The Noosa Everglades themselves are generally referred to as the River of Mirrors because of the fantastic reflections that outcome the still waters.
And because they are placed near to the upper end of the Noosa River, there are several plant and animal species that can be spotted on the below waterways, so keep your eyes peeled!
How to explore Noosa Everglades
Discovering the area through kayak is one of the top ways to get an intimate look into the ecosystem of the place and the animal species it is home to.
There are both guided and self-guided trips accessible from Booren point, providing you with the chance to glide effortlessly via the water along with the narrow network of rivers.
Go kite surfing
For something, a pretty adventurous, take to the waters on a kitesurf.
The lakes of the Noosa everglades – particularly Lake Cootharaba – are best for sailing, kite surfing, and paddling, and there are lots of windsurfing and yachting competitions held are all through the year.
Take a boat ride
If you would rather kick back and relax while exploring the place, go for one of the many boat rides that depart from Noosaville every day.
On the way, you will get professional commentary about the natural beauty of the place while getting to experience some of the calm scenes first hand.
Take a walk
Alternatively, you can explore the place by foot, meandering along with the network of trails that weave in and out of the everglades.
There is a best-unspoilt track that runs between Mill Point and Elanda Point that takes in some of the area top sights.
If you do not want your time at the Noosa Everglades to end, you can forever stay overnight and bed down under the stars.