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What's On In Caloundra This Weekend

by Matt McGee, Principal/Director

Posted on 9 December 2018


4.30PM - 8.00PM

15th December 2018

Kings Beach Amphitheatre,

De Vene Avenue, Kings Beach


Come and enjoy a wonderful Christmas celebration with entertainment, food and fun.  Bring a blanket or chair and enjoy a night of great local talent, singing much-loved Christmas carols.  There will be a special visit from Santa.


What To Bring

Picnic Rugs / Blankets / Chairs
Hat and Sunscreen
Your Singing voice and plenty of Christmas Cheer

What NOT To Bring

Glass Products
Sparklers / Fireworks
Tents or Marquees

Food & Beverages

There will be a variety of food stalls available during the event.

Information / Lost Children

The first point of contact for all parents looking for lost children should be at the Calvary Christian Church Information tent located stage right closest to De Vene Avenue.


Patrons are encouraged to bring picnic rugs and ground seating from home.
Please note that high back chairs are restricted to the chair area and are not permitted in the picnic rug/blanket area section.

Park & Ride Free Shuttle Bus

A free shuttle bus from the Caloundra transit centre (Cooma Tce) will be running from 4:00pm until 9:00pm leaving every 15 minutes.

Road Closures

De Vene Avenue from Moreton Parade to Ormond Terrace on 15 December from 1am – 10pm.

Carpark Closures

All rights to park at the amphitheatre are temporarily removed from Saturday 15 December 1am -10pm.

Burgess Street car park closed 1am – 10pm
Edmund Street car park closed 1am – 10pm


The event will finish at approximately 8:00pm with a fireworks display. Fireworks can upset some animals so please ensure they are kept safe during the event.