Discover your Caloundra accommodation
Rolling Surf Resort
- Bottle of Sparkling Wine
- 2 Bedroom Spa Apartment
- Kayak, SUP & Surf Lesson Discounts
- MyDQ Card Save up to 50% off Dining, Attractions & more!
$599Valued at $1,359
Oaks Sunshine Coast Oasis Resort
$169 pnValued at $220
ULTIQA Shearwater Resort
From $210 pn
Ramada Resort by Wyndham Golden Beach
From $157 pn
Pelican Waters Resort
From $154 pn
BreakFree Grand Pacific
Rumba Beach Resort
From $215 pn
Portobello by the Sea
From $181 pn
Caloundra accommodation is a chameleon, available in every style to suit your needs. You’ll find amazing family friendly resorts with their own water parks, 5-star luxury on the waterfront, spacious apartments, and beach front hotels.
One of the highlights of the region is the variety of beaches; Dicky Beach, Kings Beach, Shelly Beach, Golden Beach, Moffat Beach, and Bulcock Beaches each have their own unique allure but golden sand, blue waters, and smiling faces are guaranteed.
The Headland Walkway is a great stroll from Moffat Beach to Kings Beach that’s suitable for kids bikes, scooters, and skates. You’ll pass the beaches, views of the Glass House Mountains, the ANZAC memorial, and if you’re lucky wildlife sightings!
Pumicestone Passage is a fantastic fishing spot as passage separating Bribie Island from the mainland is said to be littered with sea life. Currimundi Lake is another superb fishing hole that also doubles as a great patrolled swimming beach.
For Caloundra accommodation that suits your taste and budget, speak to the holiday experts at Discover Queensland on 1300 788 553 and book your next Sunshine Coast getaway!
Set on the Sunshine Coast’s southern tip, Caloundra weather is beautifully temperate year round making it a family favourite for beach holidays.
Caloundra’s weather paired with the stunning array of seven different beaches each offering its own unique qualities makes the destination desirably among locals, interstate visitors as well as a host of loyal international holiday makers.
Summers offer sunny days paired with warm nights both of which are perfect for water fun, while winter naturally cools down it enjoys little to no rain and remains temperate enough to enjoy water sports, fishing, and swimming.View Weather