Coolum Beach is a beachside town on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland, Australia and is likewise the beach around which the town is based. The name is gotten from the neighborhood Undumbi word gulum or guloom, signifying "gruff" or "headless", alluding to the state of Mount Coolum, which has no pinnacle. According to Aboriginal legend, Ninderry knocked off Coolum's head and it fell into the sea and is presently Mudjimba Island.
The Coolum region was the conventional place that is known for the Inabara or Yinneburra family of the Undanbi Tribe. Thusly, they were a piece of the bigger gathering of the Kabi. In 1823, the main Europeans to go through Coolum were castaways and wrecked mariners. The primary land choice in Coolum was made in 1871 by Grainger Ward - a peaceful rent of 255 hectares. Here, Ward ran upwards of 300 head of dairy cattle. In 1881, Mark Blasdall chose his very own rent of 252 hectares.
Blasdall was the first to design sugarcane in the region and to cut timber. He constructed two cottages and a sawmill and also clearing Coolum Creek, along these lines empowering steampships to enter to stack timber and convey supplies. By 1882 the steampships 'Tadorna Radjah' and 'Gneering' started to frequently make a trip from Brisbane to Coolum brook. In 1883 the primary Coolum arrive was freehold and by 1884, Blasdall was announced bankrupt and his territory freeholded.