Elandra Point to Campsite 4 via Noosa River Paddle Route

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Great Sandy National Park

Elandra Point to Campsite 4 via Noosa River Paddle Route is a 21.1 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Boreen Point, Queensland, Australia that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.

Length21.1 miElevation gain1,194 ftRoute typeOut & back
BackpackingCampingFishingNature tripsPaddle sportsBird watchingForestRiverWildlifeBugsNo dogs
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This is a multi-day backpacking paddling route up the Noosa River. A reasonable itinerary is to take 2 days, using the first day to reach Camp 4 and the second day returning to the initial launch area at Elanda Point. You can extend this for more days by continuing to paddle the Upper Noosa River all the way up to Camp 15. Mobile reception can be patchy so be prepared to navigate if needed, also be prepared to be self sufficient and leave no trace by carrying everything back out again with you.

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Alexander Gibbs
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Kyran C
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Alexander Gibbs
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P P
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Kayak trip with hike to cooloola sandblow. Started at Harry's hut, easy paddling, stayed at camp 13 the first night, paddled up to camp 15 for a look and a fish, beautiful spot, paddled back to camp 3 to hike 12km return sandblow, amazing spot, easy walk. Stayed the night at camp 4 (great camp). paddled back to Harry's hut.

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Jason Vickers
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Tobi Klo
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Tobi Klo
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