Kin Kin

Historically, the heartbeat of every country town was its pub – but only a handful of grand old watering holes have survived to present day. Thankfully, the Country Life Hotel is one of them – and you’ll find it in the little village of Kin Kin, inland from Noosa on the Sunshine Coast. Kin Kin is a quaint rural community and a highlight of the Noosa Country Tourist Drive.

Country Life Hotel

Apart from its classic pub, the town has a fantastic General Store and Post Office – serving up much more than milk and stamps. Kin Kin General Store has been transformed by chef, Jodie Williams, into a popular catering business and café/restaurant.  Jodie champions fresh produce from local growers in her menu and on the shelves. Hello Honey is one of the regional producers featured – derived from native bush only and not sprayed crops.

Kin Kin General Store

If you’re keen to stay in the Kin Kin area for a while, then Avalon Country Farm Cottages offers the choice of 3 cottages, a homestead and a lodge, set on 15 hectares.  Owner, Linda Crawford, first came to the property 30 years ago – a single Mum with a dream of raising her kids in the country.

The self-contained guest-houses offer a nostalgic, old-fashioned style of country holiday – perfect for young families. Well-behaved pets are also welcome.

Linda is offering a great deal for our viewers – a 10% discount upon booking. Just mention Queensland Weekender!

Avalon Country Farm Cottages

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