Friends and families meet on the shoreline of the Noosa River at Tewantin to enjoy all the dog friendly Marina has to offer including the children’s water park alongside the boat ramp, just a short walk from Tewantin’s main street, Poinciana Ave.
The war memorial statute on Poinciana Ave is a lasting reminder of the brave residents, standing just metres from the Tewantin Noosa RSL. The main street of Tewantin offers the locals all their shopping, banking and medical needs. With a Woolworths supermarket alongside local bakeries, coffee shops, restaurants, chemists, banks and many specialty stores, there is not much more you need in this historic town.
Named from an Aboriginal word meaning “place of dead logs”, Tewantin’s history is known for timber transportation via the Noosa River. With European settlements dating back to the 1860’s, Tewantin was established in 1871. The historic township of Tewantin still retains its country feel derived from its history as a logging town.
Many day care centres and pre schools situated throughout Tewantin, make it easier for the growing busy families in the local area. The TAFE campus is just another educational facility this remarkable town has to offer.
Get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life on the car ferry from Tewantin to the pristine waters of the Noosa North Shore. With Tewantin being a gateway to the Noosa North Shore, there are many locals and tourists passing through to make the unforgettable trip up the scenic beach to Fraser Island. Passing the Red Canyon and Coloured Sands you will not believe how close you are to the busy town of Tewantin.
Tewantin is made up of several areas including; Noosa River Heights, Noosa Outlook, Noosa Parklands, Old Tewantin, Lake Cooroibah Township, Noosa Banks & Goodchap Estate.