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Caloundra Street Fair

Caloundra Street Fair

A hidden treasure on the Sunshine Coast, featuring 100 unique stalls, the Caloundra Street Fair has something for the whole family. Activities for kids, handcrafted locally made products and art, live entertainment and street theatre. Enjoy fresh local food and flowers, fresh juices, tasty breakfasts, coffee, lunch and delicious sweet treats. Set in beautiful downtown Caloundra the main street is surrounded by cafes, boutiques and specialty shops and only two blocks from beautiful Bulcock Beach. The Caloundra Street Fair is a 'must-do' event attracting Sunshine Coast locals and visitors.
Caloundra Regional Art Gallery

Caloundra Regional Art Gallery

Caloundra Regional Gallery presents a changing exhibition program featuring leading local and national artists. Professional curators and education staff develop and deliver a range of exhibitions and public programs exploring the unique culture and character of the Sunshine Coast. The Gallery is located in the converted 1970s former library building, Felicity House, Caloundra. The building is part of a civic and cultural precinct located in central Caloundra near the Caloundra Civic Cultural Centre, the Council Administration Building and the Caloundra City Library.
The Events Centre Caloundra

The Events Centre Caloundra

The Events Centre Caloundra is the Sunshine Coasts Regional Performance Venue and is one of the best facilities in regional Australia. Conveniently located just metres from the pristine beaches of Caloundra, the centre offers visitors a diverse mix of live entertainment experiences to suit all ages and across all genres of entertainment. From live concerts featuring popular accomplished musicians and bands through to contemporary drama, children's theatre and comedy shows. Be entertained and inspired at The Events Centre Caloundra
Water Cycling (cycling underwater)

Water Cycling (cycling underwater)

Water Cycling is a great way to enjoy the outdoor lifestyle of the Sunshine Coast and stay fit and healthy while on holidays. Cycling underwater in the pool combines the principles of classical cycling with healthy resistance and soothing low impact powers of water. During a Group session, you will be challenged, have fun, burn a LOT of calories and stay injury-free due to the wonders of working out in the water.
Friends of the Caloundra Lighthouses

Friends of the Caloundra Lighthouses

There are two lighthouses which have guided tours. Caloundra's European history is closely linked to the story of the lighthouses, and the two buildings provide evidence of the history of lighthouses from both ends of the time scale. The 1896 lighthouse was constructed with a timber frame and corrugated iron cladding, a construction type unique to Queensland lighthouses. It was replaced by the 1968 lighthouse. The two sat side by side until 1970 when the old lighthouse was relocated to Golden Beach. It remained there for 29 years. After the Signal Station was decommissioned in the 1990s, the 1896 lighthouse…
Kings Beach Beachfront Salt Water Pool

Kings Beach Beachfront Salt Water Pool

Caloundra’s AUD4 million tidal swimming pool on the stunning Kings Beach foreshore is equipped with shade sails, and has a free 25-metre sea-water lap pool, children’s swimming pool and wading area with disabled access. The pool is easy to access and plenty of parking is available. Bring your family along for a great day out.
Queensland Air Museum

Queensland Air Museum

Queensland Air Museum is Australia’s largest and most diverse historic aviation display. Located at Caloundra on the beautiful Sunshine Coast, the museum opens to the public every day of the year except for Christmas Day. Established in 1974 with a vision of “Preserving Australia’s Aviation heritage” the display includes almost 100 historically significant aircraft and many other aviation-related displays. Experienced aviators can often be located on-site to assist the visitor experience. As the QAM team says, “Learn about aviation history from someone who created it”. Group tours can be booked via the website and the facility is an ideal destination…
Dicky Beach

Dicky Beach

Dicky Beach is an unspoiled stretch of sun-drenched white sand, on Queensland's magnificent Sunshine Coast. The north-east facing beach is about two kilometres north of Caloundra and was named after the iron screw Steamship SS Dicky which was washed ashore in 1893 during a cyclone with a crew of 11 and 40 tonnes of sand. Attempts to relaunch it proved unsuccessful so it was used for local dances until someone knocked over a kerosene lamp and it was burnt out. There's so much to love about this beach. Between surfing or swimming in the waves and easy hours in the…
Currimundi Lake (Kathleen McArthur) Conservation Park

Currimundi Lake (Kathleen McArthur) Conservation Park

Currimundi Lake (Kathleen McArthur) Conservation Park is a small remnant of wallum heath that covered much of coastal southern Queensland. Thriving on Lake Currimundi’s northern shore, this type of coastal heathland is rich in plant species, which attract birds and insects seeking food and shelter. Enjoy short walks, wildflowers, coastal birds, and views of the ocean beach and Currimundi Lake. Wander down the track from Coongarra Esplanade through the park to the beach. After the first 130 metres of wheelchair-accessible track, pause at the lake lookout. Spot the spectacular yellow-spiked flower or knobbly seed pods of the wallum banksia. Walk…
Fort Bribie

Fort Bribie

Nestled on the sand of Ocean Beach rests the retired naval defence fortifications of WWII. This Heritage Listed site remains one of Bribie Islands most important tourist attractions, signifying evidence of war defence preparations. It also provides onlookers with a historical recollection of the arrangement of defence sites constructed during the 1940’s. The main installation of this fortification is located on the north-eastern part of Ocean Beach. Further up, near the northern part of Woorim Beach, rests the shell of the Fort Skirmish bunker. The site of Fort Bribie was built during WWII and became operational in the early months…
NightQuarter

NightQuarter

A festival every weekend. Street food eats, five stages of live entertainment, carnival rides, themed bars, major concerts, community festivals and family fun. An ever-evolving festival of flavour and sound in a shipping container playground. NightQuarter is an entertainment precinct and weekend destination that operates every weekend year-round in Kawana on the Sunshine Coast. Open regularly on Fridays and Saturday from 4 pm-10 pm for night markets with stallholders, family-friendly fun, live music, immersive performances, bars and carnival rides like dodgem cars. Open monthly on Sundays from 12 pm-7pm for sunny Sunday vibes, food, bars, vintage and designer markets, live…
Zero Latency Sunshine Coast

Zero Latency Sunshine Coast

Virtual Reality Gaming Arena - Immerse yourself in another world! Put on the VR headset, strap into the backpack, you and your friends are about to be transported into the virtual world, battling enemies, exploring mind-bending mystical worlds. Once in, you're free to move and explore as you please - comfortably and naturally, just like you do in the real world. You're completely untethered. There aren't any wires or walls to get in the way of your virtual-reality adventures. Want to plan a fun outing? Zero Latency VR Sunshine Coast is just the place for you! Group entertainment Up to…
Alleyoops Indoor Skatepark

Alleyoops Indoor Skatepark

Alleyoops Indoor Skatepark is a centrally located indoor skatepark on the Sunshine Coast. Catering to all riders of all abilities and ages with Half Pipes, Street, Foam pit, Cafe, Shop There will be timed sessions for all to enjoy. Skate, Scooters, in-lines, roller skates, BMX with conditions, are all welcome. Check their website for session times, including girls-only nights, over 21's.
Bould Move

Bould Move

Bould Move is one of the largest indoor bouldering (climbing) centres. Bouldering is rock climbing without the ropes and harnesses, allowing more convenience and independence. The bouldering walls are no higher than five metres and climbing height is dependent on how comfortable you feel. Under the bouldering walls is start of the art, safety compliant carpeted matting allowing a soft fall should it ever happen. Bould Move also has a cafe overlooking the bouldering walls offering food and your choice of espresso or filtered coffee served at the Brew Bar. You can eat and sip all with a very unique…
Big Boing Indoor Trampoline Park

Big Boing Indoor Trampoline Park

Fly through the Air! Rebound off the walls! Slam dunk like a Pro! Soar higher than ever! Over 50+ interconnected trampolines are FUN for the whole family. Toddler area with their own trampoline and foam pit. Challenge your friends on the Ninja course, practice your slam dunks, pull some aerial moves, dodge a ball or jump, jump “til you cant jump no more”! Chill in the air-con all year ’round and grab a cold drink from the cafe to fuel your fun! DON’T FORGET! We do events of ANY kind, there’s designated areas for the littles AND babies under 1…
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