A Magic Place to Live…

The Master Planned Community of Pelican Waters provides a wide choice when considering home sites, new homes, apartments and villas throughout this magnificent 810 hectare water-based community.

The luxury of choice extends to private and public schools, shopping, dining, sports and recreation all of which make Pelican Waters such a magic place to live.

Pelican Waters has long been regarded as the Sunshine Coast’s waterfront lifestyle of choice and a selection of rare ocean access, waterview as well as residential home sites are now available for purchase.

With its proximity to the open waters of Pumicestone Passage and the Caloundra CBD, Pelican Waters is fortunate to be one of the most strategically located master planned communities on the Sunshine Coast.

Perfectly located

Located within close proximity to Brisbane, it takes approximately 40 minutes to reach the gateway turnoff and only an hour to the international and domestic airports and city centre. Bribie Island and Moreton Island are both close by and the Glasshouse Mountains are within 30 minutes’ drive.

It takes only 5 minutes to the Nicklin Way, which provides easy access to other areas of the Sunshine Coast such as the Sunshine Coast University Hospital in Kawana, Maroochydore, Mooloolaba and Noosa, plus it’s only 30 minutes to the Sunshine Coast Airport.

Caloundra city centre is within 5 minutes’ drive and offers a leisurely stroll throughout the many shops located along the main street.

A unique development

A 28 year project, the Pelican Waters residential community has sold more than 2,550 home sites, since first released to the market in 1989.

With the establishment of the Greg Norman designed Pelican Waters Golf Course and waterfront home sites with direct ocean access, the estate has attracted buyers from all around Australia and overseas.

Pelican Waters is not a thoroughfare like most other developments on the Sunshine Coast and is a destination in its own right which brings the residents together to form a close knit community.

Access to the Sunshine Coast

People are moving to Pelican Waters not only for lifestyle, but as a business change. With the Sunshine Coast continuing to grow economically, having direct access to the Sunshine Coast University Hospital plus Maroochydore Business District amongst others via Pelican Waters Boulevard is a convenient and easy way to get to your destination.

When fully developed the suburb of Pelican Waters will have an estimated population of approximately 12,000 residents and it has been gazetted as a suburb of Caloundra by the Queensland Government. Pelican Waters covers an area of 4km by 2.5km with 42% of its total area as open space.

Lifestyle & Facilities

Pelican Waters has its own shopping centre with Coles and Woolworths supermarkets. There is the Caloundra City Private School for the children and Pelican’s Nest Child Care for the littlies. Golden Beach State School is located in the next suburb if you prefer a public school. There is a St Mary’s Aged Care to have your loved ones close by and medical facilities are offered in the Pelican Waters Shopping Village. Caloundra offers a general public hospital within 10 minutes’ drive, and the Sunshine Coast University Hospital in Kawana is within 15 minutes.

Pelican Waters offers facilities for everyone including:

  • Shopping
  • Education
  • Dining
  • Sporting
  • Medical
  • Boating / Fishing
  • Social Clubs
  • Bike and pedestrian pathways throughout
  • Surf beaches

Pelican Waters is also the home of Greg Norman’s first residential golf course within his home state, a must for golf enthusiasts. Enjoy a drink at the clubhouse or at the Pelican Waters waterfront tavern. There are boat ramps at Bells Creek and Golden Beach all easily accessible for direct access into the Pumicestone Passage and ocean beyond. Take the kids onto the passage to enjoy some boating, fishing, crabbing, snorkelling, water skiing, jet skiing or paddle a kayak over to Bribie Island.

Take a leisurely stroll through the Caloundra markets or the Rumba Resort precinct on the Bulcock Beach Esplanade. Enjoy alfresco dining at any of the cafes or restaurants. Take your pick of casual fish and chips, gourmet pizza and pasta, burgers or a la carte dining. If you are after a quiet picnic or barbeque on the beach then stroll over to Golden Beach to one of the many picnic areas on the water.