111 Bulcock Street, CAloundra, AU
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Where Currimundi Lake enters the Ocean
Travel Tips for Caloundra
Very rarely cold!
Very hot in summer so bring cool clothes. Even in Winter jeans and a jumper are as tough as you need to go. We have walked in the ocean in June and July - probably not everyone's cup of tea at that time of the year though. Lots of suncream if you are outside and a big hat but that said you can buy that stuff everywhere and as cheap or expensive as you want.
When Miss Sunshine kisses the Sun on the Sunny
"Beaches, beaches and beaches..."
If you wanna get away from the crowds of tourists while kissing with the sun on white fine sand, the Sunshine Coast will the place for you.
The Sunshine Coast (or the Sunny) is situated in the north of Brisbane. Depending on which part of the coast you're visiting and which part of Brisbane you're from, normally you'll need about 1.5-3 hours to drive up there.
Probably it's less easily accessible than the Goldie (Gold Coast), there are not many tourists here. At least the Esplanade along King's Beach and Bulcock Beach was always free from traffic jam during my visit.
The beaches are equipped with showers (both outdoor and indoor) which definitely increase their attractiveness to the beach lovers.
So next time when you're planning your day-trip out of Brissie, remember to head NORTH. Sunshine Coast is the place you can't miss out!
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