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Caloundra has more than 30 kilometres of beaches, stretching from Bribie Island in the south through to Kawana in the north. The beautiful Pumicestone Passage is an added attraction and a haven for lovers of all water sports. Certainly a top spot for fishing, it also harbours two of the most popular beaches on the Coast - Bulcock and Golden Beaches. For the surfers, Kings, Dicky and Kawana beaches are the spots to hit when you want to catch the waves. For a relaxing stroll, try areas such as Shelly Beach, Moffat Beach or Lake Currimundi.
Caloundra is also the gateway to both the stunning beauty of the Blackall Range, and the spectacular Glass House Mountains, which guard the southern approach to the Sunshine Coast and provide an impressive salute to motorists.
For unsurpassed views visit Mary Cairncross Park. near Maleny at the southern end of the Blackall Ranges and take in the Glass House Mountains with an uninterrupted panorama of the blue Pacific all the way to Moreton Island and the skyline of Brisbane.