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About Caloundra


Caloundra is the southernmost community on the Sunshine Coast in South East QueenslandAustralia, located 90 kilometres (55.9 mi) n orth of Brisbane CBD. Caloundra is accessible from Landsborough Railway Station and the Caloundra bus station  (  Caloundra station  ).


In 1875, Robert Bulcock, an English immigrant who founded a Brisbane newspaper and later represented the Brisbane suburb of Enoggera in the Legislative Assembly of Queensland from 1885 until 1888, bought 277 acres (1.12 km2) of land in the region.  A town was surveyed in the 1870s, and land sales commenced in 1883. With its proximity to beaches, the area became popular with tourists and a number of hotels and guest houses were set up to accommodate them.

In 1917, Bulcock's, Robert Bulcock Jr, who was a councillor in the Shire of Landsborough, subdivided part of the land into 404 lots. This area became known as Bulcock Beach. By 1933, Caloundra had a population of 271.

During World War II, the area became key to Australian defence due to defensive positions along the beaches. Radar stations and machine gun pits were mounted, and Australian and US armed forces came to the area. From the early 1950s onwards, Caloundra experienced a boom in development and population, and by 1968, it had come to dominate the Shire of Landsborough so completely that the council chambers were relocated to Caloundra.


Caloundra in the 1930s, 1950s and 1960s


Panoramic view
 of Caloundra


Caloundra has a variety of beaches, providing amenity to the local residents and tourists. 

Golden Beach  __   is protected by Bribie Island to the east, and is used for swimming, windsurfing, boating and fishing. At low tide, Golden Beach and Bribie Island are relatively close.

Bulcock Beach  __   which is a still water beach, has board-walks, piers and numerous restaurants, and is situated opposite the northern end of Bribie Island. The Des Dywer walking track is an oceanway that starts at Bulcock beach and follows the coastline on cliffs and boardwalks. The walking track ends at Moffat Beach north-east of Bulcock, and is about a one-hour walk. Bulcock Beach is patrolled by volunteer lifesavers from 
Ithaca - Caloundra City Life Saving Club Inc

Kings Beach  __  named for Allan King who ran a guest house in the area in 1888, is the main beach of Caloundra. Kings is patrolled all year round by Metropolitan Caloundra Surf Life Saving Club and has a picnic and children's play area. Kings Beach also has a swimming pool which, whilst built to be separate from the ocean, is fed directly from seawater.


Apartments along King's Beach

Shelly Beach  __  is not a swimming beach, with the danger of wild rough waves and rocks. However, the northern and southern ends are safer for more advanced or supervised swimmers. Locals often find these places appropriate as, not only is it remote from the crowds of the adjacent King's beach, but local council laws allow dogs on the sand. On low tide, shells and rock pools can be found along the beach. Shelly is surrounded by residential housing with a maximum of five storeys.


Bullcock Beach, Pumistone Passage and the Northern tip of Bribie Island

Moffat Beach  __  is not a patrolled beach, but Dicky Beach, located one kilometre north, has a surf lifesaving club and is patrolled year-round. Moffat Beach is surrounded by residential housing, cafes, a post office, a newsagent, parkland and apartments.

The surf beaches are Kings Beach and Dicky Beach which commence at the eastern end of Bulcock Beach, namely :

-->>  Happy Valley (full east/south-east exposure)- Officially Happy Valley is part of and shown on maps as Bulcock Beach 

-->>   Kings Beach

-->>   Shelly Beach

-->>   Moffat Beach

-->>   Dicky Beach

On Caloundra's outskirts is Ettamogah Pub, located at the Glenview turnoff on the Bruce Highway.


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