|Cootharaba Sailing Club, Boreen Point|
There are picnic tables overlooking the lake near the Cootharaba Sailing Club. There is a short walk in the Boreen Point Foreshore Reserve to a viewing platform over the lake and a plaque commemorating the rescue of Eliza Fraser who survived a shipwreck in 1836.
|Boreen Point Foreshore Reserve Viewing Platform|
Boreen Point Campground
|Entry to Boreen Point Campground|
Boreen Point Campground is a Noosa Council Holiday Park on the edge of Lake Cootharaba. There are eight powered sites suitable for small caravans, an open tent campground and bush camping sites for tents and camper trailers. There is no town water but there are hot showers and flushing toilets using bore water. Small dogs may be allowed but you need to download and submit an application before booking. Although it is worth noting that dogs don't seem to be allowed on the beaches at Boreen Point.There is an excellent new dump point and bins are provided. Kayaks can be hired from the campground office. One special feature of this campground is that boats and other watercraft can be left on the beach during your stay. There is also a walkway from the campground to the historic Apollonian Hotel.
|Foreshore in the Boreen Point Campground|
|Open tent camping area|
|Bush campsites for tents and camper trailers|