Caloundra is the southernmost community on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland, Australian state. The place is located 90km north of Brisbane, state capital of Queensland. Excellent transport facilities are operated in Caloundra which include bus and train services. Hence, it is easier to access the transport from Caloundra to its suburbs.
The estimated population in Caloundra as of the 2006 census was 41,293 people and the postcode of this region is 4551.
Suburbs which are surrounded by Caloundra are Aroona, Caloundra West, Golden Beach, Battery Hill, Coral Sea, Dicky Beach, Moffat Beach, Kings Beach and Coral Sea.
Caloundra experiences a mild climate with a daily average of 7 hours of sunshine. The average rainfall recorded in a year is nearly 1600mm in which the months from December to May receive the most precipitation. However, the average temperature hovers around 23 degrees Celsius throughout the year.
Caloundra has some fabulous tourist sites such as Kings beach, Golden Beach, Dicky Beach, Pumice-stone Passage, Australia Zoo, Glass House Mountains, Mary Cairncross Reserve, Corbould Park Racetrack etc. Besides, the place has heritage sites which include Caloundra Lighthouses and Tripcony Hibiscus Caravan Park.