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One Day Noosa Everglades Guided Kayak Tour

Experience the serenity and diversity of the Noosa Everglades water ways which includes: Lake Cootharaba, Kinaba, Fig Tree Lake and the upper Noosa River also known as the river of mirrors. 25 minutes North of Noosa on the Sunshine Coast this is a popular day tour from Noosa. This truly sustainable tour requires a medium level of fitness and includes professional guide, sea kayaks, all equipment, a delicious lunch, organic freshly brewed coffee and an adventure of a lifetime. This tour is suitable for adults and families with teenagers. Don’t worry, teenagers will love it as there is an adventure at every turn. It is a fabulous way to ‘disconnect from devices’, connect as a family and is often voted the highlight of many family holidays. Backpackers and other independent adult travellers really enjoy this tour and this is reflected in our consistently 5 star reviews on Trip Advisor, Google and Social media.

Duration:  8.30 am until 3.00 pm. Guided Tours available Thursdays and Saturdays – with groups of 3 or more other days maybe arranged 

Inclusions: Kayaking and Safety Equipment, Professional Tour Guide, healthy and delicious Lunch and a true kayaking adventure!
Highlights: Kinaba Information Centre, Noosa Everglades, The Narrows, swim in the tannin (tea) coloured waters of the upper Noosa River and explore the pristine wilderness of the Noosa Everglades.
Itinerary: Meet at Elanda Point canoe launching area’s car park. On arrival you are given your equipment for the day, then down to the kayak launch site and we settle you into your expedition sea kayak, teaching you all the basic skills for an enjoyable paddle across the Lake Cootharaba to Kinaba. Stop for deliciously catered picnic lunch at Fig Tree Point, the tour continues into the Upper Noosa River, through the section known as ‘the Narrows or River of Mirrors’. Here the river narrows and the water of the Noosa River is so still that it reflects everything it sees, just like a mirror! You can sometimes paddle all the way to the iconic Harry’s Hut, where you can enjoy a refreshing swim beside the old fisherman’s hut. On the journey home, if the wind is blowing in a favourable direction, there is a chance to put sails onto the kayaks and sail the crossing of Lake Cootharaba, back to the launch site.

What to Bring and Wear:
• Personal water bottle filled
• Please wear shoes that can get wet – flip flops are fine
• Sun smart clothing (Rashie & board shorts- swim wear)
• Sunscreen, hat and sunglasses
• Insect Repellent
• Wind proof jacket/rain coat, warm clothing – depending on weather
• Camera, mobile phone 
• Change of clothes and shoes to return home & towel

Adult – $189   Child 16 under – $105