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As the winter playground of the Sunshine Coast, there is never a bad time to visit sunny Caloundra. If you love nature, great tasting food, boating, fishing, surfing and waterskiing than Caloundra is the destination for you. The city gives visitors easy access to Brisbane, the renowned Bribie Island as well as many other fantastic beaches along the coast. If you'd like to read more about things you can do on the Sunshine Coast, or share some travel tips of your own, click here.
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Caloundra Waterfront Holiday Park is children friendly and has barbecue facilities, a boat ramp, camp kitchen, car parking spaces, communal shower, cots, gardens, high chair, wireless Internet access, iron, laundry, outdoor furniture and outdoor swimming pool. Powered sites, cabins and villas are available on site. Find the holiday park at 44 Maloja Avenue in Caloundra, close to the town's beaches, parks and shops.
Dicky Beach Family Holiday Park is situated at 1 Beerburrum Street in Caloundra. It faces the beach and is also not too far from the heart of the town. It offers unpowered sites, powered beach sites; powered sites and self contained units. Its campsite facilities include a barbecue area, camp kitchen, car parking spaces, equipment hire, recreation room, kiosk, outdoor furniture, ice, iron, satellite television, playground, pets, public telephone, shop, tour desk, outdoor swimming pool and full size tennis court.
Bulcock Street Markets face the beach and take place every Sunday from 8am until 1pm. Having breakfast under the trees in Bulcock Street and shopping for local fresh produce, arts, food and crafts at the street market is a popular activity for both tourists and locals.
Caloundra Coastal Walk stretches 25 kilometers across Caloundra. See some of the most picturesque shoreline in Queensland, many popular Sunshine Coast beaches and historical sites like the World War II Military Jetty and the wreck of SS Dicky. The path is open 24/7 and is child and pet friendly.
Caloundra Country Markets are located at Arthur Street. The market takes place every Sunday from 7am until 12pm at Centre Park. The Dicky Beach Surf Life Saving Club manages the markets which caters to children, pets and guests with a disability. It offers a bicycle rack, cafe, car parking spaces, wheelchair access, picnic area, shaded area, walking tracks, visitor information centre, public toilet, disabled toilet facilities and child activities.
Caloundra Regional Art Gallery lies within the 1970 building at Felicity House. The gallery homes a wide range of locally made visual artworks and aims to preserve the region's civic and cultural heritage. The gallery caters to guests with a disability and is open from 10am to 4pm from Wednesday to Sunday.
Skidaddle Indoor Play Centre is situated at 2 Sydal Street in Caloundra. The centre caters to children from zero to 12 years old with its clean and friendly environment. The venue has two large party rooms, an on-site cafe, play stations, fenced toddler area, ball pit, soft slide, wireless Internet access and the chance for parents to relax while having fun with their children.
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