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Caloundra Music Festival

Aussie acts Daryl Braithwaite, Birds of Tokyo, John Butler Trio and the Temper Trap will be heading to Kings Beach for four days of sun, surf and soul at the Caloundra Music Festival from 28 September – 1 October. 

In addition to these blockbuster acts festival faves Sneak Sound System, Sheppard and Eskimo Joe will also be delivering the goods, adding to this already killer line up and we're pretty excited! I mean, who wouldn't be about a weekend on the Sunshine Coast at an epic festival right on the beach (plus it's the long weekend for those of you in NSW, QLD, ACT and SA).

As you can imagine the festival has a pretty chilled atmosphere with a natural amphitheatre as the main stage giving you the option to either stand at the front for an up close experience or relax in the sun with a blanket on the grass.

If you haven't been to Caloundra before you're in luck beause it's pretty bloody amazing. White sandy beaches, stunning coastal board walks, endless cafes for brunch and a number of QLD style taverns for a bevvie. 

Sound like you're kind of festival? Grab your tickets HERE and start planning your weekend in the sunny state.

Just making a day trip out of it?

Base yourself at Noosa Heads YHA (1 hour north) or Brisbane City YHA (1 hour south), their private and dorm style rooms are pefect for a weekender with your mates.

    Noosa Heads YHA
    Noosa Heads YHA
    This authentic 1880s National Trust and Heritage Listed backpacker hostel is set in the heart of Noosa Heads on the Sunshine Coast.
    Brisbane City YHA
    Brisbane City YHA
    An award winning travellers' hostel, Brisbane City YHA is close to Suncorp Stadium, Roma St Transit Centre, South Bank, the Gallery of Modern Art and the Queensland Museum. Oh, and did we mention that we have a pool overlooking the Brisbane River?
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