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Caloundra

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Caloundra is at the southern end of the Sunshine Coast. Check out Dicky and Kings Beach and the more sheltered Bulcock and Golden Beaches. Fishing and boating is easy in Pumicestone Passage protected by Bribie Island. Caloundra has a full range of accommodation options and is popular with families.

Caloundra

Caloundra is at the southern end of the Sunshine Coast one hour’s drive from Brisbane. It is the second largest shire in the Sunshine Coast area with a fast growing population.

Caloundra has 10 excellent patrolled beaches, some rainforest areas and a number of national parks. Inland from the city are the popular attractions of Australia Zoo, Aussie World, Ettamogah Pub, Big Kart Track and the Glass House Mountains. Captain James Cook named the Glass House Mountains in 1770 and Matthew Flinders was one of the early visitors and climbed Mt Beerwah in 1799.

Caloundra

The drive from Caloundra to Noosa at the northern end of the Sunshine Coast takes about one hour along the Sunshine Motorway. The Sunshine Coast airport is 35 minutes drive north. Caloundra has a full range of accommodation and is a very pleasant place to stay if visiting the Sunshine Coast.

View the waterways of Caloundra on one of the Caloundra Cruises.

 
 
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