No, this is not Mount Tinbeerwah. This is a picture taken from Mount Tinbeerwah. Though it's only 265 metres high, its location and relative ease of accessibility lead some tourists to go and have a look.
Another attraction is abseiling, an activity for which U-bolts have been permanently inserted for those who are so inclined (vertically, that is).
At the summit, which is reached after a 500 metre walk over mostly solid rock, there are expansive views, particularly over Noosa Heads. There are three panoramic views listing the relevant visible points. There is one side where there is no explanation. That happens to be the side you're looking at here.
It is yet another volcanic remnant, a central core remaining after all else has been eroded.
The views are aided by the solid rock which means that there is little vegetation to spoil the vista.
The mount is somewhere near Tewantin. My vagueness here is because I was dozing off in the car while Rosemarie was driving and have no idea where the turnoff is! I can tell you that it is signposted though.