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Cooloola is nestled between Noosa in the south and Fraser Island in the north. One of the major features of the 55,000 hectare Cooloola National Park is the Noosa River, with its associated tributaries, lakes and adjoining wet heathlands.
40 kilometres from Noosa in the tranquil waters of the Noosa River is an area known as the Everglades - a must to experience with magnificent reflections mirrored in the dark tranquil waters.
Tin Can Bay is a fisherman's paradise and the surf at Rainbow Beach and nearby Double Island Point are worth a visit.
Try your luck fossicking for gold in areas around Gympie, such as Deep Creek or Kilkivan, or follow the original bullocky's trail which is now Gympie's main street. The high rise of the Cooloola region! They are the towering bunya pine trees throughout the State Forests... a beautiful natural area.