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Boreen Point

The beautiful, picturesque hinterland township of Boreen Point sits along the western shore of Lake Cootharaba and south of the Great Sandy National Park.

Its amazing lake-side location makes it a favourite destination for canoeing, kayaking, sail boarding, fishing, and other recreational water activities.

Boreen Point Camping Accommodation – Campground, Qld

There is an open spaced camping ground and caravan park within Lake Cootharaba Bushland Reserve available for camping enthusiasts. There are also hinterland trails worth exploring; including the Noosa Trail Network which has eight trails passing through State Forests, National Parks and nature reserves. Camp visitors can also follow the Tewantin Heritage Walk, visit the Mill Point Settlement, or shop at the Noosa Farmers Market or the Eumundi Market.

Part of the charm of Boreen Point is the Apollonian hotel; a historic music hall built in 1868 during the Goldfields era. Although the structure was not originally built at its present site, details of the old pub and the other buildings has been faithfully recreated and restored on site. Guests will enjoy their affordable pub-style meals, sweeping verandas and hotel style accommodation in restored railway quarters.

For those looking for a fantastic day trip, take a drive up to the Great Sandy National Park, a breathtaking park that stretches over 56,000 hectares. The national park is popular for its fascinating landscape and extensive beaches. High sand dunes, sweeping beaches, freshwater lakes, tall forests, paperbark swamps and wildflower heath are the main attraction at this beautiful national park. Thousands of visitors come here each year to relax and enjoy nature at its best.

Popular activities within the national park include walking trails, scenic drives, hiking, canoeing, picnicking and camping. The best way to see Cooloola is by walking or four-wheel-driving as Cooloola’s sand tracks are rough. You can also access Cooloola by travelling up the Noosa River by kayak or small boat which can be hired from the Boreen Point and Elanda Point private camping areas.

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