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If you're searching for the best beaches in Queensland, you're bound to end up on the Sunshine Coast sooner or later. And if you're exploring the Sunshine Coast, the town of Caloundra is a must-visit.

Located less than an hour and a half north of Brisbane, this beautiful coastal town boasts a stretch of golden beaches that draw visitors from far and wide. Throw in a host of great restaurants and cafes, a handful of cultural attractions, and a busy events calendar, and it's easy to see why you should spend a couple of days or more getting to know Caloundra.

Here's all the key details you need to know to enjoy a memorable adventure in a rental RV in Caloundra.

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The Great Outdoors

It shouldn't come as any surprise that the best way to make the most of your Caloundra adventure is to hit the beach. There are several beautiful beaches to choose from, but your best bet is to start at the town's main beach, Kings Beach. This popular stretch of sand draws a crowd pretty much all year round. There's usually a decent wave to be found for keen surfers, plus protected swimming areas for those searching for something a little calmer. There's also an ocean pool, kids' splash zones, and tidal rock pools to explore, so spend a day making the most of it.

For a quieter beach experience but one that's every bit as beautiful, steer your RV rental in Caloundra south to Bulcock Beach. This lovely little beach overlooks the clear waters of the Pumicestone Passage. This is the perfect spot to take a dip in the calm waters or just stretch out and catch some rays on the sand. There's a boardwalk nearby, plus several cafes and restaurants across the road if you're looking for a bite to eat.

Finally, if you want to take in some of the beautiful coastal scenery and get some exercise at the same time, why not take a walk between the two beaches mentioned above along the Caloundra Coastal Walk? Starting from Bulcock Beach, this paved boardwalk trail leads you north along the coastline. There are parks, playgrounds, and lovely swimming spots all the way along, and you'll see plenty of other walkers, joggers, and cyclists as well. And because the path stretches for some 15 miles in total, you can always push on past Kings Beach if you're feeling energetic.

Camping in Caloundra

Once you book an RV in Queensland, you'll need to hunt around for the perfect place to stay. There are several Caloundra RV parks to choose from, so compare a few options before deciding where to park your rig for the night.

One of the options worth considering is the BIG4 Caloundra Holiday Park. Located near Bulcock Beach, this waterfront park offers spacious sites and a host of family-friendly activities. Facilities include a jumping pillow, pedal carts, and swimming pool, while cafes and shops are also within walking distance.

Another Caloundra RV campground worth a look is Dicky Beach Family Holiday Park. This beachfront park offers more than 100 electrical sites, 11 of which boast lovely water views. Facilities available here include a swimming pool, tennis court, and kids' playground, while Wi-Fi is also provided.

Exploring the City

One of the first stops on your adventure in a rental motorhome in Caloundra should be the Queensland Air Museum. Located roughly 10 minutes inland from the beach, this volunteer-run museum boasts a collection of more than 90 restored passenger and military aircraft. From an F-111 to a Vickers Viscount, this diverse range of flying machinery will be enough to entertain any aviation enthusiast.

Next, if you're in the mood for a bit of retail therapy, make sure you check out the Caloundra Street Fair. From 8 AM every Sunday morning, Caloundra's main street comes alive with more than 200 market stalls selling everything from handmade fashion to arts, crafts, and a wide range of delicious food. It's a popular attraction that draws a crowd every week, so get in early to snap up the best bargains.

Finally, it's also a good idea to try to time your visit to Caloundra to coincide with some festival fun. For example, if you're visiting in May, the Ignite Caloundra Chilli Festival is well worth a look. With cooking demonstrations and wonderfully spicy cuisine from all four corners of the globe, it's a real treat for your taste buds. If you're more of a music buff, the local and international acts at October's Caloundra Music Festival should be right up your alley.

As you can see, there's a whole lot to enjoy when you rent a camper in Caloundra. And with other great destinations nearby, including Noosa Heads and Mooloolaba, there's no shortage of ways to fill your travel itinerary.

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