Kings Beach is the unofficial ‘holiday heart’ of Caloundra. It has a large patrolled surf beach and a spectacular coastline boardwalk connecting it to Bulcock Beach with plenty of parks and cafes to stop at along the way. There is also a water fountain for the kids to play in, rock pools to explore, and an oceanfront saltwater swimming pool.
Bulcock Beach is positioned in the heart of the Caloundra CBD offering crystal clear waters and beautiful white sand. It is located right on the Pumicestone Passage and is a favourite for wind surfers, kite surfers and those seeking calm waters. The waterfront boardwalk is the perfect spot to sit and watch the surf roll in whilst enjoying fish and chips, or dine at one of the many restaurants/cafes along the esplanade. There is also the pirate ship playground for the kids to play.
Located at the southern end of Caloundra, Golden Beach is a quiet, sheltered sanctuary behind Bribie Island, fronting directly onto the Pumicestone Passage. This area is a haven for fishing, boating, wind surfing and for those who enjoy swimming in calm waters. It boasts numerous jetties, hire shops, parks, and BBQ and picnic facilities.
Dicky Beach is the perfect family holiday destination with a patrolled surf beach, skate park and vibrant cafe strip. The endless white beach stretches up to Currimundi, where you have the choice of the enjoying the surf or calm waters of the lake.
Shelly Beach/Moffat Beach
This area is unpatrolled (Dicky Beach Surf Life Saving Club sends travelling patrols in peak periods), however it is popular with surfers and longboard riders. The town of Moffat Beach offers a village atmosphere with many beachside cafes with amazing views. Shelly Beach is only a short stroll from Moffat Beach with numerous rock pools to explore along the way.