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Information About Cooroy, QLD
Cooroy is a town and a locality in the Shire of Noosa, Queensland, Australia, but between 2008 and 2013 it was in Sunshine Coast Region.
Cooroy has an attractive classic village center but has also been modernized in some respects. Cooroy’s facilities include a hotel and a golf club. The Cooroy Motel is a 3-star accommodation directly opposite the train station. Noosa Botanical Garden is located at Lake MacDonald just outside the village. The Noosa District High School and Cooroy State Primary School are also located in Cooroy.
Cooroy is in the hinterland of the northern Sunshine Coast hinterland about 22 kilometres (14 mi) west of Noosa Heads. The Bruce Highway runs through the locality from south-east to north-west, bypassing the town. The Cooroy Noosa Road (State Route 6) runs north through the town from the Bruce Highway, then turns east.
Cooroy’s name came from Mount Cooroy, which was originally called Coorooey, from an Aboriginal word for possum, kurui.
The area was explored by timber-cutters as early as 1863. Cooroy’s main industry developed from timber, having two operating sawmills, into dairying and fruit growing. In 1915, a butter factory opened.
Cooroy railway station was opened in 1891 and in the same year a post office opened. A town survey was conducted in 1907.
Cooroy State School opened in 1909. Cooroy West State School opened in 1911 but closed in 1962.
The Anglican Church of the Holy Nativity was dedicated on 21 March 1914 by Archdeacon Henry Le Fanu. That church was destroyed by a cyclone on 19 February 1954. On Sunday 7 November 1954 Archbishop Reginald Halse dedicated the new church.
On 23 January 1961 a secondary department was added to Cooroy State School until the Cooroy State High School was opened as a separate school on 23 January 1963. In 1967 it became Noosa District State High School. In 2007, it was Cooroora Secondary College at Pomona which was merged into Noosa District State High School, with the Pomona campus being used for the younger students and Cooroy campus being used for the older students.
Noosa Christian College opened on 28 January 2003 as a primary school with 37 students. In 2007 it expanded to offer secondary classes.
The town was bisected by the Bruce Highway until a bypass was built in 1994.
The Cooroy Library opened in 2010.
To this day, Cooroy bills itself as the “Heart of the Hinterland”, for its vibrant communal creativity and tranquil country hospitality.