Mount Tinbeerwah in the Tewantin National Park is an easily accessible spot where you can enjoy the best 360-degree views.
The walk up is suitable for kids and the elderly alike, including those with prams and wheelchairs.
Mount Tinbeerwah, Lookout, Summit, Walking Track, Map, Sunrise, Dogs
The Mount Tinbeerwah Lookout is just a 15-minute drive if you are coming from Noosa Heads. The pathway has been thoughtfully designed and includes rest stops, seats, and handrails. Because of this, it’s so popular for visitors, including the young and old. The best times to visit are in the early morning and right before dusk; sunsets, particularly during the summer months, are breathtaking here. Adrenaline junkies will be happy to know that rock climbing and abseiling are equally popular pastimes on the mountain, with access points and anchors that have been provided already.
When visiting, you’ll also notice that wildlife is abundant. The call of the yellow-tailed black cockatoos can be heard from almost anywhere here. Other common sightings include lizards and snakes.
If you’re keen on exploring the area on a mountain bike, check out the Wooroi day-use area located within the Tewantin National Park. There are trails for all bike levels, and you can continue onto the Wooroi trails that lead into the sub-tropical rainforest.
Mount Tinbeerwah is a must-visit when visiting this area of the Sunshine Coast.