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Tewantin National Park

Mount Tinbeerwah, Tewantin National Park. Photo: Ross Naumann, QPWS volunteer.Mount Tinbeerwah, Tewantin National Park. Photo: Ross Naumann, QPWS volunteer.

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Tewantin National Park is located 2km west of Tewantin and 10km from Noosa Heads along the Cooroy-Noosa Road.

What's special

Rainforest, open eucalypt forest and remnants of wallum heath between Noosa and Cooroy are protected in this hilly sub-tropical forest. Mount Tinbeerwah (265m above sea level) is a volcanic plug remaining from volcanic activity millions of years ago. 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.

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Last updated
18 December 2017