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Hinterland Hideaway 
 
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Tinbeerwah,
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postal: 25 Camona St, Kelvin Grove, Queensland 4059 Australia.
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A perfect balance of comfort, wilderness and privacy, this eco hideaway is nestled in one acre of bushland – on the magnificent Sunshine Coast of Queensland, looking at stunning Mt Tinbeerwah & just 20 kms from Noosa.

In an atmosphere of ecological harmony, the memory of the outside world’s constant motion disappears.

Maximizing the experience of living with nature and making no compromise on comfort, our modern 3 bedroom 2 bathroom country home is available for holiday rental with electric motor boat for Lake McDonald & mountains bikes provided.

This naturally beautiful environment allows for a peaceful family holiday yet is still within close proximity to the hustle and bustle of Noosa, Australia’s premier beach resort.

 

The bushland abounds with native plants & trees.  It is an animal lovers’ kingdom & birdwatchers’ paradise.

 

Our hideaway is conveniently located within the Sunshine Coast area & provides easy highway or train access to day-trip locations in any direction (you can be frolicking in the surf on a Noosa ocean beach in 20 minutes, arrive at most Sunshine Coast tourist attractions in less than 30 minutes or even be in Brisbane in 1 hour 15 minutes).

You can visit the surrounding attractions but return each night to our secluded hinterland tranquility and pastoral beauty, complemented by scenic views, creek bushwalks, sub-tropical rainforest flora and native wildlife.

 

6 kms away is Cooroy …. a traditional country town with its prize winning streetscape, community artwork & urban village like atmosphere.

In 1863 Cooroy started as a camp for timber workers. The railway came to Cooroy in 1891 and soon after the main street started to develop. The town relied on the sawmills and local dairies and was a prosperous town until the collapse of the dairy and fruit growing industries in the the 1970's.

The Cooroy Butter Factory which opened in 1915 and closed in 1975 now hosts local and interstate art.

The Noosa Alpaca Shop and Information Centre has a number of alpaca products for sale.

Cooroy Community Markets are held every Thursday from 8am - 1pm and sell a range of goods.

Cooroy has a good collection of restaurants, including traditional country fare, Thai & Mediterranean.

Noosa’s legendary restaurants are just a short drive away.

 

The cost to experience this magical setting is from $AUD500 p/week.

 

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