Holiday houses in Cooroy

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Popular amenities for Cooroy holiday rentals

Stay near Cooroy's top sights

Noosa Botanic Gardens36 locals recommend
Supa IGA Cooroy24 locals recommend
Copperhead Restaurant & Brewery45 locals recommend
Cooroy Hotel9 locals recommend
Jamaica Blue Cooroy5 locals recommend
Cooroy Golf Club4 locals recommend

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Quick stats about holiday rentals in Cooroy

  • Total rentals

    30 properties

  • Rentals with dedicated workspaces

    10 properties have a dedicated workspace

  • Rentals with a pool

    10 properties have a pool

  • Family-friendly rentals

    10 properties are a good fit for families

  • Total number of reviews

    2K reviews

  • Nightly prices starting at

    $62 AUD before taxes and fees

Your guide to Cooroy

All About Cooroy

Cooroy is a historic town on the Sunshine Coast of Queensland with picturesque countryside vistas and a flourishing local art scene. Surrounded by Black Mountain to the northwest and Cooroy Mountain to the east, visiting here feels like being tucked away in a hidden valley. Cooroy has a history as a sawmill and timber outpost, and you can find interesting evidence of its past through its landmarks and local artists' creations, which often incorporate wood elements.

The town centre is inviting, and every major attraction is only a short walk or bike ride away. For a small town, Cooroy has plenty of cozy cafés where you can start your day or refuel with a pot of tea in the afternoon. If you’d like to take a day trip from here, Noosa’s famous beaches and buzzing Hastings Street are just a 30-minute drive from town. Overall, Cooroy is an artsy, idyllic outpost for exploring the outdoors.

The best time to stay in a holiday rental in Cooroy

You can expect warm weather and some humidity during most of the year in Cooroy. If you’re visiting during the hot and rainy summer, take a break from the heat with a dip in Lake MacDonald or a refreshing beverage from one of the local breweries or cafes. In autumn, things begin to cool down a bit, making it a great time to enjoy hiking and the weekly outdoor farmer’s and crafts market. If you’re planning a visit during spring, you might catch the Cooroy Mountain Spring Festival in August, and this is the one time of year Cooroy Mountain is open for climbing. Winter is ideal for enjoying the town’s cozy restaurants and cafes, or some local art at the Cooroy Butter Factory Arts Centre. The types of accommodation Cooroy offers vary from countryside retreats to peaceful cottages — many with lovely gardens or mountain views.

Top things to do in Cooroy

Lake MacDonald

To access water in this green haven, head to Lake MacDonald and rent a canoe or kayak. One of the best things about Lake MacDonald is that motorised watercraft are not allowed, adding to its natural authenticity. Covered picnic tables are available, too, so you can plan alfresco eating rain or shine.

Cooroy Butter Factory Arts Centre

Learn about Cooroy’s creative history at the Cooroy Butter Facts Arts Centre. Here, you can see regional art exhibitions, take pottery classes, or sign up for special workshops. Before you go, don’t miss the artisan store that features goods like jewellery, ceramics, prints, and candles made by locals.

Noosa Botanical Gardens

The Noosa Botanical Gardens are a great place to spend a relaxing afternoon. Pack a picnic and enjoy these extensive gardens complete with a Greek-style amphitheatre, lily pond, fern house, lush plant life, a walking trail, and plenty of native birds and animals. Make sure to check their calendar as the gardens often host art workshops, guided walks, plant sales, and live music.

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