Welcome to Lake Cootharaba & Boreen Point
Cootharaba is the largest lake in the Cooloola Section of Great Sandy National Park, measuring about 5km across and 10km in length. On the western shores of the lake and at the southern edge of the national park, Boreen Point is a relaxed little community and home to one of Queensland's oldest and most atmospheric pubs. The lake is the gateway to the glassy Noosa Everglades, which lure with the offer of bushwalking, canoeing and bush camping.
From Boreen Point, a road leads another 5km to Elanda Point (unsealed for half the way).