Sunday, September 20, 2009
A Caloundra Escape that's Music to the Ears
October is the ideal time to cruise into Caloundra for a well earned beach holiday when the town comes alive to the sun, surf and soul of its annual music festival.
To be held from October 22-25, the Caloundra Music Festival has again drawn a stellar line up of artistic talent including the Hoodoo Gurus, Augie March, Josh Pyke, James Reyne, Toni Childs, Noiseworks and more.
Their popular sounds will reverberate around the scenic Kings Beach area of town in a family friendly weekend which also features a colourful street parade, roving performers, beach-side carnival, buskers, markets, free children’s entertainment and more in a celebration of culture, community and the environment.
One of Caloundra’s favourite waterfront holiday properties, BreakFree Grand Pacific hits the right note for music fans with rates available during the festival period from just $199* per room per night for a one bedroom garden view apartment.
Enjoying a stunning waterfront position at the southern end of the Sunshine Coast, BreakFree Grand Pacific offers fantastic facilities in a beautifully tranquil setting, ideal for couples and families alike.
With sweeping views of the picturesque Pumicestone Passage and only minutes from the Sunshine Coast’s premier holiday activities, the property perfectly embodies the BreakFree philosophy of offering great resorts at great rates in Australia’s favourite holiday destinations.
The resort features beautifully appointed apartments with private balconies, two spas, baby sitting service, boutiques, café, conference facilities, games room, heated pools set amongst lush tropical gardens, sauna, gymnasium and more.
For bookings or further information phone 132 007 or visit www.breakfree.com.au
* Conditions and minimum stays apply. Subject to availability.
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