Boreen Point Foreshore Reserve is a tranquil destination ideal for a relaxing getaway by the lake.
The property is owned by the Noosa Council, purchased under the Conservation Levy Program in order to conserve the delicate foreshore ecosystem on the edges of Lake Cootharaba.
Boreen Point Foreshore Reserve, Historical Wharf, Seating, Walking Path
From Boreen Point Foreshore Reserve, there are tons of things to explore in the Noosa River area. Lake Cootharaba is a popular destination here, renowned for its scenic coastal views and terrific water sports. Come for a few hours of kite surfing, paddling, sailing, kayaking, or canoeing – simply the best way to explore the lake. During certain times of the year, yachting and windsurfing competitions are held at Lake Cootharaba.
Lake Cootharaba is also the biggest lake in the Noosa River and serves as your gateway to other destinations including the Everglades as well as the Great Sandy National Park. The facilities here include camping and an RV park, food and cafes, barbecues, walking tracks, mountain bike trails, car parks, showers, toilets, and a children’s playground.
Not to be missed are the Noosa Everglades, which make up one of the Earth’s only two everglade systems. If you love nature and the great outdoors, this is a must-visit! Authentic wilderness and wonderful attractions, the Everglades is home to a 60km stretch of waters that were given the nickname, River of Mirrors because of the incredible reflections on the water. The best way to explore the Everglades is through guided or self-guided kayak and SUP tours.
Other top attractions from the Boreen Point Foreshore Reserve include the Cooloola Sandpatch and High Dunes, Mill Point, and Lake Weyba.