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Noosa River anchorage, Queensland
Australia

Anchored in the Noosa River is an ideal place for the shallow draft cruising catamaran. Protected waters of the river, services, 100+ coffee shops, restaurants, nearby surf beach and all manner of facilities. As it is shallow and relatively narrow there is an absence of large power boats and their disturbing power waves - and that could be the best feature of all.

The waterway is otherwise hole to a range of bird life and fish as the important eco system extends to Lake Cootharaba and beyond, lined with mangrove and native bush.

On any given day there is also fisherman, stand up paddlers, pontoon boats and other rental craft that hardly disturb.

Copyright: John nayler
Type: Cylindrical
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Uploaded: 13/10/2012
Atualizado: 09/04/2014
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Tags: noosa river; noosa heads; queensland
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