Our town’s name, Caloundra, likely comes from the Indigenous Kabi word “Callanda”, which means ‘beautiful place’ – or the word “Cullowundoor”, which means ‘beech tree’. Either way, we agree.

The land is rich in Aboriginal history and influence, something we take very seriously. We follow in the footsteps of our ancestors by working in harmony with nature and never against it.

This area is filled with lush greenery, beech trees, surfable waves and sunshine, making it a notorious holiday destination. Most of all though, it provides us with some of our luscious ingredients we forage and capture sustainably just for you.