The superb white sandy beaches of Caloundra are shown at their finest by these spectacular aerial photographs. Caloundra has several beaches, each renowned for their own special qualities. Add to Description →
Visitors with families love to holiday at Bulcock Beach, a calm water beach in the Pumicestone Passage which separates the mainland from Bribie Island and its National Park. It is also close to the Caloundra Bar and offers deep water activities such as windsurfing.
Further along the Pumicestone Channel, Golden Beach has safe swimming, water skiing and boat hire, with some of the best fishing in the area. These aerial photographs clearly show the turquoise waters of the Pacific Ocean, with the fabulous sand bars of the Pumicestone Channel
Shelly Beach is, as its name implies, mainly shell grit and attracts the avid surfer, as does Moffat Beach. For family surfing, visit Kings Beach and enjoy a family barbecue on the grass at the end of a long relaxing day in the clear waters.
Visitors to Caloundra line Bulcock Esplanade to see the sunset over the unique Glasshouse Mountains, the remnants of volcanoes from long ago. Spend a Saturday at the local horse races, play a round of golf with the kangaroos, enjoy water sports, or lounge with the local parrots at sunset at Bulcock Beach. Take pleasure from selecting your accommodation right on one of these wonderful beaches and enjoy the spectacular views from your balcony.