Tuchekoi National Park Sunshine Coast

View of Mount Cooroora, Tuchekoi National Park. Photo credit: Ross Naumann, QPWS Volunteer

Mount Cooroora, at 439m, is a prominent feature of the park. It’s distinctive shape is visible from many locations on the Sunshine Coast. Tall open forest, woodlands and montane heath plant communities are protected here.

Shared trails around the base of the mountain provide opportunities for bushwalking, horseriding and mountain bike riding. A walking track leads upwards to a viewpoint with coastal views.

People with a high level of fitness and rock scrambling skills can tackle the Mount Cooroora summit route to the top of the mountain. This route is the location of an annual ‘King of the Mountain’ race.


Tuchekoi National Park is close to the township of Pomona on the northern end of the Sunshine Coast. Approximately 33km southeast of Gympie and 135km north of Brisbane via the Bruce Highway.

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Park facilities

  • No campfires
  • No camping
  • Cycling
  • Hiking
  • Horseriding