Caloundra Golf Club is a popular championship course. The par 71, 18-hole course is set away from the beach surrounded by bush and is a popular venue for weddings and private functions.
The bush surrounding the golf course brings an abundance of wildlife. Daily feeding of lorikeets takes place in the afternoons at 4pm.
See the Caloundra Golf Club website for more information.
To get there:
From the Bruce Hwy, take exit 188 and follow the signs for Caloundra. From the Hwy, follow Caloundra Rd for 5.3km and turn left into Sugar Bag Rd. Follow Sugar Bag Road for 3.2km, with the entrance to Caloundra Golf Club on the left.
From Caloundra, there are so many places you could start from, two basic options are shown below.
From near Golden Beach, follow Bowman Rd, veering left following the brown sign towards Kings Beach. Follow Bowman Rd for 1km, becoming Regent St, and turn left into George St at the brown sign for Caloundra Golf Club. Follow George St for 300 metres and turn left into Queen St with another brown sign for the golf club. Continue on Queen St for 1.3km with the entrance to Caloundra Golf Club on the right.
From Dicky’s Beach or Moffatt Beach, head south along Elizabeth St (head east along the main street of Dicky Beach which becomes Elizabeth St when it bends to the right) and continue over the bridge of Swamp Creek. From Swamp Creek, continue 1.1km to the end and turn right at the lights into Queen St. Take the first right less than 100 metres from the lights to continue on Queen St. Follow Queen St for 1.5km with the entrance to Caloundra Golf Club on the right.