Rainforest, open eucalypt forest and remnants of wallum heath between Noosa and Cooroy are protected in this hilly subtropical forest. Mount Tinbeerwah (265m above sea level) is a small volcanic plug remnant of volcanic activity some 27 million years ago. The mountain provides spectacular views over the coastal lowlands and to the Sunshine Coast hinterland. This area is home to the endangered swamp stringybark Eucalyptus conglomerata, which is a multi-trunked tree with grey, fibrous bark and clusters of creamy white flowers.
Tewantin National Park is located 2km west of Tewantin and 10km from Noosa Heads along the Cooroy-Noosa Road.
- Picnic tables
- Wheelchair access (may require assistance)
- No camping
- Rock climbing
Highlights and announcements
Southeast Queensland is jam-packed with an incredible variety of national parks, state forests and conservation parks, some right on Brisbane’s doorstep!
- There are currently no park alerts for this park.