Everyone has a favourite beach here. Which is yours? Rumour has it, one local lady has breakfast at a different beach every day! It’s that sort of place. Moffat Beach is the alfresco dining hub of Caloundra. When you want to look windswept & interesting, take a walk along Shelly Beach. With a playground & skate park, Dicky Beach is also excellent for swimming, surfing & fishing. Kings Beach is very popular for swimming, surfing & bodyboarding with so many facilities close by.
Follow the boardwalk to shimmering Bulcock Beach, safe for all water activities & closest to the CBD. Both Golden Beach & Pumicestone Passage are sheltered by the tip of Bribie Island, lovely & calm, safe for swimming, fishing, boating, windsurfing & kite surfing. In Caloundra City, there’s so many beaches to choose from…every day’s a beach day!
Below is a guide to even more Sunshine Coast beaches—from just north of Caloundra, all the way to Noosa. The best way to enjoy our beaches safely is to always swim in patrolled areas & when uncertain of swimming conditions, ask a lifesaver or lifeguard. This is especially important for our international visitors who are not familiar with our beaches.
Play it safe — ALWAYS SWIM BETWEEN THE FLAGS!