Caloundra is the southernmost town in the Sunshine Coast Region in South East Queensland, Australia. In 1875, Robert Bulcock, an English settler who established a Brisbane daily paper and later spoke to the Brisbane suburb of Enoggera in the Legislative Assembly of Queensland from 1885 until 1888, purchased 277 sections of land 1.12 km2 of land in the region. A town was studied during the 1870s, and land deals initiated in 1883.
With its vicinity to shorelines, the zone ended up well known with vacationers and ious lodgings and visitor houses were set up to oblige them.In 1917, Bulcock's child, Robert Bulcock Jr, who was a councilor in the Shire of Landsborough, subdivided some portion of the land into 404 parts. This region wound up known as Bulcock Beach. By 1933, Caloundra had a populace of 271.
Amid World War II, the zone ended up key to Australian protection because of guarded positions along the shorelines. Radar stations and automatic weapon pits were mounted, and Australian and US military went to the zone. From the mid 1950s onwards, Caloundra encountered a blast being developed and populace, and by 1968, it had come to overwhelm the Shire of Landsborough so totally that the committee chambers were moved to Caloundra.