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Our favourite beach.

Having spent 10 yearly holidays in Dicky Beach, travelling around and visiting many places made... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
John v
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Paraparaumu, New Zealand
A Refreshing Surf Beach.

We Visited The Historic Dicky Beach where a Coastal Steamer " SS Dicky" Ran Ashore in the Cyclone... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
raquelneric
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Bribie Island, Australia
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Reviewed 3 days ago

Having spent 10 yearly holidays in Dicky Beach, travelling around and visiting many places made this beach and the village behind it our favourite Queensland destination.

Thank John v
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We Visited The Historic Dicky Beach where a Coastal Steamer " SS Dicky" Ran Ashore in the Cyclone of 1898 and Remained there for 120 years . My Parents bought Us there 60 years Ago and My wife And i Returned there for 3 days...More

Thank raquelneric
Reviewed 29 August 2018

Based at Moffat Beach, we enjoyed a very pleasant walk down to Dicky Beach a number of times. Dicky Beach enjoys what seemed to be a very active and successful Surf Club ,supported by a large building with restaurant and facilities. One of the things...More

Thank Don M
Reviewed 1 June 2018

Dicky Beach is to my knowledge the only beach named after ship; the SS Dicky, a 226 ton steam ship that ran aground during heavy seas in February 1893. She was re-floated, but heavy seas turned the ship about and back onto the sand where...More

1  Thank Alex C
Reviewed 18 April 2018

Loved Dicky Beach, its really pretty with lots of parking and close to lovely little shops. We will be back.

Thank keentraveller2018
Reviewed 20 March 2018

Great beach to visit. Clean and lovely area. You can also watch the ships go by really close as they head out of Brisbane. A great walkway that is quite wide and suitable for those with mobility issues. Also quite a few seats along the...More

Thank SusanC C
Reviewed 10 February 2018 via mobile

It was good to see a beach that caters to dog owners. I do not think I ever saw so many happy dogs in my life. Very long with ample space for a lot of dogs and owners.

1  Thank SharingIsCaring2013
Reviewed 29 December 2017

Great beach very relaxing and had some great walks, spent hours just walking and looking for Sea shells

Thank Terry L
Reviewed 28 December 2017 via mobile

This patrolled beach is beautiful and relaxing. It's not crowded like Kings beach and mostly visited by locals and families. There are two electric bbqs and covered benches close to the beach. It also has a couple of open showers.

Thank behranga2014
Reviewed 16 December 2017

Caloundra is spoilt for good beaches - this rates down my list - small parking area between a caravan park and the beach which is a short walk away - great for walking the dog but just did not appeal to me

Thank GDay1044
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