Escape to Noosa River, enjoy a cruise along the everglades, swim in the pristine waters, explore the region with a guided boardwalk and end your full-day tour with an Aussie BBQ.
- Cruise along the unspoiled waterways of the Everglades
- Enjoy a morning tea with freshly baked scones, jam and cream
- Bird and wildlife along the Noosa River
- Educational commentary on Noosa region and local wildlife
- Enjoy a BBQ lunch at Harry's Hut
- Opportunity to have a swim and enjoy a nature walk
- Plenty of photo opportunities
- Hotel pickup from centrally located Noosa and Caloundra hotels
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You'll be picked up from your centrally located Caloundra and Noosa hotel to board the wilderness cruise through the Noosa River Everglades. The vessel is fully licensed and offers a top sundeck for uninterrupted views.
Visit the Kinaba Information Centre, a unique center built on a boardwalk above the wetlands. The Everglades is often called the River of Mirrors - tranquil and unspoiled waterways which you will cruise through whilst enjoying and photographing the wonderful scenery aboard the Cooloola Queen.
After your cruise, barbecue lunch is catered for at Harry's Hut picnic site with a superb selection of meat, fish, fresh salads, crusty bread and a glass of wine.
Reviewed by Carmen J, October 2012
This is the most serene trip one could ever take. The sights from the boat, the lovely luscious vegetation along the river was an amazing sight. The guide full of funny interesting stories. Worth every cent!
Reviewed by John G, October 2012
It was a great value days excursion with Andy the skipper who kept everyone entertained with good humour and considerable wildlife knowledge. The BBQ lunch at Harrys Hut prior to the journey back to Noosa was spot on. Very nice indeed. Being an amateur photographer I was kept busy with the camera capturing the abundant wildlife and beautiful reflections on the still waters we were passing through.