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Caloundra is the southernmost community on the Sunshine Coast in South East Queensland, Australia, located approximately 90 km north of the Brisbane CBD. Caloundra is accessible from Landsborough railway station and the Caloundra bus station.
In 1875, Robert Bulcock, bought 277 acres of land in the region. He was an English immigrant who founded the Queensland Evangelical Standard weekly nonconformist newspaper (in the late 1870s), and later represented the Brisbane suburb of Enoggera in the Legislative Assembly of Queensland (from 1885 until 1888). The area was surveyed for a town to be built (in the 1870s) and land sales commenced in 1883. With its proximity to beaches, the area became popular with tourists and a number of hotels and guest houses were set up to accommodate them.
In 1917, Bulcock's son, Robert Bulcock Jr, who was a councillor in the Shire of Landsborough, subdivided part of the land into 404 lots. This area became known as Bulcock Beach. During World War II, the area became key to Australian defence due to defensive positions along the beaches. Radar stations and machine gun pits were mounted, and Australian and US armed forces came to the area.
Caloundra has a number of heritage-listed sites, including Tripcony Hibiscus Caravan Park, Caloundra Lighthouses, Kings Beach Bathing Pavilion.