Cooroy sits 22 kilometres west of Noosa Heads, and its name means possum, which has been taken from the local Aboriginal word “kurui”. The town is most noted for its timber and dairy industries, and it is a quiet little escape inland. Cooroy combines history, nature and art all into one place. If you choose to stay a couple of nights, accommodation options include a mix of cottages, bed and breakfasts and retreats to soak up the peaceful natural environment.
The town has a laid back feel, with some restaurants, cafes, and a brewery to enjoy. For an outdoor adventure, experience a game of golf or explore Lake McDonald nearby. The Noosa Bird Trail cuts through Cooroy, which is a scenic trail for walking or riding along to observe the local birdlife. With 32 different sites across Noosa, the Jabiru Park and Fearnley Bird Hide trail can be reached easily from town.
Karmya Cabin Eco-Retreat offers a private, nature-lover's escape in Cooroy, 4 minutes' drive from Noosa Botanic Gardens, 10 minutes' drive from Eumundi Markets and 22 minutes' drive from Noosa Heads.
The property is conveniently located approximately 35 minutes' drive from Sunshine Coast Airport, and approximately 90 minutes' drive from Brisbane International Airport.
Magnolia Cottage is a rustic 4 bedroom cottage overlooking 2 acres of lovely gardens, shared with another property, The Stables, and with views out to the Blackall Ranges.
The cottage is furnished in a mix of antiques and contemporary furniture to create a comfortable country feel. It has a bathroom with claw footed bath. There is also a fire pit.
The charming town of Cooroy is 4 minutes' drive away. Eumundi and its famous markets are 7 minutes' drive and the Noosa River is 15 minutes' drive from the property. Sunshine Coast Maroochydore Airport is 24 km from the property.