About Us

  • The Caloundra Blue Light is held on the Last Friday of every month at the Caloundra Scout Hall.  For dates click here
  • The cost is $10.00
  • All children of school age are welcome to attend.
  • The dance parties start at 7pm and finish at 9:30pm.
  • Smoking, Drugs and Alcohol are not permitted.
  • All Caloundra Blue Light Association events are fully supervised by Queensland Police Service officers and community volunteers holding blue cards issued by the Commission for Children and Young People and Child Guardian.
  • Participants who attend the events will not be permitted to leave prior to closure time unless extenuating circumstances exist.
  • Pass-outs are not issued.
  • If you wish to contact us click here.


Caloundra Blue Light Dress Regulations

The Caloundra Blue Light Committee have recently discussed the standard of dress of the children attending the Blue Lights and rather than have to enforce a dress code and refuse entry to any children not complying with the code, we would like to trial a self regulation of this issue by children and parents.

Please ensure the following minimum standards are met prior to attending the Blue Light:

  • All clothing must be appropriate for the age of the child and meet common standards of decency.
  • Footwear must be worn.
  • No inappropriate wording or logos on any item of clothing.


If you have any questions regarding the dress regulations for Caloundra Blue Light please contact us here


Objectives of Blue Light Events

  • Blue Light is a successful program internationally, with every State and Territory in Australia participating, as well as New Zealand, Fiji, Cook Islands and Papua New Guinea.
  • Blue Light aims to assist the police to rectify the imbalance of pro-active and re-active policing where young people are concerned. It does this by providing young people with positive lifestyle alternatives and strategies to avoid becoming an offender or victim of crime.
  • Blue Light promotes the police as offering an integrated pro-active youth service which takes a holistic approach to helping young people.
  • To provide safe, healthy, supervised entertainment for young people in an environment which excludes drugs, alcohol consumption and violence.
  • To develop and encourage better relations and improved communication between young people, Police and adult members of the community.
  • To prevent the occurrence of crime with youths, either as victims or perpetrators, whilst at the events.
  • To ensure funds raised are used for persons or organisations within the Caloundra community, particularly those relating to young people.
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