Noosa Hinterland Accommodation

“Discover a magical world of natural forest trails, arts and crafts, boutique breweries, locally grown cuisine Noosa everglades, lakes and waterways, and so much more.”

This picturesque area is accessible within just a 15-minute drive to the centre of Noosa Heads. Enjoy the peace and quiet from our Noosa Hinterland accommodation while being able to access several beaches quite easily.

Popular experiences include country drives, forest walks and bike trails, horse riding, bird watching, mountain climbing, everglades experiences and long lunches at historical country pubs!


The Noosa Hinterland is dotted with historical villages each with their own unique stories to reveal, inclusive of both indigenous and European cultural heritage.




The village of Tinbeerwah situated near the Tewantin National Park is an ideal central location to explore the Noosa Hinterland region. Mount Tinbeerwah, located within the park is an easy 1km hike to the summit that offers stunning coastal and hinterland views.




Doonan is a historical hinterland town with a country golf club, day spa, farm-gate shops, and cafes. Surrounding areas offer beautiful panoramic views all the way to the coastline.




Close by you’ll find the charming historic town of Eumundi, situated amongst towering heritage-listed fig trees and home to the world-famous Eumundi Markets.


Eumundi has a thriving arts community and offers boutique retail shops and galleries. The Eumundi Imperial Hotel is a popular place to enjoy traditional country hospitality and live music. It is also home to the famous Eumundi Brewery which offers Brewery Tasting Tours. (Make sure you try the Ginger Beer!)




The township of Cooroy was settled by Europeans in the 1880’s and is a regional historical centre. Enjoy local hospitality at numerous restaurants and cafes, including the Copper Head Restaurant Brewery. Explore boutiques, galleries, gift shops, antique stores, and farm gate produce outlets.




The nearby village of Cooran was likewise settled in the 1880’s and bursts with historical charm as the centre of a predominately farming community. The Cooran Tablelands Lookout has spectacular coastal views and around Cooran you can explore Noosa Trail Network walking tracks and swimming holes.



It was in historical Pomona that in 1958 local man Bruce Samuels ran up nearby Mount Cooroora to cure a hangover. Boasting he did it in less than an hour, his pub mates dared him to do it again. He did! And this was the genesis of the King of the Mountain Race Festival held at Mount Cooroora every year.


Did you know Pomona was the administrative centre of Noosa Shire from 1909 to 1985 when Council moved to Tewantin? Learn the history of Noosa Shire at the Pomona Museum. The Majestic Theatre still operates as the world’s longest running silent cinema and the Pomona Country Markets, are held every Saturday.


Kin Kin


Nestled amongst local dairy farms, picturesque Kin Kin also produces much of Noosa’s famous fresh regional produce. It is home to nature lovers, foodies, artists and farmers.
Well worth visiting, Kin Kin neighbours Boreen Point and Lake Cootharaba, part of the Upper Noosa River network and entry to the Noosa Everglades.


Lake Cootharaba and Boreen Point.


Lake Cootharaba, is a magnificent waterway and part of the Noosa River system.

It is the largest lake on the Noosa River. It is also the gateway to the upper Noosa River and the Noosa Everglades. The lake’s shallow water is superb for kids and popular for kayaking, canoeing, sailing, windsurfing, kite surfing and fishing.

The lake-side village of Boreen Point is a delightful little settlement on a raised point of land overlooking its western shores.

The village has a number of attractions including local galleries, lakeside beaches and parklands as well as the iconic and historical Apollonian Hotel.


Noosa Everglades


North of Lake Cootharaba and hidden within the Cooloola section of the Great Sandy National Park is the Noosa Everglades. The Noosa Everglades represent an ancient waterway that has existed unchanged, for thousands of years.

Clear fresh water tannin-stained by nearby paperbarks, emerges from the Cooloola National Park to meet the tidal salt waters of the Noosa River.


Known as the River of Glass because of its picture-perfect reflections, The Noosa Everglades has to be one of the most tranquilly beautiful places on earth.

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