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Caloundra's Top Places To Hangout – The Coolest Spots

Caloundra offers a relaxed atmosphere complete with cliffs, historic places and beaches to run around in. Here are the coolest places you should visit.

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Get tanned

Caloundra has its fair share of popular beaches that will make you want to sunbathe all day, perfecting that summer tan. Bulcock Beach is famous for its convenient and urban location while also being super clean with soft powdery sands and calm waters that are ideal for leisurely swimming and simply wading in. The calm waters also make it ideal to bring the entire family down here – especially those with smaller kids. Kings Beach is located in close proximity to many Caloundra hotels and family resorts such as Oaks Oasis. Kings Beach is patrolled and with kids playgrounds in the area the beach is family friendly. Dicky Beach is ideal if you want to spend the day with your furry four legged kids! Quite popular with tourists, the beach has a scenic boardwalk making it ideal for a relaxed evening stroll and a great place to watch the sunset from.

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Caloundra Street Fair

Are you looking to indulge in some retail therapy while in Caloundra? This street fair is a cool place to spend some time if you're looking to hang out with your friends after a day at the beach. The street fair operates every Sunday featuring a variety of stalls selling local crafts and produce including fruits and vegetables. There are also many street food outlets here where you can satisfy every craving, whether it's donuts or international cuisine. You will also be able to shop for things like clothes, flowers, jewellery items and if you're heading down here with the fam-bam, there are face painting activities for the kids and live music performances for the adults.

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Queensland Air Museum

Love aircrafts? Spend the day at the Queensland Air Museum in Caloundra which features one of the best displays of military and civilian aircrafts. You'll find a range of aircrafts from planes to helicopters. You can even climb in to some of these displayed aircrafts, which makes it's a great experience for kids as well as the grownups! The entrance fee is a mere $10 and this is invested in the care and maintenance of the facility.

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Caloundra Regional Art Gallery

There's nothing like spending the day at an art gallery for the best chance to explore local talent. The Caloundra Regional Art Gallery features an amazing collection of contemporary art works focusing on various styles and topics. The gallery is run by volunteers and will be more than willing to give you information about the art work, including their interpretation of the air ptiece. With a gift shop located in the gallery, you can browse though and look for quaint memorabilia or books to take back with you.

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River Cruise

There are a number of river cruise options which you could hop on, while enjoying a feast of meals as your boat sails through the glistening waters of the Moreton Bay Marine Park. You can also take in the breathtaking sceneries of the local flora and fauna during your cruise. It has been noted that Moreton Bay Marine Park attracts around 300 species of birds!

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