The Noosa Hinterland is famous for its scenic landscapes of mountains, vineyards and small town charm. You’ll find oldy-world cottages and lush farmlands with rolling hills.

It’s a lush green contrast to the golden beaches of the Sunshine Coast, making it the ultimate destination for a rural escape.

Places to Visit in the Noosa Hinterland

Now you know a little bit about the Noosa Hinterland and how to get around, it’s time to introduce you to the top attractions in Noosa Hinterland…

James Mckane Memorial Lookout

There’s a picnic spot, a few BBQ’s, and plenty of space for the kids to play. It’s part of the Noosa Trail network which is a series of hiking trails.

Clooney’s Restaurant

In the village of Cooran is the local’s favourite, Clooney’s Restaurant. It was warm and cosy with views out to the tree lined street.

The Noosa Everglades

Serenity, wildlife, endless waters, lily pads and reeds to paddle and play in. You almost expect a crocodile to raise its beady eyes at any given moment. Thankfully, this is not croc territory!

Eumundi Markets

Historical buildings, some dating back to 1890-1930, line the street and are filled with art galleries, boutique wineries, and cafes.

Kin Kin General Store

What a gorgeous little village Kin Kin is. There’s not much here, but all you need is the General Store, come Post Office, come Black AntGourmet Cafe.

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