About Pelican Waters

Pelican Waters is built on the banks of Pumicestone Passage in Caloundra. Set against the enviable backdrop of the Glass House Mountains and just minutes from the Sunshine Coast, Pelican Waters is an alluring destination with terrific boating, golfing and walking trails.

Things to do

Test out your golf swing at the Greg Norman-designed Pelican Waters Golf Course. The 18-hole championship course is a must for golf enthusiasts, offering unique challenges and scenic views. After a round, enjoy a refreshing drink at the clubhouse or Pelican Waters Waterfront Tavern.

If you’re in town on Sunday, don’t miss the Caloundra Street fair. Held under the leafy canopy of Caloundra’s main street, the market is a flurry of activity, featuring live entertainment and over 200 unique stalls selling fresh local produce and handmade arts and crafts.

Keen for an active adventure? Discover the majestic Glasshouse Mountains. Formed millions of years ago, the impressive craggy peaks are the remains of several extinct volcanoes. Enjoy panoramic vistas of the entire landscape from Glasshouse Mountains Lookout or follow the Tibrogargan Circuit, a moderate 3.2-kilometre track, for incredible views of the mighty Mount Beerwah.

Set sail on the magnificent Pumicestone Passage and enjoy a day of water skiing, snorkelling or fishing. Golden Beach hugs the shoreline and is the perfect place to stop off for a swim. Adventure seekers can even kayak across to Bribie Island, a haven for nature and birdwatching.

Getting around

Pelican Waters is a 30-minute drive from Sunshine Coast International Airport and just over a one-hour drive from Brisbane International Airport. Caloundra city centre is a six-kilometre drive or coastal walk from Pelican Waters, which can be easily explored on foot.