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Battery Hill [ View Profile ]

Battery Hill is part of a growing residential area in the Caloundra urban centre, located four kilometres north of the CBD. It was named for an artillery practice base during the war years, however things are far more tranquil in this sought-after coastal locality today. Its affordability and central location to beaches, shopping facilities, schools, health services and transport links make it a popular choice for couples and families alike.

Dicky Beach [ View Profile ]

Named after the iron steamboat, the SS Dicky which ran aground in heavy seas in 1893, Dicky Beach is a beautiful beachside community which has long been one of Henzells’ most in-demand residential areas. A modern town centre and excellent recreational and lifestyle attractions including skate facilities, parks and patrolled beach make it highly sought after for couples and families alike. Dicky Beach combines a secluded surf-village atmosphere with close proximity to schools, hospitals, the Caloundra CBD and easy highway access, meaning residents can enjoy the best of both worlds.

Kings Beach [ View Profile ]

When it comes to living the ultimate coastal lifestyle, Kings Beach is one of the jewels in the crown. It has long been one of the best loved beach communities at Henzells Caloundra, for the generations of holidaymakers who return to its sunny shores each year and the couples and families who have made it their home. Kings Beach was named after the King family, the first residents in the area. After living at Moffat Head in James Moffat’s home for a while, they moved to the Kings Beach area in 1893. Part of Kalowendah Country in Aboriginal culture, Kings Beach and surrounds were first settled by European graziers and farmers in the 1860s. Through the 1900s it became popular as a...

Landsborough [ View Profile ]

Named after the explorer William Landsborough, Landsborough is a charming rural community located to the south of the Mooloolah Valley, north of Beerwah and west of the Bruce Highway. European settlement of the area dates from the 1870s when the area emerged as a centre for timber-getting and farming. Gradual growth took place in the late 1800s helped along by the opening of the railway line in 1891. Today people are drawn to Landsborough for the peace and quiet, friendly country atmosphere, cultural heritage, beautiful surrounds and excellent housing affordability. Direct rail access to Brisbane also makes it a popular choice for commuters.

Little Mountain [ View Profile ]

Little Mountain is situated to the south of the Mooloolah River National Park, east of the Bruce Highway and west of Caloundra with nearby attractions including Corbould Park Racecourse, air museum, Caloundra Conservation Park and Beerwah State Forest. According to Sunshine Coast Council data, European settlement of Little Mountain and surrounds dates to the late 1800s with the land used predominately for farming and grazing. Residential development began in the 1970s, with significant growth occurring from the early 1990s. The population more than quadrupled between 1991 and 2006 and has been growing at a steady rate since. Today, approximately 10,000 residents call the vibrant community...

Meridan Plains [ View Profile ]

Named after an early property in the area, Meridan Plains is part of a rapidly developing residential area approximately eight kilometres west of the Caloundra CBD. Consistently one of Henzells top-selling suburbs, buyers are attracted to the area for its affordability, family appeal, facilities and proximity to town. Meridan Plains and the surrounding area offer numerous parks as well as recreational facilities and lakes to maximise the Sunshine Coast’s famous outdoor lifestyle. The quiet and spacious suburb also benefits from being close to highways, shops, beaches, schools and medical facilities.

Moffat Beach [ View Profile ]

One of the Sunshine Coast’s most sought after residential areas, Moffat Beach continues to generate huge levels of enquiry at Henzells Caloundra. Moffat Beach perfectly embodies the best of beach-side living, offering a year-round holiday atmosphere, excellent residential infrastructure and great community spirit. Its best feature, however, is the famous surf break. Protected from the prevailing southerly sea breezes by a stunning headland, “Moffats” features sheltered waters for families as well as a first-class wave for surfers rolling down the point. Named after James Moffat, an early resident of the area, Moffat Beach is just minutes from the Caloundra CBD and easily...

Mooloolaba [ View Profile ]

Mooloolaba is one of Queensland’s best loved holiday destinations featuring a sheltered family beach, dozens of alfresco eateries, restaurants, boutique shops, cafes and bars. The aquatic paradise is also an in-demand residential and investment area offering an array of apartments, homes and commercial opportunities to suit all budgets. Thought to be named after an Aboriginal word meaning red-bellied black snake or snapper fish, Mooloolaba has evolved into a thriving resort town featuring high-end resorts along a picturesque ocean-front esplanade. Attractions include UnderWater World Sea Life Aquarium, wharf and marina complex, beautiful patrolled beach, beachfront parks and barb...

Bulcock Beach [ View Profile ]



Caloundra West [ View Profile ]

Caloundra West is a region that has established itself as a residential hotspot for Henzells Caloundra and continues to hold its position as one of our strongest performers. Sales and enquiry levels for Caloundra West remain consistently strong with buyers drawn to the area for its affordability, family appeal, facilities and proximity to town. Just seven minutes from the Caloundra CBD, Caloundra West is home to its own school, Unity College, plus parks, lakes, a shopping precinct and more. The region’s tranquillity, laid back lifestyle, excellent infrastructure and accessibility to beaches, health facilities and highways are other huge drawcards for the area. Caloundra West and...

Mooloolah [ View Profile ]

The Mooloolah and Mooloolah Valley region is a growing rural residential area loved for its tranquility and natural environment including lush rainforests and streams. Offering affordable housing and excellent community infrastructure such as a pool, sports fields, horse-riding trails, public transport and schools, the locality consistently draws strong levels of enquiry. Other benefits for residents of Mooloolah and Mooloolah valley include family friendly atmosphere, sense of community and relaxed pace of life all within easy reach of the Sunshine Coast’s famous beaches.

Shelly Beach [ View Profile ]

One of the Sunshine Coast’s most secluded and unspoilt beach-side precincts, Shelly Beach is coastal living at its finest and historically one of Henzells best performing suburbs. Just two kilometres north of the Caloundra CBD, Shelly Beach offers something for everybody with its mix of residential apartments, stunning modern homes and original beach houses. Featuring a beautiful headland with private beach and tranquil ocean-front park, Shelly Beach is a stunning lifestyle destination with the added advantages of being close to shopping and dining opportunities, hospitals and schools, all within approximately an hour’s drive from Brisbane.

Pelican Waters [ View Profile ]

Pelican Waters is an 810 hectare master planned community situated in the heart of Caloundra, one of the fastest growing cities in Australia. The suburb of Pelican Waters provides a wide choice of residential opportunities including home sites, new homes, apartments and villas. Benefits include an independent private school, shopping centre and waterfront tavern, a Greg Norman designed golf course and wide canal waterways leading throughout the estate and into the Pumicestone Passage, one of Australia’s premier marine parks. Pelican Waters is a thriving community with more than 2500 residential lots completed and sold since inception, offering a Queensland lifestyle second to...

Golden Beach [ View Profile ]

Located directly south-west of the Caloundra CBD, Golden Beach is a tranquil haven lining the shores of the pristine Pumicestone Passage. Settlement of the area dates from the late 19th century with land used primarily for farming and grazing. It began growing in popularity as a tourism and fishing destination in the 1950s, with rapid growth occurring from the 1960s into the 1980s. Today Golden Beach is in high demand for its family-friendly atmosphere, housing affordability and accessibility to beaches and shops. However the biggest attraction remains its stunning natural beauty, with the protected passage providing the perfect venue for sailing, swimming and whetting a line.

Aroona [ View Profile ]

Aroona is a popular residential area situated between Little Mountain and Currimundi, approximately four kilometres from the Caloundra CBD. Deriving its name from an Aboriginal word possibly meaning “refreshing place” or “place of running water”, Aroona offers a family-friendly atmosphere, housing affordability and great lifestyle advantages. The suburb features excellent community infrastructure including Talara Primary College, parklands and public transport as well as being convenient to town and the beach. Aroona has been a high demand location for Henzells since the company – in conjunction with the Ford family – were the first to begin development...

Beerwah [ View Profile ]

Beerwah is a peaceful hinterland township set against the stunning backdrop of The Glasshouse Mountains and home of the world-renowned Australia Zoo made famous by the late and much-loved local icon, Steve “The Crocodile Hunter” Irwin. A consistent performer for Henzells Caloundra, the region is popular for buyers who value peace and quiet, family-friendly living and old-fashioned country charm. Affordability plus convenient access to major road and rail transport links, making it just 20 minutes to the beach and 45 minutes from Brisbane City, are further advantages. The region features abundant natural beauty and wildlife, state forests, parks, an aquatic centre, skate...

Currimundi [ View Profile ]

Said to be named after a traditional Aboriginal word meaning place of the flying fox, Currimundi is busily attracting a fresh new breed of inhabitants spreading their wings for a better life. Located within the Caloundra urban area approximately five kilometres north of the Caloundra CBD, Currimundi is a coastal gem in every sense of the word, offering a pristine beach, lake and Conservation Park, excellent residential infrastructure and a great community feel. Currimundi continues to perform as one of the high demand areas for Henzells Caloundra due to its mixture of housing options to suit all budgets, excellent location and lifestyle advantages. The Kawana hospital and health precinct...

Caloundra [ View Profile ]

The community of Caloundra comprises the CBD and inner city area of the Caloundra urban precinct, featuring a vibrant mix of shops, cafes, restaurants, entertainment venues, businesses and public services. There is some debate as to how Caloundra was named. Some believe it is derived from the Aboriginal word Callanda meaning beautiful place or headland, while others suggest Cullowundoor/ Kalowendah – the Aboriginal word for beech tree – is the origin. The Bulcock family were amongst the first European settlers to arrive in the area, purchasing nearly 300 acres of land in the late 1800s, which would later become known as Bulcock Beach. Caloundra’s main street also carries...

Mooloolah Valley [ View Profile ]

The Mooloolah and Mooloolah Valley region is a growing rural residential area loved for its tranquility and natural environment including lush rainforests and streams. Offering affordable housing and excellent community infrastructure such as a pool, sports fields, horse-riding trails, public transport and schools, the locality consistently draws strong levels of enquiry. Other benefits for residents of Mooloolah and Mooloolah valley include family friendly atmosphere, sense of community and relaxed pace of life all within easy reach of the Sunshine Coast’s famous beaches.

Wurtulla [ View Profile ]

Its name thought to have come from an Aboriginal word meaning southward, Wurtulla is an expanding commercial and residential precinct popular for its relaxed coastal atmosphere, proximity to excellent employment opportunities and enviable lifestyle. Located at the southern end of the Kawana Waters urban centre, Wurtulla features kilometres of unspoilt beach for surfing, fishing and swimming plus numerous parks and community facilities nearby including family centre, hall and library. Affordable housing and accessibility to schools, hospitals, shops and transport links to Brisbane and the rest of the Sunshine Coast also make Wurtulla a high demand area for Henzells.

Buddina [ View Profile ]

Buddina is one of the Sunshine Coast’s major residential and commercial hubs, offering an excellent choice of property types and a relaxed aquatic setting. Nestled on the southern side of the Mooloolah River, Buddina is a tight-knit, family-friendly community bordered on its eastern half by the ocean with the west comprising a carefully planned canal community. Buddina is home to Kawana Shoppingworld, which is one of the Sunshine Coast’s largest shopping centres featuring over 100 stores including Coles, Woolworths and Big W. Its central Sunshine Coast location and excellent public transport and highway access are major drawcards while the area also offers outstanding commu...

Kawana Island [ View Profile ]



Kawana Waters [ View Profile ]



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