The Best Beaches in Caloundra
The best Caloundra Beaches – Caloundra is known for the laid back lifestyle, stunning tropical hinterlands and beautiful beaches with golden sand and crisp blue waters. Caloundra is a 2 hour drive from Brisbane and is home to some of the best beaches in Queensland. The Sunshine Coast is a 100km stretch of sand, reaching from Caloundra in the South right up to the Cooloola Coast.
Caloundra Holiday Centre manages holiday homes in all the beachside suburbs of the Sunshine Coast including Moffat Beach, Kings Beach, Bulcock Beach, Shelly Beach, Golden Beach and Dicky Beach. This allows you to be close to the action and stunning beaches and often just a stones throw away (5 minute walk).
Freecall 1800 817 346
Phone (+61) 07 5491 5444
Moffat Beach – Caloundra
Moffat Beach is a great surfing beach and has always attracted the surfers. Moffat Beach isnt a patrolled beach so if you have younger kids it may be advisable to look at going to one of the oter stunning beaches in Caloundra. Moffat Beach has a vibrant strip of alfresco cafes and restaurants, excellent accommodation from Caloundra Holiday Centre and the famous surf break.
Kings Beach Caloundra
Kings Beach has been voted the eighteenth best beach in all of Australia on Trip Adviser and Australia’s number one beach by Surf Lifesaving Queensland – we will lead from the top with the king of beaches – Kings Beach. Kings Beach has a beautiful promenade with sweeping beach views, cafes, restaurants, boutique shops and resorts all providing the ingredients for a premier tourist destination. The flying fox playground, interactive water features, salt water pool, rock pools and plenty of open space will allow for hours of fun for the whole family.
Bulcock Beach Caloundra
Bulcock Beach has great playgrounds. There is a wooden pirate ship and castle that sit within the grassy parkland bordering the beach.
The water conditions are calm and the beach is patrolled, with the chance for young kids to splash about in the paddling pools that form at low tide. The energetic are also in luck; a beginner’s surf break sits nearby at Happy Valley.
Golden Beach on Pumicestone Passage is ideal for safe swimming, windsurfing, boating, canoeing and fishing. There is a Military Jetty here that was once used for military operations back in World War II and take walk through the Costigan Mangrove Boardwalk.
You can hire a boat, a standup paddleboard or kayak to get out on the water, and there are even bikes available to rent. The coastal path winds its way to central Caloundra, passing shady barbecue areas close to playgrounds that will keep the children occupied for hours.
Shelly Beach is a small secluded beach that is great for walking, exploring rock pools and picnics. This beautiful stretch of oceanfront is unpatrolled and not suitable for swimming meaning you’ll rarely see a crowd on the shore.
Shelly Beach is renowned for its ankle-deep rock pools that abound with marine life and the nearby park with undercover tables making it the ideal spot for a beachside picnic.
Dicky Beach is great for swimming, surfing and beach fishing, and is patrolled by the Dicky Beach Surf Lifesaving Club. In 1893 the SS Dicky was forced ashore during heavy seas and its iron skeleton remained for many years – giving the beach its name. The shipwreck has been removed but there’s still plenty to see and do. A playground will keep the kids entertained while the big kids will love the skate park.
Take Advantage of the Best Caloundra Beaches with Holiday Accommodation at Caloundra Holiday Centre
If you are looking to stay at some of the best beaches the Sunshine Coast has to offer, look no further than Caloundra Holiday Centre. Caloundra have the largest range of holiday rentals on the Sunshine Coast and has been assisting holidaymakers find their perfect Sunshine Coast getaway for over 35 years. With family friendly prices and such a fantastic range of holiday units and houses, even a few that are pet friendly, we’re sure to have a property that will be just right for you.
Our accommodation is fully self-contained apart from your linen, which you can provide yourself or hire locally.
Address:Caloundra Holiday Centre
78 Bulcock Street
Caloundra, QLD 4551
Phone:+61 (07) 5491 5444
Freecall:1800 817 346
Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Saturdays: 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Normally closed on Public Holidays