Caloundra, The Sunshine Coast

Bulcock Beach Caloundra

About Caloundra

The Southern Gateway (Caloundra Map) to the Sunshine Coast, Caloundra Shire is quite large and contains many beautiful areas. These include (South to North), Pumistone Passage, Golden Beach, Kings Beach, Shelley Beach, Dicky Beach, Currimundi along the coastline. Caloundra hinterland includes Maleny, Landsborough, Mooloola, Beerburrum, Glasshouse Mountains and other beautiful inland destinations.

A must visit Caloundra is both quiet and very well planned. make the most of your holiday to the Sunshine Coast and be sure to check out the best Caloundra Shire has to offer

Basic Overview of Caloundra

Population: 89,000
Postcode: 4551
Area: 1107 kmĀ² (427.4 sq mi)
Location: 90 km (56 mi) from Brisbane
LGA: Sunshine Coast Regional Council

Caloundra is located at southern-most area on the Sunshine Coast in South East Queensland, Australia. It is approximately a 65 minute drive north of Brisbane CBD, and 50 minutes from the Domestic and International air terminals at Brisbane Airport. Sunshine Coast Airport is located furthur North about 35 minutes and offers flights from all major Australian Capital cities. Caloundra is also accessible from Landsborough Railway Station, Caloundra Bus Station and frequent transit busses run from Brisbane Airport.

Caloundra's Beaches

A popular family desination, Caloudra is quite a large community with a scatering of beaches sprawling across the coastline. Caloundra has a great variety of beaches, any beach-goer can find a calm sandy bay in almost any weather.

A vibrant tourist-oriented community that offers the best of both worlds with a stunning coastline and lush hinterland nearby.

On a clear day, you can see the sand hills on Moreton Island, about 20 km away, looking East out to sea.

Caloundra's Urban Areas

Caloundra's Hinterland