- Last updated:
- 04 Jun 2018
Anzac Park Kings Beach
Anzac Park at Kings Beach is ideal for weddings and ceremonies. There is an ANZAC Cenotaph in the park and the ocean views are amazing.
Apex Park Golden Beach
The parks in close proximity to the Caloundra Power Boat Club, are popular for wedding ceremonies. You can enquire about three separate parks at this location - Apex Park, Bevan Henzell Park, Woorim Park and Monash Park.
Ballinger Beach Park Currimundi
Ideal for wedding ceremonies. The coastal pathway through the dunal area passes through this park
Bulcock Beach Caloundra
Beach Access points 296 - 300. This patrolled beach is located inside the Caloundra bar on the Pumicestone Passage. Care needs to be taken when swimming here as there are strong tidal currents. There are plenty of picnic areas along the foreshore parkland and boardwalk. Bulcock Beach is a popular location for wedding ceremonies and events.
Centaur Park Caloundra
This park and memorial commemorates those who lost their lives in the sinking of the hospital ship Centaur by Japanese submarine on 14 May 1943. The wreck of the ship was located 30 nautical miles off the tip of Moreton Island on 20 December 2009.
Clarke Place Park
This scenic district park features a number of barbecue facilities with picnic tables and shelters nearby, a large playground and a public amenities block at the southern end. The playground provides plenty of activities to challenge and entertain. At the northern end of the park is the spectacular Happy Valley Boardwalk to Kings Beach.
Dicky Beach Dicky Beach
Beach Access points 262 - 271. The Dicky Beach Surf Club and Lifeguard Tower are located at Coochin Street. Dicky Beach Park has a playground, skate park and picnic facilities. Dogs are permitted off leash north of Ann Street only.
Double Bay Beach Kawana Island
Part of the Kawana Island precinct, this small beach is ideal for wedding ceremonies and very small events. It is adjacent to Double Bay Park and the Kawana Island Meeting Place.
Fraser Park Golden Beach
This popular park has a large children's playground under a mature Moreton Bay Fig tree. The playground features a variety of equipment to interact with and explore. The park also provides car parking, public amenities, beach showers, and barbecue facilities, including picnic tables and chairs. Near the playground at Beach Access point 315 is the public Fraser Park Jetty. Fraser Park lies on the waterfront between McLean and Jellicoe Streets. With stunning views across the Pumicestone Passage, this park is popular for weddings ceremonies and events.
Happy Valley Beach
Beach Access points 293 - 295. This is an unpatrolled ocean between Bulcock Beach proper and Kings Beach, currently has large sand bars exposed at low tide with many shallow pools ideal for young children to wade in. The foreshore is generally protected from large surf. Clarke Place Park on the foreshore has a large playground, public amenities and plenty of picnic areas. At the northern end is the Happy Valley Boardwalk to Kings Beach.
Kings Beach Caloundra
Beach Access points 283 - 291. This is a very popular patrolled beach with the Caloundra (Mets) Surf Club located on Spender Lane at the northern end of the Precinct. The Kings Beach Ocean Pool at the northern end of the sand beach is a 25m sea water pool with disabled access and a childrens wading area. Kings Beach is a popular for learning to surf as it is south east facing and the ocean swell is reduced by Moreton Island. The beach is popular for wedding ceremonies and events.
Kings Beach Fountain Area Beach Access 283
This popular spray and play water park operates on timed bursts of natural sea water all year round from 8.00 am to 5.00 pm. Dogs are not permitted at anytime.
Beach Access points 272 - 275. Moffat Beach lies between Moffat Head and Tooway Lake. The beachside parks of Eleanor Shipley, Moffat Beach and Ma and Pa Bendall provide various recreation facilities and features. For surfers "Moffats" on the southern point can produce a good peeling right during high swell. Moffat Beach is connected to Shelly Beach by a coastal pathway over the headland. Dogs are allowed off leash on the beach from 4pm to 8am only.
Moffat Beach Park
Moffat Beach park lies between Seaview Terrace and the base of Moffat Head. There is a playground, picnic facilities and an off street car park. It is a 250 metre walk up the hill to the Ma and Pa Bendall lookout affording breathtaking views to the north and east. The coastal pathway continues south to Shelly Beach and north to Dicky Beach.
Shelly Beach Caloundra
Beach Access points 276 to 281. Shelly Beach lies between Moffat Head to the north and Caloundra Head to the south. The Shelly Beach Park has a playground and picnic facilities. This area is at the base of the Caloundra Headland and provides many large rock pools at low tide. The Des Dwyer Walkway connects the two headlands through the Caloundra Headland Foreshore Reserve. Dogs are allowed off leash north of Russell Street (Beach Access point 276) from 4pm to 8am. The remainder of the beach is off leash between 4pm and 8am from 1st May to 31st October only.
Viewing Platform Point Cartwright
The viewing platform at Point Cartwright Reserve car park (beach access point 199) is a popular spot to check the surf, take your morning coffee, watch the late afternoon summer storms or to unwind after walking a circuit of the reserve. This is also a popular location for wedding ceremonies.