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North Bribie Island During WWII
Caloundra's Lighthouses Children's ed.
Caloundra's Rustic Cabin
Caloundra SHS Celebrating 50 Years
Caloundra State High School was 50 years old in 2013. This publication traces the changes in the school, the community and the town of Caloundra over five decades. As well, it has many amusing memories from past students and staff. Also available from Caloundra State High School and the Bookshop in Caloundra.
Caloundra's Pictorial Changes
Lighthouses of Caloundra
This pictorial book traces the colourful history of Caloundra’s 1896 Heritage listed lighthouse as well as two lighthouses on North Bribie. The three lighthouses worked together to direct ships into the port of Brisbane. The 1896 lighthouse is now cared for by a community group – Friends of Caloudra Lighthouses Inc.
Caloundra the Past 100 Years
In February 1893, during cyclonic weather, the S.S. ‘Dicky’ was blown on to a lonely beach in Caloundra. This beach now bears her name. Locals and visitors had grown very fond of this 127 year old shipwreck. When the local council decided the wreck had to be moved, they discovered the depth of the community’s connection to her. This is her story….. written in 2015.
The Northern End of Bribie Is. During WWII & the Underground Hospital
Caloundra During World War II
Caloundra was north of the Brisbane Line and important as the “lookout’ for ships entering Brisbane during World War II Caloundra also had Australian and American soldiers training here. This book explains how World War II affected the civilians living in the small township of Caloundra and how the town changed as a result.
Metroplitan Caloundra Surf Life Saving Club: the First 75 Years
Caloundra SHS the Early Years
Caloundra... Then and Now