Imagine sleeping to the crashing of the sea waves. After that, you wake up to the scent of the morning sea breeze. That’s exactly how the residents of Pandanus Shores Caloundra live every day.

 

Located in Bulcock Beach, there’s plenty to love in this small beachfront area. Are you planning to relocate or simply take a vacation in this vicinity? Explore these few hot spots before you relocate to the area.

 

1. Caloundra Jet Ski

 

In just 0.3 miles from Pandanus Shores Caloundra, you can make memorable adventures at Caloundra Jet Ski. You don’t even need experience or a license to drive a jet ski!

 

They offer various trips for all ages—from laidback ones such as their City Explorer to their thrilling rides such as the AdventureX. These trips also include seafood lunches, drinks, and nature hikes at the nearby islands and volcanoes.

 

2. Leach Park

 

Enjoy a calm afternoon and bird-watch with your kids. Bask at the view of the Pumicestone Passage and the Caloundra Bar. Want those peaceful experiences? If you’re passing by Esplanade Golden Beach property, you can visit the Leach Park.

 

You can get off the grid and reflect on your life as you stroll along the clean coastal pathway. And if nature calls you, don’t worry because they have clean public toilets. They also have a coffee mobile, in case you get too sleepy and need a wake-me-up liquid.

 

3. Caloundra Bigscreen Cinemas

 

This charming, historic multiplex theatre will please movie geeks. Previously known as the Amusu Theatre, The Bigscreen Cinemas has been standing since the early 1930s. Today, locals and tourists hop in this theatre for the best blockbusters in town.

 

After you soak in the beaches of Pandanus Shores Caloundra all day, you can drop by Bulcock Street. See a film with your significant other for only $9. You can also book a ticket at their site, bigscreencinemas.com.au.

 

4. Pumicestone Passage

 

Before relocating to one of the Pumicestone apartments Caloundra has, you have to Kayak at the Pumicestone Passage. It’s a shallow estuary with pristine cerulean waters, which are perfect for jet skis and stand-up paddleboards as well.

 

And did you know that Pumicestone is one of the most treasured birds and marine habitats in Australia? You’ll spot some turtles, dugongs, dolphins, and prawns in there. So, don’t forget to bring your Go Pro to capture these adorable sea critters.

 

5. Caloundra Street Fair

 

You should never miss this festivity! In over a hundred stalls, all the members of the family can bag some good finds. It’s also kid-friendly and pet-friendly, although you have to put your fur babies on a leash.

 

Meanwhile, if you want a food trip on a Friday night, you can go to the Twilights Markets at Bulcock Beach. Besides mouthwatering local cuisine, you can also buy eccentric, handmade items. It’s open every last Friday of the month, from 5 pm to 9 pm.

 

In a nutshell

 

As you can see from the list above, Caloundra is a melting pot of beachfront activities your friends and family will enjoy. And even if you relocate to Bulcock Beach permanently, you’ll never run out of activities and sights to explore.

 

Are you looking for Grand Pacific Caloundra units for sale?

 

Let the pros at Henzell’s guide you. They know the area better than the back of their hands. So, if you want someone who can guide you in property hunting, they’re the guys and gals to call.

 

Check out https://henzells.com.au/holiday/holiday-display/2-bedroom-apartment-kings-beach,2700 for their available units.