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Previously sold hinterland homes


Multiple offers on this property in Cooran Sold by Paul Bielby
interior of Cooran home
drone shot of land and house position Cooran sold by Paul Bielby


Garth Chapman design home sold by Paul Bielby in the Noosa Hinterland
Noosa Hinterland property with toasty fireplace sold by Paul Bielby
Red cedar french doors on Garth Chapman home sold by Paul Bielby

Welcome to Cootharaba, with the closest townships of Pomona , Kin Kin and Boreen Point this semi-rural area offers acreage living in peace. Property owners here value their privacy and enjoy many of the native bird species. Local gather at Boreen Point for sailing and water activities and are often found enjoying entertainment and connection at the historic Apollonian Hotel . This photo is of gorgeous Garth Chapman Queenslander sold by the original owners who created a lovely natural sanctuary  in Cootharaba

Belli Park

Sold for $2.5m

Award-winning home by Garth Chapman sold by Paul Bielby in the Noosa Hinterland
Noosa Hinterland horse and cattle lifestyle property sold by Paul Bielby
Gracious Queenslander home sold by Paul Bielby in the Noosa Hinterland

As you approach Belli Park , about 15 minutes West of Eumundi the landscape changes to more traditional farming acreages. Gentle rolling hills and quality grazing land for horses and cattle has drawn interest from buyers wanting the rural experience while still having easy access to towns like Eumundi and Cooroy. Buyers looking to commute South to Brisbane and Maroochydore find region very desirable. This lovely home also built by Garth Chapman Queenslanders was an award-winning design and the owners who originally built this enjoyed the character of yesteryear in a modern build. Many buyers were in awe of this property and the successful purchasers came from just North of Gympie. The Sellers decided it was time to downsize and move to Cooroy.  

Kin Kin

Sold for $2.3m

Kin Kin acreage sold by Paul Bielby in the Noosa Hinterland
Country kitchen in Kin Kin home sold by Paul Bielby
Dam on acreage property in Noosa Hinterland sold by Paul Bielby

Larger acreages set among some of the greenest natural habitats of the Noosa hinterland are a popular choice for buyers looking to make Kin Kin their home. A vibrant artistic and earthy community gather at regular country markets on the fields behind the famous Country life Hotel. Here you will meet amazing characters and enjoy local produce and music. The above property of 34 hectares adjoined state forest and was used as a well-being retreat with multiple accommodation options. Sold for $2.3 million the interstate buyers aim to enhance and continue on with the good work. The elderly owner who created this haven decided it was time to move closer to family and was delighted when like minded people stepped up to purchase and continue the vision. 

Residents enjoy peaceful living with leafy trees and views to Cooran Mountain. Most folks can easily walk to CBD which offers general store, post office, coffee shops, restaurant and brewery. Rail and bus also stop here. Local enjoy sports, art, acoustic music scene and a myriad of activities.

Why people choose to live in the Noosa hinterland...

People have been drawn to this seaside mecca for decades, the easy pace of life and sensational climate are just the beginning. Noosa hinterland encompasses acreages and town sections which radiate from the unique and inviting villages of towns like Eumundi, Cooroy, Pomona , Cooran and Kin Kin. All which are only a short drive to Noosa's pristine beaches and feel good vibe. Living in the Noosa hinterland offers an unparalleled residential experience that seamlessly combines natural beauty, small-town charm, and a thriving community. The region has become a coveted haven for those seeking a serene yet vibrant lifestyle. The hinterland is dotted with small towns that each exude a unique character and charm. Imagine a leisurely Saturday morning spent exploring the Eumundi Markets, where local artisans showcase their crafts and farmers offer the freshest produce. These towns not only provide essential amenities but also create a strong sense of belonging and community, which forms the heart of hinterland living. The region boasts an array of fantastic dining options that cater to every palate. From beachside cafes serving freshly caught seafood to upscale restaurants offering gourmet cuisine, there’s no shortage of delectable choices. The hinterland’s organic farms contribute to the farm-to-table movement, ensuring that residents have access to the freshest local ingredients. Living in the Noosa Hinterland offers the best of both worlds: a serene retreat and easy access to popular tourist destinations without the seasonal congestion.

Most importantly you will feel welcome and find plenty of activities to join in.

Let’s Work Together

Noosa Hinterland buyers guide

Tel: 0437 346 256

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