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7 Coolest Things to do in Caloundra- The Sunshine Coast Awaits

Tan lines and your blissful tropical glow are none but indicators of an extravagant vacation featuring cherished memories! A typical tropical beach vacation is a timeless experience that refuses to be outgrown and we could not be more pleased with destinations such as Caloundra making their debut!

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The Caloundra Coastal Walk

In total the Caloundra Coastal Walk sums up to a staggering 25 km hike, originating from the Golden Beach in the South and is a haven for those looking for a leisurely stroll along the trek or even sections of it should you chose to. You will constantly be accompanied by the views of the intriguing wildlife and dolphins playfully popping back and forth in the soothing blue sea. Get a taste of the historical military jetty operational in the World War II or even the Kings Beach Bathing Pavilion for some truly magnificent views. This locality has a range of interesting accommodation options such as the Caloundra Resorts, a resounding name in the Caloundra's hospitality subject, attached to the Oaks Oasis Resort brand.

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Jetski around Pumicestone Passage

The Pumicestone Passage is a roughly 35km stretch of pristine water channel spread between Caloundra in the North and Deception Bay in the South. The mangrove-lined waterways leading to the marine park is home to many illustrious species of wildlife such as dolphins, dugongs, turtles and more than 360 species of various birds. A waterproof camera would be well-worth an artifact in this venture as the blooming life of this aquatic paradise is simply too stunning to not be captured. Make sure to book your Jet ski tours ahead of time to guarantee the thrill of some adventure in the waters with the chance of some incredible views in between.

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Enjoy some fish and chips at Bulcock Beach

Treat yourself to your hearts content with a flattering fish and chips plate from a food bar across the street and settle in for a magnificent view of the Bulcock Beach front. It's not something that you will ever let slip your mind.

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Cruise around Caloundra's Waterways

While visiting, do not forget on board one of the famous Caloundra Cruises to witness the serene views of the beautiful location that Moreton and Bribie Islands are. Whether you chose to go on an eco-cruise to discover the intricate bird and marine life of the Pumicestone Passage Marine Park or you chose to watch another sundowner behind in the backdrop of the Glass House Mountains, at the end of the day it will be time well spent.

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Admire Cool Street Art

Be inspired by the colorful murals around the streets of Caloundra showcasing the cultural and historical reminiscence of the community. Some of the common murals surrounding these sites are of iconic locations, activities and event events that are known to the locale.

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Browse the Street Markets

Personally, we feel like the easiest way to get a glimpse of the aesthetic of any country is by engaging in street markets which stand to portray a communities culture, artisan work and their authenticity in general. Complete with delicious local produce, quintessential eateries cooking up delicacies of their cuisine, fresh flowers, handicrafts and even artisan homeware produced by the locals are few among the many things that await you at the famous street markets.

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SUP or Kayak on the Waterways of Pumicestone

Caloundra's tranquil waterways are brilliant for all types of watercrafts and you can often see SUPs and Kayakers slithering across the Currimundi Lake or even the Tooway creek. If you are a pro and prefer to be using your on equipment you could chose to do so but otherwise you can opt to hire from the many vendors who have set shop in the area.

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