Mt Tinbeerwah

Sunshine Coast

As the car park is near the summit, it is an easy walk to the fire tower, which provides wonderful 360° views from the north of the Sunshine Coast. There is a lookout which is wheelchair accessible. Getting there...turn right if travelling from Noosa/Tewantin, off the main road and keep going straight through a kind of small housing estate. The road alternates between bitumen and track. You’ll start to ascend and then see a sign for the park. Don’t take the left up covey road.

Lookouts
Toilets
265m
Maximum Elevation

Getting there:

6km west of Tewantin on the Noosa Cooroy Road, turn north onto Mount Tinbeerwah Road (lookout signposted). Follow the road for 3km (some of which is graded), to the car park at the end.

Maps:

http://www.nprsr.qld.gov.au/parks/tewantin/pdf/tewantin-np-map.pdf

Route/Trail notes:

From the car park, follow the track up across the granite boulders to the top. Watch for the drop off to the west, which is used by adventurous assailers.

Permits/Costs:

None.

Other References:

Toilets are provided in the car park. The first third of the track is wheelchair accessible.

 

Comments

I walked this from Old Tewantin Rd up the Waterfall Goat Track which made it about 5.5km return and a good hike up the mountain. Such a great view from the lookout at the top.

MattyM on 22 Apr, 2019

Easy walk to the summit, but view is much more than the small effort required.nip out of Noosa for a Gresham’s if fresh air and hinterland and ocean views. Mum grazed her arm trying to scrabble down some rocks!

Coopsy on 5 Jan, 2019

Great walk with the kids. We could see the cloud moving all around the mountain. Very accessible to most people.

Juiced Pixels on 18 Dec, 2018

One of the best views I have ever seen..mountains, lakes,rivers,ocean you can see them all here...for very little effort...recommend this highly

Ashwin on 6 Oct, 2018

Really enjoyed this walk! There were bush flowers which were really pretty and made for some awesome photos :) The view was pretty impressive !

AmyKT on 12 Aug, 2018

An easy pleasant walk with rewarding views

Gidget371 on 20 Dec, 2017

Stunning lookout over the Sunshine Coast! Easy, peasy walk with gorgeous pavers up to the firetower.

Kati on 26 Nov, 2017

Very easy, short walk, with great views

luvwalking on 1 Jul, 2017

Very easy, great views

Pumpkin Peta on 18 Jun, 2017

Very easy walk 10 minutes up if that. Definitely worth the detour💕 Amazing views all around 🌄 It would be beautiful at sunset 🌅 Wonderful place to take visitors and show off one of our stunning coasts 🙏 Definitely child friendly 💖

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Mel on 30 Apr, 2017

multiple times walked now. road can be a little rough if coming across another car.

CassyN on 2017

Did this after Mt Cooroora. A very short paved walk. Nice views.

Sue C on 2 Nov, 2016

Camping with the kids at Baroon Point, this was an obvious morning's distraction before attempting the Trail Bike Tracks opposite at Tewantin National Park.
Never realised how vertical a drop off there was to the north, until viewed from Mt Cooroy.

F.A.B. on 20 Sep, 2016

beautiful scenery at the top but the walk was too short..

Jin Kim on 14 Jul, 2016

Make this a decent 15km return walk by starting from Gladys and Harry Springs Park, McKinnon Drive. Picnic at the Tinbeerwah lookout with views over Lake Cootharabah, Lake Cooroibah, and Noosa.

Riggergirl on 30 Jun, 2016

Fun little walk with views to Mt Tibro and the glass house region. Very popular with abseilers, 3 separate groups including what appeared to be a school. Highly recommend if you're already in the area.

Alice on 30 Nov, 2014

Easy walk with stunning 360 degree views. Awesome at sunset.

liteseer on 26 Jul, 2014

Very easy walk with great views.

NerdTrails on 12 Dec, 2013

Probably the easiest peak on the Sunny Coast but with magnificent views. Third peak for the day.

Grumps on 9 Dec, 2013

Very easy walk with some great views towards Noosa , North shore .

J on 6 Nov, 2013

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