Historical Coast pub hits the market
It might be 106 years old, but the Kin Kin Pub still has a lot of life left in her - and for a seven-figure cheque, it could be yours.
Part pub, part museum, the Country Life Hotel showcases the region's history with photos of yesteryear proudly adorned on the pub walls.
A pub where even horses have been known to wet their whistle, business broker Ron Currey said the new owner would be buying a pub with plenty of personality.
"If these walls could talk, they could tell some stories that's for sure," he said.
Built in 1914, the pub has a large bistro, six charming bed and breakfast rooms and a restored barn function area for up to 200 people to complement the historic front bar.
Ideally the recently renovated country pub would suit an owner-operator or a chef keen to attract tourists and locals alike.
"It could be one of those places that gets people out of Noosa," Mr Currey said.
"It could be a foodies paradise."
The Kin Kin Country Life Hotel is on the market for $1,1 million