Habitat Noosa
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Habitat Noosa

Lake Flat Rd. Elanda Point, Boreen Point, Queensland 4565 Australia
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Kangaroos and other wildlife are very close - two male kangaroos fighting at night made quite an incredible sound.
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3.5
#2 of 2 campsites in Boreen Point
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Habitat Noosa Everglades Eco Camp is located 25 minutes from Noosa, set amongst 65 acres of National Park and perched on the edge of picturesque Lake Cootharaba. With an array of accommodation options from campsites (powered and unpowered) to Glamping tents there is a solution to suit all guest comfort levels. Boasting a number of waterfront activities from stand up paddle boards, canoes, wave skis, kayaks and tinnie hire to the exciting sport of frisbee golf in a bushland setting. The Great Sandy National Park location extends a number of walking trails where you can get up close and personal with the abundant wildlife and discover the rich history of the region. The CootharaBAR & Bistro dishes are inspired by the regions fresh, local produce and the Micro brewery, boasts 11 tasty beers brewed onsite. The Eco Camp is the gateway to 1 of only 2 everglades in the world, where the tea tree infused waterways and ancient rainforests provide a truly memorable tour experience. Habitat Noosa Everglades Eco Camp is the ultimate Accessible Wilderness Experience!
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Free parking
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Canoeing
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
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Meeting rooms
Outdoor furniture
Picnic area
Restaurant
Breakfast available
Shared kitchen
Self-serve laundry
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Non-smoking rooms
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4.0 of 5 stars
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Lake Flat Rd. Elanda Point, Boreen Point, Queensland 4565 Australia
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Jessica P wrote a review Jul 2020
Brisbane, Australia2 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
We booked months prior to our stay requesting specific allocated sites. I was happy to look elsewhere should the site I wanted not be available but i was given a date of 4 nights that it was, so we booked the requested site.
We then learned the sites and whole park layout had changed 2 weeks prior to our stay. I tried multiple times to make contact but emails were generally left unanswered so I finally called, my booking had changed and there was absolutely no way it could be changed to a more suitable site.
When we arrived the site was certainly very average and cramped, with spare sites everywhere.
Apparently the new site layout was due to COVID 19 social distancing...very clever, but clearly untrue.
The water then was cut off continually over our stay, the toilets would be filled with waste every time you used them until the water came back on. This is not appropriate during a pandemic.
I understand that this was most likely out of your control, but there was no communication to anyone on the campsite about this. I asked at the restaurant what the situation was and the manager was rude and dismissive.
I went to have a shower the next morning and when I was told by another man that the water was off again, I enquired as to when it would be on, and was met with the words, "How would I know, I only just started work."
Full credit and praise goes to your exceptional cleaning staff who had to continually clean up the filth in the toilets each time.
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Date of stay: July 2020
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Response from Wayne Poole, Marketing at Habitat Noosa
Responded 27 Jul 2020
Thank you Jess P for visiting our eco cam and for your honest review, which contains numerous elements, all of which will be passed directly onto our senior management. The rainfall and wet grounds are outside of our control, and being based inside a pristine national park, especially one which is next to a lake & river system, there is limited ability for rainfall to run off. Other camping grounds outside of a national park, may be able to put in structural drainage however our national environment limits this type of activity. The ducks, magpies, kookaburras, blue faced honey eaters and kangaroo joeys love drinking the fresh rainwater in the puddles. I would like to apologise for the unexpected water problems you mentioned, the first water issue happened on the Wednesday which was a burst pipe down near our beach area ( outdoor showers for guest coming out of the water ). Our GM called our Plumber who came to Habitat Noosa and repaired the pipe, however the plumber needed to turn off the water for a number of hours. That afternoon water was flowing again allowing our guests to enjoy nice warm showers that night and the next morning. Sadly after lunch the next day (Thursday) the eco camp’s main water source pump failed which was entirely unexpected. This pump provides 100% of the water to our eco camp, whilst our maintenance team check these pumps daily as part of our preventative measures procedures, sometimes pumps fail without notice. When the main water supply pump failed, we called our plumber who inspected & tested the faulty pump and determined that a new pump would need to be installed. We had to then source and collect a new replacement pump, pull out the old faulty pump. Sadly the installation & priming of this new large volume replacement pump which took longer than the couple of hours we initially anticipated. After communicating with our plumber we contacted Kennards Hire who were able to supply & deliver every portable toilets they could fit on their truck and trailer and delivered as soon as possible. These were installed at numerous locations around our eco camp and within minutes of the portable toilets being installed, the plumber had the new bore pump operating and our park had fully operational bathrooms facilities. I joined numerous other staff members and tried to advise as many guests as possible that our toilets were fully operational again. We welcome direct guest feedback (like yours) as it allows us to improve for future guests and I can advise that we have proactively engaged external water pump and water supply experts who have commenced an even more detailed and comprehensive preventative maintenance program as we do not want this water supply failure to happen again. For the record it hasn’t happened in the two years we have been running our Habitat Noosa eco camp and I understand the water supply was flowing for decades with the previous school camp operator. This week we also engaged an independent expert pump company ( e.g. The Pump House ) to bring their most experienced pump experts to Habitat Noosa to inspect our water infrastructure and I’m pleased to advise we have made changes to avoid this unfortunate operational issue happening in the future. Interestingly they actually discovered that the company who installed the plumbing for our Glamping Tent had incorrectly installed a critical operational part incorrectly, which answers the question why the high water alarm was activating around our brand new glamping tents and the toilets had the bubbling effect. So we have addressed the operational water supply issues you experienced and we are so very sorry you had to experience these unexpected faults. To thank you for your feedback and for any inconvenience caused by the water outages during your stay we would like to invite you to return to Habitat Noosa so you enjoy a relaxing fault free stay ( something our team strive to deliver 365 days a year). We unfortunately cannot change mother nature and her rainfall, nor can we change the remaining water left on the ground because this is one of the unique elements of our eco camp. Thank you for understanding our side of the situation. Our family owned and operated business is trying our best during this COVID pandemic and even though our team are on Job Keeper Program (reduced hours) we thrive on customer feedback and should you wish to discuss your stay or this response in greater detail we invite you to contact either our General Manager, Matt Cook, ( matt@ecoqld.com ) or Wayne, Business Development Manager ( wayne@ecoqld.com ) or mobile (0417) 152751
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TassieLondon wrote a review Dec 2020
Brisbane, Australia111 contributions37 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed in a Paperbark tent (glamping). A great experience and is as good as camping gets (but it is still camping). Looking at all the tents, it seemed they all had 1 x large bed and 1 x double decker bunk beds. If you don't want the bunk beds in the tent, i would suggest you ask for them to be removed. The information on the website says the tents contain fresh linen, bar fridge, tea/coffee facilities. We ended up bringing more than we needed. Fresh linen includes sheets, towels and tea towels. Also included are unbreakable plates, wine glasses, water glasses and cutlery. There are no mugs or cups for tea/coffee, a kind of takeaway mug is provided. Dishwashing liquid is also provided and bathroom amenities. The restaurant on site is really good - if you are there over a weekend you need to book. Also the Appollonia pub at Boreen Point is a typical Queensland pub and has a good bistro menu. The camp kitchen isn't really up to scratch, the bbq didn't get hot, so either bring your own cooking equipment or eat at the restaurant or pub.
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Date of stay: November 2020
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
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Response from Wayne Poole, Marketing at Habitat Noosa
Responded 18 Jan 2021
TassieLondon Thanks for your feedback on your stay in our Glamping Tents and I wanted to advise that based on your feedback our maintenance department looked into our camp kitchen BBQ hot plates and have fixed them, we have also added extra sinks and facilities to our eco camp.
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Trimma wrote a review Sept 2020
Sunshine Coast65 contributions43 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Near new park, glamping tents (expensive), solar powered sites and non powered sites. Many sites have shady trees. Nice casual restaurant and bar with good out door area, only open Fri-Sun. Food nice but not cheap. Brewery is just the bar. I like boutique beers but wasn't fussed about theirs. Park has limited things to do, set on a lake with tea-tree stained water and flat bush walking/bike tracks, so take water sports gear & bikes. Low area with tea trees nearby so could be mozzie/bity haven in summer and after a wet period.Camp kitchen very basic- 2 bbq plates (one didn't work) one microwave (only worked 1min at a time), toaster, jug, 2 sinks, not much in seating. Water is drinkable but probably better boiled or take drinking water. One set of showers for whole park plus one other set of toilets. Sites near toilets can be smelly as a septic/eco type system. Removed from other places of interest.
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Date of stay: August 2020
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Response from Wayne Poole, Marketing at Habitat Noosa
Responded 13 Oct 2020
Dear Trimma Thank you for your review and I wanted to clarify a few issues just for people reading your review, Habitat Noosa offered “filtered” drinkable Artesian bore water, which is safe to drink, Our 65 acre eco camp offer multiple showers and toilet blocks and I’m pleased to advise that last month one of the multiple toilet and shower facilities underwent a totally renovated, with 6 brand new toilet and 6 brand new showers near our Wilderness Tents which is open for every guest to use during their stay. Whilst our camp kitchen is mainly for cooking and cleaning we have multiple seating areas down near the lake front along the beach which we believe delivers closer views of beautiful Lake Cootharaba. Thank you again for your review which will be shared with our Senior Leadership team for suggestions for our ongoing & future eco camp improvements. Regards Wayne Marketing Dept
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Jim R wrote a review Feb 2022
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We recently spent 4 nights at this Eco Habitat. Firstly the term as relates to this location surely refers to “economy”. We realise the entrance is a national parks road however the habitat road before and after the boom gate/s is even worse with not potholes BUT craters in it.
We had booked an alleged “grass caravan site” with power and water. There was some grass on the site but what was there was in sparse patches between 20 and 30 centimetres tall with the remainder sandy dirt. It had not been mown or attended to for some considerable time. However, the “glamping area” was freshly mown. Must be the money talking here although the weekend unpowered caravan sites can be up to $70.00 per night. What a joke and absolute rip-off.
Furthermore the site was not level with some dead overhanging gum tree branches above the caravan and surrounds. Tree trimming of dead branches for guest safety clearly not on the agenda. Site drainage was non-existent with water turning the earth into mud after the rain on the Saturday night.
The sites are close together with hardly any room between them both sideways and back to front. The site behind ours crept into our designated space setting up 2 sleeping swags to get some room.
The toilet and shower facilities were dirty and very minimal. There were approximately 150 caravans/tents in the camping area with a main toilet block. The male toilet had no urinal and only 6 or 7 cubicles for use by the men. The male toilets smelt terribly
The female toilets were disgusting, smelly and unkempt according to the ladies in our group. Both male and female toilets were old and in urgent need of an upgrade and general maintenance such as cleaning the insect screens on the windows which were caked in filth.
The showers at about 6pm to 7pm were cold, no hot water at all. The shower heads were very poor in the amount of water they let out not much more that a trickle. The only way to get hot water for a shower was to shower at about 4pm in the disabled shower cubicle.
There is an alleged “Strictly No Noise’ policy after 10pm. This is not enforced and the 6 loud drunken persons on the site near to us finally called it a night at 12.20a.m. on the Sunday morning after a big Saturday of celebrating. They were not the only persons who ignored the 10pm noise curfew.
The camp kitchen had limited amenities for the number of persons wanting to use them with the rubbish bins overflowing onto the floor.
Eco habitat is a very poorly run and maintained location charging exorbitant fees for very minimal facilities and comforts. What a pity the web site does not reflect the true state of the crater holed entrance near the boom gates, the camping/caravan sites and outdated public amenities.
We would advise any caravanner or camper to avoid this place like the plague unless some major maintenance work and upgrades are undertaken. The eco definitely refers to “economy”.
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Date of stay: February 2022
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
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Response from Kelly Cattanach, Marketing at Habitat Noosa
Responded 13 May 2022
Thank you for your feedback which allows us to continually improve on our services and processes. Being located in a National Park, National Parks and Wildlife oversee the entry road and arrange regular grating. Our campsites consist of designated and undesignated sites, each of which is outlined on the website (with an image and description of the surrounds). Being on the edge of Lake Cootharaba some of the sites consist of grass and sand and other full grass (gums). Being an ecocamp located in a National park the ground is quite level however we do not have the traditional roads, concrete slabs like a town caravan park. Reception would have been happy to change your location at any time, if requested. We have 26 showers in total (3 blocks less than 3 years old) in which our showers are modern with a good water stream. We do have 1 toilet block from the original Eland camp grounds however they are cleaned regularly throughout the day and also cleaned early hours in the morning. This may have been impacted during peak times when there is a large number of people coming through. We have a strict no noise policy and have a security guard that monitors this. There is also an after hours number on the reception door to report any issues. Your concerns have been passed on to the relevant departments for follow up and we hope you may change your mind and consider returning to the ecocamp in the future. We pride ourselves in the services we extend to all guests (from camping to glamping) and are always looking at new ways to improve our guest experiences.
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TDG wrote a review Dec 2020
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1.0 of 5 bubbles
Don’t be fooled - the “glamping” tents are sub-standard and over priced. One perfect example is the shower which offers no more than a drip of water.

The site has a “no noise after 10pm” rule, but during my family’s stay a group occupying several “glamping” tents were making noise up until midnight. Sleeping was impossible. Made a complaint to the reception staff but the same issue recurred. Decided to leave one night early to get away from the nuisance. Wrote to management twice with a complaint and was ignored on both occasions.

Will be taking Habitat Noosa to court to recover the loss of the relinquished accommodation since that loss was incurred because management failed to enforce the camp rules.

Management are unprofessional and seem to think if they ignore a problem it will go away. That approach has probably worked for them many times - not this time
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Date of stay: November 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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Response from Wayne Poole, Marketing at Habitat Noosa
Responded 18 Jan 2021
MTDavis Thank you for your review, whilst we acknowledge that our family owned and operated business continues to learn from guest feedback, we are also making operational improvements, I’d like to confirm that we have noted your very unique feedback and have been making internal improvements as our aim is to have happy satisfied guests. For the record we have recruited more experienced security guards who manage our camp ground guests and ensure that our 10pm zero noise camp rule is complied with around the area you camped in. Your official paperwork has been forwarded to senior management. Habitat Noosa’s new General Manager is making substantial operational improvements.
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Suzanne2303 wrote a review Feb 2022
Labrador, Australia1,237 contribution315 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Our first impression wasn’t great. We knew we were early, but arrived on the off chance our glamping tent might be ready. We were told it would be ‘hours’. Housekeeping was phoned, and our tent had been missed so definitely wouldn’t be ready until 2pm. Perhaps the brochure should state no early check ins.
So we had a look around and of course ended up in the restaurant with a drink or two. Lunch and dinner are served in a nice area with views out to the lake.
Our glamping tent was quite impressive. A very comfortable king bed plus two bunk beds. The luxury of our own ensuite was a definite bonus. We also had lovely white fluffy towels, toiletries, tea and coffee making, reading lights, an overhead fan, bedside tables and dressing table, outside table and chairs, a good size bar fridge and outdoor table and chairs. There was also a fire pit. All very comfortable, private and quiet.
Water sports are offered for a price. The lake is very close and very shallow but is ok in the hot weather.
There was also a camp kitchen with fridge, microwave, toaster, BBQs and washing up sinks, plus filtered drinking water.
The whole area is huge, with various camping sites, amenities blocks, adventure tents without ensuites, a laundry etc
It’s very well set up, well run ( apart from the glitch at the start) and a lovely bush setting.
Everglades tours are also offered.
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Date of stay: February 2022Trip type: Travelled with family
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Response from Kelly Cattanach, Marketing at Habitat Noosa
Responded 10 Feb 2022
Thank you for your review Suzanne. You can request an early check in, however like most accommodation providers it is subject to availability and you can utilise the facilities until it becomes available. We hope to see you again, soon.
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Helen Jane L wrote a review Aug 2020
Redcliffe, Australia47 contributions26 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
we stayed 2 nights in a paperbark clamping tent which was very well appointed, comfortable king bed, plenty of power points, a heater, bar fridge, crockery and cutlery provided as well as soft towels, toiletries etc. large bathroom. Wide concrete paths from car park to the tents . Picturesque serene location.

my only complaint was that for the price ($235/night) we expected our tent to be serviced on Day 2 i.e. bed made, clean towels, replenished tea and coffee etc.
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Date of stay: July 2020
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
3.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
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Response from Wayne Poole, Marketing at Habitat Noosa
Responded 9 Aug 2020
Dear Helen Firstly thank you for visiting Habitat Noosa and staying in one of our brand new luxury Paperbark Glamping Tents. These 13 additional tents built during the COVID lockdowns have proved very popular. Operationally the planning for these started over 12 months ago, when we reopened after COVID lockdowns we had three (3) times the number of Luxury Glamping Tents but a lot less staff ( e.g. staff can work a limited number of hours per week on the Job Keeper program ). We thank you for your understanding that we have faced a few operational challenges and haven't been able to offer daily servicing of these Paperbark Tents. As we trade out of the COVID period it is our aim to meet our customers needs. We are implementing a new booking software which will be able to tailor guest requests ( servicing levels ). Thank you for your feedback which allows us to continue to improve for future guests, which we hope you will be. Regards Wayne Habitat Noosa Marketing Dept
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Women Travel Solo wrote a review Jan 2020
Brisbane, Australia242 contributions182 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Was quite expensive for the long weekend, but it was on my list. Was a very busy place, in the middle of nowhere, but plenty to do.

Have to get in early for waterfront sites. We had an unpowered site, about 20 metres from the lake. Glamping tents are also available.

The lake is shallow, but you can swim and hire kayaks.

The facilities are relatively clean. The kiosk, bar, reception and attached bathroom is modern, although the bathroom was quite stuffy.

Camp kitchen offer free gas BBQ's, sink, toaster, kettle, microwave and fridge.

20 minute drive out of Tewantin, half an hour out of Noosa
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Date of stay: January 2020
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
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Response from Wayne Poole, Marketing at Habitat Noosa
Responded 29 Jul 2020
Thank you for your review of Habitat Noosa and camp grounds tend to be very popular during long weekends and school holidays. Habitat Noosa management proactively restrict the total number of guest we are permitted to have stay so we can provide a much better guest experience across our 65 acre eco camp. We have also added more luxury glamping tents, more powered campsites and improved our internal roads and pathways around our eco camp. Hope to see you next time you wish to camp.
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K&E wrote a review Jan 2021
Bargara, Australia130 contributions69 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
There are alot of mixed reviews re this camp site, some positive lots negative. We stayed week before xmas and due to the forecasted rain loads lost money as they cancelled. Thankfully it didn't rain. We camped with a tent without power at site 53 or 54 i think and we received a nice breeze which helped. Where as my brother had his fancy lotus in the solar powered sites and it was boiling with no breeze. He just sat in his caravan with ac. I think if Management read their reviews they really need to think about changing a few things, firstly maybe get rid of the noosa attitude sheesh anyone would think we were in a 6 star resort in Dubai. No one was that friendly and you always felt like an inconvenience from ordering coffee to food to checking in. Secondly at least serve take out coffee from 6 or 7am. People get up early and you could only get a drink from 9am. Back in the day you could get fresh bread and milk and maybe some icecreams for the kids, bring it back what a ridiculous thing not to serve the basics considering your no where near a shop. And thirdly don't cram everything in it really is greedy and ruins the enjoyment. You are literally on top of one another, that's not what camping is about especially in Australia. On a positive note the food is good, the brand of coffee they use is absolutely delicious, the scenery is gorgeous and green and if you bring a floating device or paddle board the lake is nice to relax in with a glass of wine.
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Date of stay: December 2020Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Response from Wayne Poole, Marketing at Habitat Noosa
Responded 18 Jan 2021
Thank you for your review which we truly appreciate as customer feedback allows us to understand where we can make future improvements. Since your review Habitat Noosa has a new General Manager as well as a new Restaurant Manager to ensure we continue to make substantial improvements to our eco camp and bistro / bar. So I’d like to say thank you again for your feedback.
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Maryrosa1989 wrote a review Feb 2020
102 contributions50 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
We had an unpowered site, close to the the lake.

The lake is shallow, but you can swim and hire kayaks.

The facilities are relatively clean. The kiosk, bar, reception and attached bathroom is modern, although very basic.

Camp kitchen offer free gas BBQ's, sink, toaster, kettle, microwave and fridge.

I would have appreciated some information about surrounding area and close access from reception, however, she wasn't very willing to give any type of information even when I asked.

The best part of this place are the kangaroos and ducks around.
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Responded 29 Jul 2020
Thank you for your review.
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LOCATION
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NUMBER OF ROOMS
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Frequently Asked Questions about Habitat Noosa
Which popular attractions are close to Habitat Noosa?
Nearby attractions include Everglades (2.6 km), Lake Cootharaba (2.8 km), and Teewah Beach (7.2 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Habitat Noosa?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Habitat Noosa?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Habitat Noosa?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Habitat Noosa?
Conveniently located restaurants include Apollonian Hotel, Coffee Tribe Cafe, and CootharaBar.
Does Habitat Noosa offer any business services?
Yes, guests have access to meeting rooms and conference facilities during their stay.
Are there any historical sites close to Habitat Noosa?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Everglades (2.6 km).
Is Habitat Noosa accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.