COOROY MOUNTAIN SPRING FESTIVAL
6.30 am - 3.00 pm Sunday 18 AUGUST 2019
314 Cooroy Mountain Road Cooroy 4563 QLD

THANK YOU to all our visitors - We will publish the results as soon as they are available 

Cooroy Mountain Spring Festival 2019

The once a year opportunity to climb Cooroy Mountain
courtesy of Peter Lavin of Wimmers and Cooroy Mountain Spring Water 


Warren O’Neill, President of the Rotary Club of Cooroy said: -
“This is a wonderful opportunity to enjoy a Sunday morning walk and get a view of our beautiful countryside from the top of Mount Cooroy."

"One hour will be ample time to walk to the top up a rocky track; a hundred metres from the top, there is a rocky slab with some great views to the West over the sunny coast hinterland and further up on the south eastern side of the summit there are views to the East from the sand patch beyond Lake Cootharaba down the Sunshine Coast to Mount Coolum.

 

Thanks to McDermott Aviation, for only $55 you will be able to take a short flight over the Mountain and see spectacular views of Cooroy, Lake MacDonald and surrounding hinterland. Children must be accompanied by an adult 

Carol Johnston, Event Organiser said:
“Before you start, enjoy billy tea and damper and a hearty BBQ breakfast and when you return sit and listen to wonderful stories from the bush while entertainment will be provided by the wonderful local Pineapple Crush Ukulele Band singing well-known songs with their own arrangements, presenting great harmonies and toe tapping rhythms and beats.”

Wholesale Solar Installers, GOLD SPONSORS of the Rainforest Walk at Cooroy Mountain Spring Festival pride themselves in giving customers the best personal service and a prompt follow up. Sourcing at wholesale cost professionally installed solar products with a lowest price guarantee. Visit their stand at the Festival on Sunday 18 August 2019

Another chance to buy raffle tickets for a camper trailer worth $21,225

 

Camper Trailer Raffle

Last year thanks to the generosity of visitors to the Festival the Rotary Club of Cooroy was able to donate over $30,000 to good causes including local disability support group, Sunshine Butterflies based in Tewantin, Queensland Drought Appeal, Cooroy SES and Black Mountain Rural Fire Brigade and many more.