WALKIE-TALKIE: Learn about the region’s rich past on free guided heritage walks.
WALKIE-TALKIE: Learn about the region’s rich past on free guided heritage walks. Contributed

Step out and enjoy rich past with free heritage walks

STRETCH your legs, widen your horizon and expand your local heritage knowledge at walks in locations across the shire during the Noosa Longweekend Festival.

From Hasting St to Kin Kin, eyes will be opened to new ways of looking at our towns and landscapes, as guides highlight the history of sites and places.

There is no charge and no bookings are necessary. Just turn up at assembly points.

Most walks will be about two hours and at a strolling pace. Many have complimentary refreshments afterwards. For more information phone 5474 0334.

All heritage walks begin at 1pm and assembly is from 12.30pm.

Walks include:


Saturday, June 15 - Gubbi Gubbi walk, meet on left-hand side of road just before the end of The Spit at Noosa River mouth.


Sunday, June 16 - Tewantin, meet at swimming baths next to Noosa Marina, Tewantin.


Monday, June 17 - Hastings St, meet at Lions' carpark opposite Halse Lodge.


Tuesday, June 18 - Mill Point, meet at National Parks office at Elanda Point - allow three and a half hours. It is recommended you wear long sleeves and long pants/slacks, bring mosquito repellent and wear footwear that can deal with boggy patches. Also bring some warm clothing.


Wednesday, June 19 - Pomona, meet at Noosa Museum, 29 Factory St, Pomona.

Thursday, June 20 - Eumundi, meet inside Discover Eumundi, Visitor and Heritage Centre, Memorial Dr.

Friday, June 21 - Cooran, meet at car park near Cooran Recreation Club, Bridge St.

Saturday June 22 - Cooroy, meet at Cooroy Cemetery, Kauri St, Cooroy.

Sunday, June 23 - Kin Kin, meet at Anglican Church at Main St roundabout.

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