Sit back and relax

Habitat Noosa and Everglades Eco Camp is the perfect place to sit back, relax and reconnect with nature.

Situated amongst 65 acres of National Park, abundant with wildlife and perched on the edge of Lake Cootharaba. With powered and unpowered campsites available and there’s even waterfront camping with a lakeside view. The onsite Glamping options provide a high level of comfort, with some of the luxuries of home.

The CootharaBAR and bistro is open seven days with dishes inspired by the freshest, local produce and the onsite micro brewery offers up to eight artesian beers on tap.

There is a handful of activities to choose from, including watercraft hire to walking treks.

The Eco Camp is the gateway to one of only two everglades on the planet where you can cruise through the network of pristine waterways known as the “River of Mirrors”, witness landscapes untouched for thousands of years and experience the true beauty of the Everglades system. The morning tour has an optional canoe leg, or enjoy a glass of beer or bubbles onboard the afternoon cruise. Both tours include expert commentary and amazing photo opportunities.

Give us a day and we will give you memories for life.

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