Holiday Rentals Caloundra

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Caloundra Holiday Centre offers one of the largest portfolios of Holiday Rentals Caloundra. We have been assisting holidaymakers to find their perfect Sunshine Coast getaway for over 35 years.  With family-friendly prices and such a fantastic range of holiday rentals Caloundra, even a few that are pet-friendly, we’re sure to have a property that will be just right for you.

We have made it easy for you to find the perfect holiday rentals in Caloundra and the surrounding beachside suburbs throughout the Sunshine Coast. We have a large variety of properties on the holiday rental market, so we are sure to have a property that suits your needs.

Caloundra is an absolute aquatic paradise, surrounded by some of the most amazing beaches in the world, there are certainly many water activities to enjoy while on holiday. Some of the beachside suburbs surrounding Caloundra that we have holiday properties in include Golden Beach, Bulcock Beach, Shelly Beach, Moffat Beach, Dicky Beach, Currimindi and Kings Beach.

We have over 130 holiday rentals Caloundra, so choosing your perfect holiday home or apartment will be easy.

Narrow down your search criteria and location on our accommodation page and the selection of rentals will be shown to you.

Book Direct and Save! When you book directly on our website you will save money on accommodation that you can then spend on your holiday activities.

The Sunshine Coast is such a fantastic part of the world to book your holiday accommodation. Contact the team at Caloundra Holiday Centre, specialists in holiday rentals Caloundra.

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Phone (+61) 07 5491 5444

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Relax in an Aquatic Paradise – Holiday Rentals Caloundra

Caloundra is the perfect holiday destination if you enjoy the water and the beach. Caloundra extends north to Buddina and South to Bribie Island. There is a wide range of water activities such as kayaking, paddleboarding, windsurfing, fishing and jet skiing. For nature lovers, the Pumicestone Passage is an ideal spot to see a variety of migratory birds as well as dugongs and dolphins.

The best way to explore Caloundra and surrounding beaches is the Caloundra Coastal Walk. This walk takes in Golden Beach in the South to Mooloolaba Beach in the north. There are WWII sites along the way, as well as the heritage-listed Kings Beach Bathing Pavilion constructed in 1937.

Other major attractions in the area include Australia Zoo, Aussie World, The Ettamogah Pub, Big Kart Track and the Queensland Air Museum.

Caloundra Holiday Centre has the best range of holiday rentals Caloundra. Choose from 4 bedroom pet-friendly holiday homes on the beach, to fantastic holiday apartments in resort complexes. We have a holiday rental to suit everyone.

Get in touch with us for help on choosing the perfect holiday rental for your next Sunshine Coast holiday.

 

Best Time to Visit Caloundra

The subtropical climate and easy lifestyle of Caloundra make it easy to take a break here any time of the year, however, the best time of the year to holiday in Caloundra is August and September.

Daytime temperatures in August and September range from 19 to 20 degrees with sea temps around 22 degrees.

During the summer months, the daytime temps range from 25 to 26 degrees with an average sea temp of 26 degrees.

 

Pumicestone Passage

Pumicestone Passage is a 35 km channel of stunning water that stretches from the tip of Bribie Island near Caloundra in the North, to Deception Bay in the South.

The passage that is part of the Moreton Bay Marine Park, is a narrow, shallow estuary, made up of a system of tidal channels and sandbanks and is the perfect place to explore on a paddleboard, kayak, catamaran or jet ski.

These are stunning waterways where you can see dolphins playing around in the ocean as well as other marine life such as dugongs and turtles. It is also a fantastic location for fishing with tailor, bream, jewfish and prawns to be found within the waterways.

This passage is also home to around 24 species of migratory shorebirds and 11 species of resident native shorebirds.

Pumicestone is recognised as one of the most important bird and marine habitats on the East Coast of Australia.

 

Caloundra Coastal Walk

The Caloundra Coastal walk is a 25km stretch from Golden Beach in the south to Mooloolaba in the north. You can pick up the walk from various points along the way and certainly do not have to do the 25km stretch. The track takes you past some of the best beaches and estuaries along the coast and up the headlands for stunning coastal views.

The full walk takes around 4 hours but varies widely depending on your pace.

The Coastal walk starts at Golden Beach. A calm stretch of water protected from the ocean by Bribie Island. Following this walk takes you towards Bulcock Beach. Bulcock Beach is a popular spot for families and children, a coastal boardwalk follows the edge of the stunning blue waters.

The Caloundra Coastal walk is an absolute must-do when staying on the Sunshine Coast.

We have holiday rentals right along the Caloundra Coastal Walk, so you are sure to make the most of this stunning area.

Book your Next Break with Holiday Rentals Caloundra

If Caloundra is on the list for your next family holiday or weekend escape, look no further than Caloundra Holiday Centre. We have the best range of holiday rentals Caloundra and have a rental property to suit everyone.

From studio apartments to penthouse apartments, 2 bedroom holiday homes to 4 or 5 bedroom holiday homes, pet-friendly, kid-friendly, rentals with alfresco dining and swimming pools, we have it all.

Contact the team at Caloundra Holiday Centre today. Your specialists in holiday rentals Caloundra.