The Noosa Hinterland is one of the most beautiful regions on the Sunshine Coast. The towns of Eumundi and Cooroy are central to this fantastic region which is now becoming a residential annex to Noosa itself. A number of new suburbs are springing up and places like Doonan are now home to hundreds of hobby farmers on small holdings. There are a number of tourist attractions in this region that most visitors to Noosa will want to experience. The Noosa North Shore is adjacent to the Noosa River. New resorts are springing up here. At the time of writing this access to the Noosa north shore is via car ferry from Tewantin and this also gives access for four wheel drive vehicles to drive along Teewah Beach. This is a magnificent stretch of beach running north as far as Double Island Point. It is extremely popular with fishermen and tour operators also use this beach as a short cut to Fraser Island.
The Noosa Everglades are also an extremely popular destination in the Noosa Hinterland. Lakes Cooroibah and Cootharabah can be reached via a narrow waterway which discharges into the Noosa River. Ferry tours through the Noosa Everglades are available from Noosa. Probably the most popular attraction in the Noosa Hinterland are the markets at Eumundi. These country markets have become an institution in this region and most visitors to Noosa find the time, during their stay to pay a visit. They are full of local crafts and produce and are a great way to spend the day. A little further away are the towns of Montville and Maleny which are set in the Blackall ranges behind the Sunshine Coast. These towns are built along the escarpment and command fantastic views over Noosa and the Sunshine Coast. A day spent in the Noosa hinterland will reward the tourist with fantastic views, fine foods and interesting activities.