Cooroy-Noosa Genealogical & Historical Research Group Inc.

Noosa Shire Heritage Walks - Pomona, Cooroy, Tewantin

Local town and locality histories - Cooroy, Kin Kin, Peregian Beach, Pomona, Gympie Terrace, Noosa Heads, Cooran, Tewantin, Sunrise Beach, Sunshine Beach, Marcus Beach & Castaways Beach

Free access to Family History magazines

Visit our blog to find out how to access these using your local library card

word and Excel skills

If you missed the sessions provided recently by Carmel and Roger you can access the notes from the latest blog post

News update

The Local History index now has more than 7500 entries. If you are searching for information about the Noosa Shire, its people and places be sure to visit our index.

New titles coming to Trove - more information here

  • Noosa Advocate (1911-1934)

  • Noosa Advocate and Cooroora Advocate (1929-1933);

  • Noosa News (1968-1974)

RootsTEch

No need to travel to Salt Lake City! Register for the free RootsTech Connect conference presented by Family Search.

Add these dates to your calendar to enjoy presentations by dozens of speakers from all around the world. 25 - 27 February, 2021.


Keep Learning

Is it time to update your family history skills? Do you need to revitalise your research? Read about some excellent Australian courses on our blog.

Always worth reading

Heritage Centre - Members only

The Heritage Centre has now reopened for members only on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturday mornings from 9.30 am to 1 pm with the recommended Queensland Government health requirements in place.

The Noosa Council assists community and not for profit groups by making funding available to assist with some of the general running costs. The benefit enables the Group to use its fundraising income to plan future projects for its members, visitors and the community. The Cooroy-Noosa Genealogical Group has been awarded a three year Community Alliance Grant for 2019 -2021.
The Group acknowledges and thanks Noosa Council for its support and its commitment to the many groups and community activities within the Council area.