenities

  1. Sechelt Hospital
  2. Sechelt Fire Hall
  3. Sechelt Aquatic Centre
  4. Sechelt Farmers Market
  5. Harbour Air & Sunshine Coast Air Seaplanes
  6. Chatelech Secondary School
  7. Trail Bay Mall
  8. The Lighthouse Pub
  9. Tsain-Ko Shopping Centre
  10. Raven’s Cry Movie Theatre
  11. Sechelt Seniors Centre

Parks + Recreation

  1. Silverstone Waterfront Park
  2. Blue Ocean Golf Course
  3. Sunshine Coast Arena
  4. Sechelt Seawall and Pier
  5. Kayak Launch at Sechelt Inlet
  6. David Bay Pier
  7. Sunshine Coast Botanical Gardens
  8. Outdoor Volleyball Sand Courts
  9. Hackett Park / Tennis Courts

Nestled between Sechelt Inlet and the Strait of Georgia, Sechelt is a laid-back, vibrant coastal community, full of artists, cideries, farmstands and people just like you – those looking for a better life amidst the warm beaches majestic mountainsides of BC’s Sunshine Coast. Our numerous local beaches, trails, and parks are just waiting to be explored.