Relax and Unwind on the Sunshine Coast
- Sunset cruise along the Pumistone Passage
- Day at the races at the Sunshine Coast Turf Club
- Beauty therapy
- Fishing off the Boardwalk, Beach, or Rocks
- Relax by the pool and spa
- Wine and dine on the balcony
- Hire a boat or Jet Ski
- Tandem Sky Dive
- Catch a wave
- Read a book
- Play board games
- Watch some sport or a movie
- Catch up on some good old conversation
The Sunshine Coast is also a mecca for Festivals and Events including
- Food and wine
- Music and fashion
Ask at reception and let us help make the most of your stay. Or visit:
Action and Adventure on the Sunshine Coast
- Surf lessons
- Ocean or river fishing trips
- Stand up paddle board lessons
- Noosa River Everglades kayaking
- Scenic joy flights – open-cockpit scenic or aerobatics
- Bike hire and bike tours
- Kite surfing lessons
- Big kart track racing
- Catamaran sailing lessons
- A Whale watching or dolphin spotting cruise – between June and
- Hinterland exploration day trip – self drive or guided tours
- Sky diving
- Jet skiing guided ocean tour through the stunning Laguna Bay
- Australia Zoo – Wildlife Warriors show at the world famous Crocoseum!”
- Sea Life Sunshine Coast Aquarium
- Horse riding on the beach or around Lake Weyba
- High speed ocean tours
- A Day trip to the world’s largest sand island – Fraser Island
Top 5 Things To Do in Caloundra
1. The Beach
Bulcock Beach is a stunning section of beach just a short 100m stroll away. It is popular for weddings, gathering with friends or families who have young children, as there’s often warm paddling pools on the sand to splash in at low tide. The boardwalk spans most of the coastline here, in full view of the sparkling blue waters that lead into the Pumicestone Passage.
2. Queensland Air Museum
Queensland Air Museum acquires, restores and maintains a collection of 75+ historically significant aircraft and related aviation displays at a 2 hectare site opposite the Caloundra Airport on the beautiful Sunshine Coast. The display has gown from just one aircraft in 1973, a Canberra Bomber to now more than 75 aircraft including a F-111, Mirage Jet, Australia’s oldest DC-3.
3. Market shopping
Caloundra Street Fair (Sundays 8 am to 1 pm) is held under the canopy of the tree-lined main street, surrounded by cafés, boutiques and speciality shops. There are more than 200 stalls to explore, featuring handcrafted goods, arts and crafts, as well as delicious food and fresh flowers.
The Caloundra Twilight Markets operate Friday evenings during holiday periods along Bulcock Beach esplanade. This charming market is brimming with artisan, craft and homemade wares so there are some truly unique products to browse and inspirational gift ideas to discover.
4. Sunshine Coast Turf Club
The Sunshine Coast Turf Club is located at the southern end of the beautiful Sunshine Coast. Just minutes from Caloundra CBD, the SCTC represents a great day out for the whole family. There is Free entry for children under 18 years of age. This all weather racing facility has plenty of undercover areas for patrons, and plenty of room for the children to play.
5. Caloundra Coastal Walk
Soak up the beauty of the Caloundra region by taking the scenic coastal walk. Take on the entire 25 km stretch that starts from Golden Beach in the south, or enjoy strolling along sections of the walk at a leisurely pace. Keep an eye out for birdlife and dolphins in Pumicestone Passage, check out the historical Military Jetty used for operations during World War II, as well as the heritage listed Kings Beach Bathing Pavilion – and have your camera ready to capture those stellar ocean views.