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One night break at Kings Beach

byJane Chapman-27 Apr 2017

Come to life with a mini-break at Kings Beach and discover a world of fabulous beaches, stunning coastal scenery, fabulous markets and sensational seafood. 

Whether you need a mini-break to escape the hustle and bustle of the city, or you're taking a month-long Pacific Coast road trip, Kings Beach is the ideal spot to make a pit stop and recharge. There's a lot you can do in Kings Beach if you've only 24 hours to play ...

Head to Kings Beach for a morning surf then enjoy a quality brunch at The Paleo Place or Coffee Cat on Kings. Check in to ULTIQA Shearwater ResortRolling Surf Resort, or one of Kings Beach’s beachfront accommodation apartments. Spend the rest of the morning riding the waves at Kings Beach, taking a dip in the saltwater pool or splashing in the water fountains.

Ultiqa Shearwater, Caloundra
Ultiqa Shearwater, Caloundra

Head to ‘The Deck’ at Caloundra Surf Club ‘Mets on Kings’ for lunch. Dine alfresco, take in the million dollar ocean views and sample a local seafood platter. Pop in to downtown Caloundra to take a stroll along the revamped Bulcock Street, indulge in a spot of retail therapy in one of the stylish boutiques, test your nerve at the ‘Escape Room’ or partake in Caloundra’s burgeoning coffee scene. Make your way back to the beach for a refreshing afternoon.

Stroll the Caloundra Street Fair stalls.
Stroll the Caloundra Street Fair stalls.

As the sun sets, take the boardwalk to Bulcock Beach and appreciate the spectacular views of the Glass House Mountains. Alfie’s Moo Char Bar is a great spot for a prime steak, and if you are lucky the legendary footy hero Alfie Langer will make an appearance.

Alfie's Moo and Char Bar
Come for the food, stay for the stunning ocean views from Alfie's Moo Char Bar.

The next day, enjoy a lazy morning at the beach or opt to visit downtown Caloundra for a spot of shopping, café culture or the bustling Caloundra Street Fair (Sunday morning every week). Spend the early afternoon on Pumicestone Passage; hire a kayak from Blue Water Kayak or take a Caloundra Cruise along the waterfront. For the adrenaline seeker, you won’t want to miss out on an adventure with Caloundra Jet Ski before heading back home.

Bluewater Kayak Tours
The Glass House Mountains know how to photo bomb a kayak tour. Photo: Bluewater Kayak Tours.

 


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Jane Chapman
ByJane Chapman

Mum, wife, friend, daughter, yogi, runner, foodie, marketeer, lover of music, laughter, sunshine, good times, fine things and everything Caloundra.


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