The Caloundra Beaches
There are many terrific beaches to visit along the area of the pumice stone passage and Bribie Island.
Golden Beach: A sheltered beach protected by the pumice stone passage.
Bulcock Beach: Is know for it's fishing spots
Kings Beach: Good Surfing and popular with families
Shelley Beach: Great for walking
Moffat Beach: Awesome views of the area
Dicky Beach: Very popular beach. There is a ship wreck on its shores
Currimundi Beach: Has a lake inside the park. Good surfing as well.
Wurtulla Beach: Long, unpatrolled beach
Kawana Beach: Excellent surf and views
All of these beaches offer something for everyone.
Caloundra On the Sunshine Coast
"Hot Golden Light"
My husband took this picture of me while I was standing on the balcony in the morning light which was truly a golden moment. The photo really does not do it justice.
"One if by land, Two if by sea"
Sunrise Sunset, quickly flow the days. That is a perfect way to describe our trip to Caloundra. The sunrises and sunsets are spectacular and I wish for all who long to go to this place, have the opportunity to exeperience it at least once.
Go in the "off" season as it is quieter, cooler, and the rates drop as well.
"Pretty Poolside Landscaping"
I liked the pool at the WorldMark Golden Beach, unfortunately we did not use it much as there was a family with two ill-behaved children and their parents were so blase' about it. Two families did complain to the management, but these people did nothing to curb there little darlings impertinent behavior (Like father, like son, eh?)
No worries though, we had a beautiful jacuzzi tub in our room and we used that instead.
"Luxury Water Front Apartments"
We were walking along Bulcock Street and I saw the dilapidated building with this big banner sign proclaiming "Luxury Water Front Apartments". By the looks of this building it has seen better days!
CLick on the picture to see the state of disrepair this exterior wall is in.
This was the strangest tree I think I have ever seen. It is putting down roots. I do not know the name of the tree so if anyone out there knows please let me know. It looks like a Banyan Tree.
Hot, tasty Dutch pancakes! Try maple or strawberry syrup or try then the way I like to eat them: butter, Lemon juice and powedered sugar!! Oooooo what a taste sensation!