NOOSA HINTERLAND, QLD
What to do in Kin Kin and surrounds
KIN KIN is a Noosa Hinterland country town located just a picturesque 35 minute drive from Noosa. Kin Kin township is part of “The Shire of Noosa”. steeped in dairy history, today it is home to an eclectic and growing group of artisans, artists, foodies and nature lovers.
ABOUT KIN KIN
The Kin Kin valley township itself was founded in 1902. Kin Kin boasts more heritage-listed dwellings than anywhere else in the Noosa Shire.
Kin Kin is a small, rural town situated in the Noosa Hinterland countryside between Gympie to the west and the Great Sandy National Park to the north. It is the major freshwater catchment for the Noosa River System situated to the north-west of the Shire. It also forms part of Queensland’s first UNESCO Biosphere.
Kin Kin is a 35 minute drive from Noosa, 50 minutes to Sunshine Coast airport and 2 hours drive from Brisbane.
WHAT TO DO IN KIN KIN TOWNSHIP…
Visit Black Ant Gourmet @ Kin Kin General Store for breakfast, lunch and local products
Visit the Kin Kin Creations Market on the first Sunday of the month 8.00am-12.00pm
Buy a locally handmade gift or find a treasure at the Kin Kin Depot
Go hiking, horseriding or mountain biking on the Noosa Trail Network
LOCAL EXPERIENCES WITHIN A 1 HOUR DRIVE OF KIN KIN …
ATTRACTIONS – UNDER 30 MINS DRIVE
Visit Harry’s Hut -in the Noosa Everglades – access by 4WD or canoe
Tour the shimmering waters of the Noosa Everglades
Pick strawberries and blueberries at Cooloola Berries Farm
Taste locally-made mead at Amrita Park Meadery
Get back to nature on the Doggrell Forest Walk
ATTRACTIONS – 30 MINS – 1 HOUR DRIVE
Watch the dolphins play and swim at Tin Can Bay
Walk and picnic in the Noosa Botanical Gardens
On Wednesday and Saturday check-out the famous Eumundi Markets
Visit Noosa – stunning beaches and Hastings Street shopping
Head to the grassy shores of Lake MacDonald and watch the turtles