3 more hidden Noosa Hinterland Real Estate Gems.

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Escape to cleaner air, stunning scenery and meet the friendly locals that call the Noosa Hinterland home. The Noosa Hinterland is home to country air, quiet country roads, farm stalls and country towns, each with its own personality and charm, for those looking at taking the next steps and calling the region home here are three gems that may just tick the box. 

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Pinbarren, Noosa Hinterland.  

Pinbarren is home to lush rolling hills, swathes of grassy farmland dotted with dark pockets of dense rainforest. A popular scenic drive for tourists stretching their legs and switching ocean breezes for country air, Pinbarren is home to around 400 people. Situated at the base of the majestic Mount Pinbarren, with the southern boundary demarcated by the serene Six Mile Creek. The area is known for its sweeping beauty and fairytale-like scenery. Notably, the town enjoys close proximity to Mount Pinbarren National Park, established back in 1929, offering ample opportunities for nature enthusiasts to explore the beauty of the area.

Property doesn’t often come up for sale in Pinbarren but when it does it gets snapped up.

If you’re looking to get a feel for the area there are a few Air BNBs in the region that you’ll simply fall in love with. 

Cooran, Noosa Hinterland 

Have you checked out the charming village of Cooran yet? It’s a stunning little region nestled in the Noosa Hinterland. Boasting a delightful mix of artisan outlets, unique shops, mouth-watering eateries, local farms, producers, and even a boutique brewery. Oh, and don’t miss the annual Tall Trees Art Exhibition – it’s a fantastic display of the incredible talent lucky enough to call Cooran home.

If you love nature and outdoor adventures, Cooran is the place to be. It’s surrounded by lush valleys, scenic walking tracks, and refreshing swimming holes, all part of the Noosa Trail Network. And trust us, you don’t want to miss the breathtaking coastal views from the Cooran Tablelands Lookout. It’s truly something special. Come on over and experience the beauty and tranquillity that Cooran has to offer. 

If you’re in the neighbourhood make sure to drop by Cooroy and say G’day to us at Countryside Noosa Realty.

Kin Kin, Noosa Hinterland

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Image sourced: Visit Noosa

The name “Kin Kin” originates from the indigenous word “kauin kauin,” referring to a prevalent species of black ant in the area. Keep an eye out for the giant black ant statue that stands proudly in town!

You’ll find Kin Kin among the picturesque rolling hills and the lush valleys of the Noosa Hinterland. Kin Kin may be small, but it offers a lot to discover. From farms providing fresh seasonal produce to Noosa’s restaurants to being the home of Noosa’s first commercial coffee grower, this vibrant community showcases sustainable farming practices and a thriving culinary scene.

Kin Kin captures our hearts with its casual charm, vibrant local art scene, dedicated health therapists, food enthusiasts, and passionate hobby farmers. The Kin Kin General Store is a must-visit, offering an array of local produce. The Kin Kin Hotel has been recently revamped and if you’re looking for a long lunch make sure you indulge at Black Ant Gourmet with its stunning views of the rolling hills. 

Countryside Realty Noosa is your Noosa Hinterland real estate expert. If you’re stretching your legs out our way, maybe falling in love with our relaxed pace of life, fresh air and unlimited charm make sure to drop in and say hello. We’re always up for a chat…

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