The September school holidays are upon us, providing a welcome reminder of why the southern Sunshine Coast region is such a wonderful place to live and play, with the beaches, parks, cafes, restaurants and shops all bustling with activity.
As the leading holiday accommodation provider in the region, Henzells Agency will be at full capacity for the September break and the approach to Christmas will be no different as the warm sunshine and relaxed beach atmosphere prove impossible to resist.
One of the major drivers for tourism for the destination is the exciting events program in place. Henzells is very happy to be playing an active role, with representation on the tourism sub-committee for the Caloundra Chamber of Commerce aimed at driving “brand Caloundra” and maximising visitation to the region.
One of the highlights of the events calendar is about to take centre stage, with locals and visitors from throughout south east Queensland and beyond counting down the days.
The Caloundra Music Festival from 29 September to 2 October offers four days of sun, surf and soul.
Beautiful Kings Beach and surrounds will come alive to the sounds of a diverse line-up of entertainment featuring the best of the Australian music industry as well as incredible international artists.
This not for profit family-friendly community event celebrates the environment, cultural achievements and community pride of the Caloundra area.
With another great line-up in store including Art v Science, British India, Grinspoon, Killing Heidi, Wolfmother, Xavier Rudd, Ronan Keating, Spiderbait, the Black Sorrows, Daryl Braithwaite and many more, this year’s show is shaping as one of the best yet.
The festival continues to go from strength to strength, firmly establishing itself as one of the Sunshine Coast’s premium events.
As well as being great entertainment, it is a huge windfall for local businesses and one which traditionally sets us up for the busy Christmas period ahead.
Congratulations to everyone involved for bringing this great event to Caloundra each year.