Float away for ideal break

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NOOSA Lux­ury Afloat House­boat hire is the only true waterfront hol­i­day ac­com­mo­da­tion on the Noosa River.

No li­cence or pre­vi­ous ex­pe­ri­ence is nec­es­sary.

Whether it’s over­look­ing the tran­quil scenes of na­ture or the glit­ter of the restau­rant strip along the Noosa River, en­joy a hol­i­day on Lux­ury Afloat’s well-main­tained house­boats.

Cruise your house­boat up the Noosa River through Lake Cooroibah then fur­ther along the river. Stop and dan­gle a line over the side to catch a few fish for lunch.

There are many fish­ing holes on the way to Lake Cootharaba.

When you ar­rive at the lake on your house­boat, visit Boreen Point, a quaint lake­side vil­lage and home of the fa­mous Apol­lo­nian pub.

Travel fur­ther up the lake and moor your house­boat near Elanda Point. Hire a ca­noe and ex­plore the mys­ti­cal Ever­glades where na­ture is mir­rored per­fectly in its deep, dark wa­ters. Or go to the beach.

An­chor your house­boat at Tee­wah Land­ing and stroll through sand dunes to the sea. Drop a crab pot over the side in the evening and have crab for din­ner.

Or if you are tired of na­ture, head back to­wards Noosa in your house­boat and do some restau­rant hop­ping along the river at Noosav­ille.

Lux­ury Afloat Noosa sup­plies all the linen (in­cludes sheets, pil­lows, doonas, tow­els), all kitchen equip­ment, crock­ery and cut­lery.

There’s a fridge, freezer, eskies, a gas bar­be­cue, and a 3md­inghy (with out­board). All you need to take is food and drink, clothes, a towel, fish­ing gear and a pos­i­tive at­ti­tude.

Lux­ury AfloatNoosa has book­ings on six, eight and 10-berth boats for af­ter Jan­uary 7.

LUX­URY HOUSE­BOAT: En­joy a hol­i­day aboard a Lux­ury Afloat Noosa house­boat this sum­mer hol­i­days.

RE­LAX ABOARD: En­joy a cruise aboard a Lux­ury Afloat house­boat.

ALL ABOARD: Throw in a line from your boat, or hop in for a swim.

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