Cooroy Suburb Profile

Cooroy is a family friendly hinterland town located 15kms from Noosa and 125kms from Brisbane. The bustling township offers a multitude of local attractions, centered around nature and heritage experiences. The restored Butter Factory Arts Centre located in the historic Cooroy Butter Factory is a must see for its showcase of local and national artists. The Centre is part of the Cooroy Mill Place, a community and tourism hub which features a state-of-the-art library and an interpretive walk-through restored boilers and kilns. The suburb is great for families and single individuals alike, offering walking, biking, horse-riding, and bird trails throughout the Cooroy area. Do not forget to stop by and explore the Noosa Botanic Gardens and the magnificent amphitheater on the shores of Lake MacDonald, which is only a stone’s throw away. To explore more things to do in Cooroy, click here.


Suburb Demographics / Information:

Population: 3785

Average Age of Residents: 60+

Council: Noosa Shire Council

Property Composition: 75% of the properties within Cooroy are owned, while 25% are rented.

Resident Composition: Cooroy's residents are primarily composed of older couples and families (19.0%), established couples and young families (16.8%), and elderly singles (11.5%). To see a full breakdown of Cooroy's composition, click here.

Schools: Cooroy falls in the school catchment zones for Cooroy State School and Noosa District State High School. Cooroy is also conveniently located near the independent Noosa Christian College.

Median Property Price to Buy: $620,000.00

Median Property Price to Rent: $495.00p/w


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