SPACE FOR UNFORGETTABLE EXPERIENCES See how GENTS camp uses the Cooroibah grounds to create the ultimate holiday camp for boys.

About Us

Rest, Relaxation & Renewal

Situated on 123 acres of picturesque bushland, SU QLD’s Camp Cooroibah on the Sunshine Coast is open exclusively to groups we partner with for the purposes of our Christian mission – small or large churches, Christian youth organisations, and schools with an SU QLD Chaplain. The campsite is not available to the general public. With a rich heritage hosting hundreds of Christian camps, the property marks a serene corner of coastal Queensland. SU QLD’s heart is to see the campsite used in furtherance of our mission and as a place of rest, relaxation, and renewal. If your goal is to disconnect with the world and spend quality time in a community, then this is the campsite for you!

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At SU QLD, We believe that children and young people matter deeply to God and deserve a life of meaning and purpose. Our VISION is to see each child and young person connected and supported in community, serving others, and experiencing fullness of life.

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Fifteen cabins, bunk dorms and A-frame buildings offer 140 beds, with capacity for more through tent camping sites (tents not provided). Mattresses are provided in all rooms.



These one bedroom cabins sleep 3-5 people, depending on cabin size.

8 rooms available with Single Mattresses,
Wardrobe, Ceiling fans, Tiled floor.

A-Frame Bunk Rooms

A-Frame buildings with bedrooms containing bunk beds which will sleep up to 5 in each.

8 rooms available with Single Mattresses, Wardrobe, Ceiling fans, Tiled floor.

A-Frame Platforms

A-Frame buildings contain sleeping
platforms which will sleep up to 18 in each

5 rooms available, Single Mattresses, Electricity, Ceiling fans, Tiled floor.



Camp Kitchen

The self-catering kitchen is well equipped for you to be creative with your own food!

The kitchen features two large gas ovens (six burners each), two electric ovens, one fridge/freezer, one double sink and a hand wash basin, two preparation tables, as well as a range of general smaller appliances. Campers will need to supply plates, bowls and cups.

Outside the camp kitchen, there is an undercover independent wash up station, in which many hands can make quick work of dirty dishes!

Main Shed ("Pole Barn")

The campsite features a multi-purpose outdoor pole barn ideal for eating and group gatherings, with tables and chairs able to seat 150 plus people.

A permanent stage is situated at one end of the barn – groups will need to provide their own sound equipment. An inbuilt data projector screen is also available for use.

Conference Hall

Lennox Hall is a recent addition to the site, and built in 2016. The hall has room for large gatherings with seating capacity for more than 200.

There is a stage equipped with sound equipment and an inbuilt data projector screen.

Meeting Room

A meeting room is available with a large lounge area.

Large Oval

Situated next to the main shed is a large oval ideal for soccer, footy, cricket or other team building activities.

Swimming Pool

A 15m swimming pool available for use at camps. The pool will remain locked at all times to ensure safety regulations are met, controlled by a key designated to a group leader. Adult supervision is required when using the pool.

Basketball Court

Full-sized basketball and volleyball courts are available for use at any time. Groups will need to provide their own sporting equipment (e.g. basketballs, volleyballs, etc.) as none is stored on-site.

Picnic Tables


Campfire pits


Washing Machine


Disabled facilities


Camp Cooroibah Site Map

Download a copy of the Camp Cooroibah Map
to help navigate yourself around the camp grounds.


Bill and Darryn are looking forward to welcoming groups at the site and making their stay as comfortable as possible.  The boys are also busy making campsite improvements, recently building picnic tables, installing new beds and mattresses site-wide, and keeping the grounds beautiful.

Bill Howard

Bill Howard

“I think what people like the best about Cooroibah Campsite is that it feels like it’s a million miles from anywhere, and when it’s quiet, the serenity is second to none.  All you hear is animals, trees, and the wind. It really feels like hallowed ground, and it just feels comfortable being here.”

Darryn Windolf

Darryn Windolf



Location & Nearby Attractions

Noosa Township & Beaches

Camp Cooroibah is located just 20 minutes from Noosa and it’s range of famous beaches.

Lake Cootharaba

Go fishing, kite surfing or paddling, hire a canoe or kayak and explore the expansive and serene waters of Lake Cootharaba, home to a variety of spectacular wildlife. Lake Cootharaba is the largest lake on the Noosa River, and is part of the system that leads to the gateway to the upper Noosa River, the Everglades and the Great Sandy National Park.

Mt Tinbeerwah

Located in Tewantin National Park, an easy 1km hike to the top is rewarded by spectacular panoramic 360 degree views with magnificent views over Noosa and the Pacific Ocean. A perfect time to go is late afternoon to check out the beautiful sunsets.

Noosa National Park

Noosa National Park is loved by locals and tourists alike.

Explore 15 kilometres of walking tracks of all grades.  Discover some of Queensland’s most picturesque scenery, dolphins in the ocean at Boiling Point and Dolphin Point, walk coastal tracks to the Fairy Pools and thunderous waves crashing into the rocks below Hell’s Gates

We are located 20 Minutes from Noosa.


We've been coming to SU Cooroibah for more than 10 years and it's fair to say it has had a huge impact on the way we plan and run our event, and how we've been able to grow over that time. There is plenty of space for all of our games, and we make good use of the dam, the pool, the oval, the bushland, and the new Lennox Hall is spacious and very usable. So many memories have been made in the Pole Barn, and it's difficult to estimate how many key life-changing moments have happened in that place for so many of our participants over the years. We love coming back here; it always feels like home.

Sandy Bickerton - GENTS Camp Director

See how GENTS camp uses the Cooroibah grounds to create the ultimate holiday camp for boys

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the capacity of the campsite?

The campsite can host 140 people in cabin accommodation, and many more if the tent camping sites are used.

How do I get to the campsite?

The campsite is located at 761 McKinnon Dr, Cooroibah – a 15 minute drive from Noosa’s CBD.

If using a GPS to find the site, go via Tewantin (not ‘Old Tewantin Road’) otherwise you’ll be directed via a dirt road which can be disconcerting if you’re travelling at night!

Does the campsite have Wi-Fi internet access?

No it does not. The campsite provides a great opportunity to disconnect from technology and get back to basics. In case of an emergency, a landline phone is available at the caretaker’s residence.

Is there a first aid kit on-site? Do I need to bring a first aid kit?

Camping groups must provide their own first aid kits when coming on-site. Basic first aid kits are located in the kitchen and caretakers hut, but should only be used for emergencies.

Is there an additional cost to use the showers and amenities?

No – guests staying at our campsite can shower and use the amenities for free, as this cost is covered in the booking fees.

Are there laundry facilities on-site?

There is a coin-operated washing machine on-site.

Is bedding included with the rooms?

Mattresses are provided. Linen and pillows are not provided.

Are there BBQs, camp kitchens and fridges available for use on the campsite?

Yes – there are two wood-fired BBQs, as well as a well-equipped indoor camp kitchen, featuring two large gas ovens (six burners each), two electric ovens, one fridge/freezer, one double sink and a hand wash basin, two preparation tables, as well as a range of general smaller appliances. You will need to supply plates, bowls and cups.

Are the tenting campsites powered?

No – generators are also not permitted due to noise restrictions.

Are campfires permitted?

In accordance with the QLD rural fire service, fires smaller than 2×2 cubic metres are permitted at the campsite. (Conditions Permitting) Fires must be contained to designated fire areas and have approval from SU QLD’s on-site manager. Groups are permitted to bring chopped firewood on-site, but are not allowed to bring axes.

Is there an ice machine? Also, can I refill my empty gas bottle on-site?

There is not, however there is a petrol station five minutes drive from the campsite where you can purchase ice and refill empty gas bottles.

Where is the closest shopping precinct / grocery store?

Tewantin Woolworths is a 10 minute drive from the campsite.

Is there a lake or river I can fish at on-site?

There’s no lakes or rivers suitable for fishing on-site. Noosa’s beaches are great fishing spots and located no more than a 20 minute drive from the camp grounds.

There is a dam in the camping groups which can be used for inflatable games; however, no swimming is permitted.

Is there a dump point on-site?

There is no available dump point on-site.

Are pets allowed at the campsite?

Because of the wildlife and bush nature of the Camping Ground, no animals or pets may be brought onto the Camping Ground, except for guide dogs and approved genuine personal assistance animals (which must be kept under the user’s control while on site).

How close is the campsite to the beach?

The campsite is a 20 minute drive from Noosa’s range of beaches.