Boreen Point and Elanda Point are the gateway to the upper Noosa River, the Noosa Everglades and the Great Sandy National Park. Boreen Point is a small township on Queensland's largest natural saltwater lake, Lake Cootharaba, just 30 minutes from Noosa Heads. It's a perfect setting for sailing, kayaking and spotting an array of native wildlife including kangaroos and birds.
Explore Boreen Point and Elanda point by car, kayak or boat, and check out the hidden array of eco wilderness accommodation on offer in the area.
The area is perfect for nature lovers and families. Lake Cootharaba is very shallow, making it a safe place to swim, kayak and play. There are a number of popular spots for camping and fishing, and the area has its own brewery and historic pub.
Pull up a luxe glamping spot at Habitat Noosa, or pitch your own tent on the sprawling property, and use this as your base to explore the Noosa Everglades. One of only two everglades' systems in the world, this serene wilderness spot boasts 40% of our native bird species and smooth, mirror-like waters.
Boreen Point and Elanda Point are havens for water lovers! Whether it is sailing, kayaking, windsurfing, swimming or fishing, you'll be sure to find something to keep you and the little ones entertained. Travel back in time and visit historic Mill Point, a former sawmill and township. It is an easy 2.5km walk from Elanda Point.
Lake Cootharaba is Queensland's biggest natural saltwater lake. The lake is 10km long and 5km wide and is the gateway to Australia's only everglades system. The area is perfect for nature lovers and families, with this shallow lake making it a safe place to swim, kayak and play.
A popular spot for camping, fishing and family fun with historic pubs, wildlife encounters and lakeside bliss.
This is Elanda and Boreen Point
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