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Itinerary
Meet at Elanda Point National Park Canoe Launch at 8:30am to begin your self-guided adventure. On arrival, there is a small amount of paperwork  that will need to be filled out. Once completed and after being fitted comfortably in your kayak, you will be shown a map and taught all of the basic skills needed for an enjoyable paddle across Lake Cootharaba to Kinaba. From here you are free to explore where ever you want within the Noosa Everglades. Discover the lesser-paddled waters of Kin Kin Creek or enjoy the company of the mighty Noosa River. Weave in and out of the small islands which dot the northern reaches of Fig Tree Lake or test your paddling stamina by heading up to the iconic Harry’s Hut for a swim in the tea colored waters. You may even use you kayak to reach a wilder bush walking track within the Cooloola recreation area. Your possibilities are endless on this remarkable adventure. Return to the starting point at Elanda Point National Park, meet your instructor, and conclude your self-guided tour at 3pm. Pickup and drop-off is available via minivan for accommodations in the Noosa Area. The vehicle can seat up to 11 passengers and has heating and air-conditioning.
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Elanda Point Education Centre & Adventure Park
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Overview

Elanda Point National Park is an ideal location to see native Australian flora and fauna and experience the Noosa Everglades. This tour saves you the hassle of navigation and provides the kayaking knowhow to cruise through these waterways at your own pace. Choose your own adventure and paddle to Harry’s hut for a dip in the tea-colored waters, discover the lesser-paddled waters of Kin Kin Creek, or explore the nearby islands.

Highlights
  • Self-guided kayaking tour in Elanda Point National Park
  • Hassle-free kayak rental
  • Freedom to explore the Noosa Everglades on your own
  • Pickup and drop-off for accommodations in the Noosa Area
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Reviewed 4 July 2018 via mobile
Beautiful views

Me and my boyfriend did a self guided tour. The map was easy to follow and steering the kayak was simple. We saw a few wildlife but it was quite rainy and cloudy. Reflections on the water were very pretty. Nice day out.

Thank Gabriella M
Reviewed 28 June 2018 via mobile
Plain beautiful!

In spite of really bad weather with wind and rain, proper clothes and a beautiful nature made it an awesome day! The equipment could be more up to date and in our opinion, the price was a bit too high. But if you are new...More

Thank Robert M
Reviewed 27 June 2018
Worst kayaking tour ever

I was questioning myself before decided to go ahead with the day due to the cold and windy weather conditions. Even asked the young chap showing us the kayak and instructions if we should go ahead. It was raining just minutes before our arrival. Kayaks...More

Thank Max K
Reviewed 4 April 2018 via mobile
Brilliant scenery

I went on a self guided tour on my own. The staff asked me beforehand if I was okay with going out there by myself and they made sure I knew where to go and how it would be like. I took off and it...More

Thank Natasha0606
Reviewed 4 April 2018
Unsafe, uncaring - do not risk it

To say the day was unsafe was an understatement, from beginning to end we all felt uneasy. First of all, the weather conditions were atrocious for semi-beginner to intermediate kayakers the winds were so high and treacherous, I was so surprised we were let out...More

Thank sophiewebber16
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