Kin Kin is a small town nestled in the picturesque hills of the Noosa Hinterland. Previously a centre of the timber and dairying industries, it boasts an historic hotel and one of the original timber mills still working today. Local environmentalist, John News, will introduce you to the charm and history of Kin Kin and to some local Kin Kin identities. This year we will be invited into the local Anglican Church to learn some of its history. Kin Kin Community Group will provide complimentary refreshments after walk.
Allow two hours. Recommended that you bring some warm clothing in case it gets cold late afternoon.
Meet at the Anglican Church behind the School of Arts Hall at the Main St roundabout.
Sun. 27 July Kin Kin Heritage Walk
John News - Meet at the Anglican Church behind the School of Arts Hall at the Main St roundabout. Complimentary refreshments at end of walk
Other Heritage Walks
Sat. 19 July Gubbi Gubbi Heritage Walk
Gubbi Gubbi people including Dr Eve Fesl - At river mouth, meet on path on left hand side of road just before the end of The Spit near River Mouth.
Sun. 20 July Tewantin Heritage Walk
George Pearce - Meet at old swimming baths site next to Noosa Harbour Town, Tewantin. Complimentary afternoon tea after walk and photographic display.
Mon. 21 July Hastings Street Heritage Walk
Emma Freeman - Meet in the Lion's car park opposite Halse Lodge. Walk will end at historic Halse Lodge where there will be complimentary refreshments.
Tues. 22 July Mill Point Heritage Walk
Stephen Nichols - Meet at the Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service office at Elanda Point.
Wed. 23 July Pomona Heritage Walk
Gary Thompson - Meet at the Noosa Museum at 29 Factory Street, Pomona. There will be historical displays and refreshments provided at the Noosa Museum at end of walk.
Thu. 24 July Eumundi Heritage Walk
Wendy Birrell - Meet inside Discover Eumundi - Heritage & Visitor Centre corner of Memorial Drive and Gridley Street. – refreshments provided at the end
Fri. 25 July Cooran Heritage Walk
Gary Thompson & Phil Moran - Meet at Car Park near Cooran Recreation Club, Bridge St. There will be historical photographic displays by the Noosa Museum and refreshments provided at conclusion of walk
Sat. 26 July Cooroy Heritage Walk
Historian Betty Sutton - Meet at the Cooroy Library at 12.30pm for 1 pm start. Telephone 5442 5570. Complimentary refreshments at end of walk
All walks begin at 1.00pm. There is no need to book. Simply turn up.
There is no charge. These are free Noosa Long Weekend Festival events.
For further information contact John Woodlock on email: email@example.com. 5474-0334, 0421 074 491
Meet at the Anglican Church, Kin Kin
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