Noosa Shire has a rich history and heritage from the first peoples through European settlement to the present day. Many of our towns have retained significant numbers of heritage houses and businesses, including many unique ‘Queenslanders’.
Noosa Shire has ten State heritage listed properties, including the Lower Mill Site Boiler House and Kilns which is a Council owned and managed property - open to the public daily. Other State-listed heritage sites include Alfredson’s Joinery, Cooroora Masonic Hall, Cooroy Railway Station, Halse Lodge, Kin Kin Sawmill, Majestic Theatre (Pomona), Noosa River Caravan Park, Mill Point Settlement Site and the Pomona Police Residence.
More details of the State heritage listed sites can be found on the Queensland Government website
Details of sites that are on the Noosa Local Heritage Register can be found in Schedule 3 - Heritage Sites of the Noosa Plan
Noosa Council’s Historical Heritage Report for Noosa Shire and supporting citations are below:
- Boreen Point Kin Kin Cooatharaba
- Cooroy & Lake Macdonald
- Eastern Beaches
- Mary River Catchment (includes Pomona, Cooran, Black Mountain, Ridgewood, Pinbarren and Federal)
- Noosa Heads
- Noosa North Shore
- Tewantin & Doonan
To discover more about Noosa’s history visit the Noosa Library Service Heritage Library
To browse historic images of Noosa visit Picture Noosa
Noosa Council is unique in having a heritage levy, which provides dedicated funding for a range of activities focused on preserving, documenting and interpreting the Shire’s history and heritage. Find out more: Heritage Levy Policy and Heritage Levy Policy Guidelines
For heritage, queries contact Council’s Heritage Coordinator on (07) 5329-6534 or email email@example.com