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Lake Cootharaba

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Lake Cootharaba is a Lake on the Noosa River. It is the gateway to the Everglades, a popular tourist attraction for Noosa, being 20 km away from Noosa. The lake's major access is the town of Boreen Point, as well as the smaller camping-spot of Elanda Point.Lake Cootharaba is approximately 10 km long and 5 km wide, at an average depth of 1.5 m.

Lake Cootharaba

Lake Cootharaba is a popular spot for sailing and Boreen Point in home to the Lake Cootharaba Sailing Club. A great place to visit and stay, the camping ground at Boreen Point.

This place is good for kids and parents alike. Children can frolic in the shallow waters of the lake for hours and parents don't have to be in the water with them the whole time. Hire a catamaran or a canoe. There's the council campground at Boreen Point (just a stroll to the brilliant Apollonian Hotel) or large groups will always find room at nearby Elanda Point. Intrepid campers can load up their canoes with all the necessary gear and paddle way up the Noosa River to the everglades. Here, the water is like a black mirror and you can book private riverfront camp sites via the EPA.
Lake Cootharaba is about 10 kms long and 5 kms wide with an average depth of about 1.5 metres and is part of the Noosa River system and the Great Sandy Region.

Heading North the Noosa River extends from it's beginnings in the Cooloola catchment via the beautiful Cooloola Wetlands. Tourists should check out the Noosa River and Lake Cootharaba. The river winds down to Lake Cooroibah and beyond, Tewantin, Noosaville and to the Noosa Bar at Noosa Heads.

 
 
 
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