Caloundra Attractions

Located to the North of the township of Caloundra, Dicky Beach is a popular beach with locals and tourist alike. It is one of the only recreational beaches in the world to be named after a ship wreck;...
The remarkable Glass House Mountains are a series of steep-sided volcanic plugs which dominate the landscape of the Sunshine Coast hinterland. Craggy volcanic peaks tower above pine plantations, eucal...
Due south of Caloundra is separated from the mainland by the sheltered water of Pumicestone Passage which is a favourite haunt for fishermen. (see also Bribie Island).
Queensland Air Museum is located at the Caloundra Airport.
Caloundra Golf Course opened in 1951 and prides itself on its course and the friendly atmosphere that prevails.