Noosa River, Tewantin to Boreen Point

Noosa River, Tewantin to Boreen Point

 

The paddle

 

Wooroi Creek, Noosa River upstream to Lake Cooroibah, across Lake Cooroibah and upstream on the Noosa River between Lake Cooroibah and Lake Cootharaba. Mixture of tree lined banks and agricultural land. On the left bank between the two lakes there are some cottage developments.

 

How to get there

 

Tewantin / Boreen Point Section Ð Tewantin Ferry location at the northern end of Moorindil Street, Tewantin and Johns Landing  at the end of Johns Road off Lake Cooroibah Road. Toilets are available at both locations.

 

What to expect Ð water conditions, etc

 

Tidal currents can be strong in this section of the Noosa River, especially between the two lakes. On the lakes the water can become choppy at short notice if the winds pick up strength. Suitable for most crafts.

 

Distance/Time to allow

 

You can tailor your paddles to the time that you have available. You can organise interesting paddles of 2 to 4 hours in duration.

 

Camping facilities, accommodation, etc

 

There are a range of camping and accommodation choices available in the Sunshine Coast area.

 

Other attractions in the area

 

Fishing. Surf. A number of other creeks and rivers. National Parks and natural environments. Cruises and other attractions.

 

Other useful information

 

Further information on this area can be located through this website:

 

www.sunshinecoast.org

Suncoast Seniors Recreational Kayak Club and the Sunshine Coast Canoe Club both  regularly paddle in this area if you are local joining the club is a good way to find out about other secret canoe trips and to enjoy the company of like minded paddlers.