What I love about Cooroy
Cooroy is a charming, rural town in the Noosa Hinterland known for its laid-back lifestyle, natural beauty and strong community spirit.
The town itself is relatively small and has a population of just over 3,000 people. What Cooroy lacks in size, it more than makes up for in charm and character. Filled with unique shops, cafes and restaurants, many heritage-listed buildings date back to the early 1900s.
“The historic Cooroy Butter Factory was converted into a vibrant community hub and now showcases local art, hosts regular exhibitions and events, and provides space for workshops and classes. It’s a great place to discover the work of local artists, learn new skills, or simply soak up the creative atmosphere.” says Paul.
A short drive from the town is the Noosa Botanic Gardens. This tranquil escape features meandering pathways, stunning plant displays and a lake.
Within a short drive of Cooroy you’ll find several national parks and nature reserves where you can enjoy the stunning coastal scenery, walking trails and abundant wildlife.
Regular events and festivals take place throughout the year including the incredibly popular Cooroy Fusion Festival which celebrates the town’s cultural diversity through food, music, and art.
Cooroy real estate and property styles
Cooroy features a range of housing options, from quaint heritage-listed cottages to modern family homes.
Charming Queenslanders are dotted throughout the area and are perfectly suited to the warm, tropical climate. Their high-set design featuring large living spaces take advantage of the cool coastal breeze and views. Many still feature their traditional details such as decorative fretwork, timber floors, and wide verandas.
There are several new housing developments offering contemporary homes, townhouses and apartments.
Whether you’re seeking a renovator’s delight, restored beauty or a modern home, Cooroy has a range of housing options to suit a variety of needs and preferences.
Cooroy house prices are generally more affordable than in nearby Noosa, making it an attractive option for those seeking a more relaxed lifestyle without sacrificing access to amenities and services.
NEED real estate advice?
For advice about buying, investing or selling a property in Coory, contact Paul for helpful advice. Paul is a local Tewantin real estate agent and has lived in the area since 1999. He has assisted dozens of people to realise their dream of owning a slice of the Sunshine Coast. If you have any questions about buying or selling real estate in Noosa, Cooroy and the surrounding area, contact Paul directly. He’s here to assist.