If you’re coming to Caloundra for a holiday with the family then this four star Bulcock Beach holiday accommodation should suit you right down to the beach. Bulcock Beach is just around the corner from the Windward Passage Apartments, and it’s also perched right on the sands of Golden Beach. Can you believe it. No roads or parks areas to cross. Once you’re out the doors of this handy you are standing on the beach.
Sunshine Coast whale watching
Bulcock Beach Caloundra
Whether you choose Bulcock or Golden Beach, you’ll enjoy the sheltered waters and great picnic spots for lunch and fish and chips on the beach in the evening.
Bulcock Beach and Happy Valley are always popular picnic spots; the perfect place to watch the sun set over the distinctive Glass House Mountains. The boardwalk spans most of the coastline lined with the sparkling blue waters of the Pumicestone Passage. Make sure you keep an eye out for the birds and marine life along the way, you might get an opportunity to sight a dolphin or some of the 1,500 shorebirds that make Caloundra their home and nearly 20,000 migratory shorebirds. You may spot some of the 35 species of birds that are known to make Pumicestone Passage their home for at least some part of the year. Most of the migratory shorebirds of Pumicestone Passage during the summer come from breeding grounds in the northern hemisphere. The only exception is Double-banded Plover which likes to escape the harsh New Zealand winters. Sounds familiar doesn’t it?
On Bulcock Beach there’s a strip of cafes and restaurants across the road from the beach ranging from espresso bars to ice cream bars during the day through to a very full range of restaurants if you stretch your legs to a block or two from the esplanade.
Caloundra with the family at this four star Bulcock Beach holiday accommodation should be perfect. Bulcock Beach is just around the corner from the Windward Passage Apartments, and it’s also perched right on the sands of Golden Beach. You won’t believe your luck once you’re booked in. But you’ll have to book first.