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Tewantin

Tewantin

Tewantin is the administration centre of the Noosa Shire region and therefore is packed with a number of conveniences including shopping centre, clothing stores, restaurants, cafes and bars.

Tewantin is located next to Noosa making it a convenient launching point for your next holiday on the Sunshine Coast.

Tewantin Accommodation – Caravan Park & Cabins, Qld

Tewantin is home to the Tewantin National Park which is located along the Cooroy Noosa Road. It has two recreational areas; Mount Tinbeerwah and Wooroi day-use area. Mount Tinbeerwah is 260 metres above sea level and distinctly stands out because of its shape. It provides the best place to view the popular Noosa Coast Lake and the surrounding tropical forest.

The park has diverse landscape and wildlife. The forests, which mainly consists of wallum remnants and open eucalyptus forests, provide a home for a variety of wildlife such as enchindas, wallum froglets and birds like the eastern whip and the vulnerable black cockatoo.

Tewantin is also home to the Noosa Regional Gallery which is known as the premier regional gallery in the Sunshine Coast region. With a large range of works from international artists and curators, you will see a variety of works within this modern gallery. There are five spaces where artists can display their work, and the exhibitions rotate approximately every 5-6 weeks.

Tewantin is also home to the popular Noosa Caravan Park which are equipped with family friendly one and two bedroom villas as well as campsites set amongst lush bushland and sheltered powered sites on concrete slabs for caravans. Park facilities include: Our caravan park facilities include: camp kitchen, BBQs, TV and lounge area, games room, pool table, Wi-Fi, children’s playground, wading pool, laundry and convenience store. Tewantin is also home to the BIG 4 Holiday Park, as well as Beach Road Holiday Homes.

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