Shelly Beach

Beach Access points 276 to 281. Shelly Beach lies between Moffat Head to the north and Caloundra Head to the south. The Shelly Beach Park has a playground and picnic facilities. Dogs are permitted off leash on the beach between 4 pm to 8 am (May to October).

Shelly Beach

Shelly Beach provides an ideal location for hosting your event. This area is at the base of the Caloundra Headland and provides many large rock pools at low tide. The Des Dwyer Walkway connects the two headlands through the Caloundra Headland Foreshore Reserve. Dogs are allowed off leash north of Russell Street (Beach Access point 276) from 4pm to 8am. The remainder of the beach is off leash between 4pm and 8am from 1st May to 31st October only.



Victoria Terrace and King Street Shelly Beach

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