Guests are invited to discover...
Natural beauty of Lake Weyba from their private lakeside terrace or timber deck
Perfect for soaking up some rays, relaxing as the waterbirds forage for food in the shallows, testing those fishing skills, or watching the moon rise over the lake.
The diverse waterscapes of Lake Weyba.
Drift along the lake and everglade style creeks in your complimentary canoe; the waters often reflecting amazing mirror images of the tree canopy and sky above.
Ideal for fishing, birdwatching, photography and swimming. Spot a kangaroo hopping through the waters!
Lakefront foreshore trail and quiet country lanes by bike.
World class golf courses abound in the Noosa area, or for something more informal the Noosa Par 3 is only a short drive, or an enjoyable bike ride down a country lane, away.
For the adventurous, cycle to the beach at Peregian via western shores of Lake Weyba or the Noosa Coastal bike trail that follows the fore dunes of the eastern ocean beaches.
Our local residential roads are commonly used for time training and trials. Bike hire From $25.00 per day.
An extraordinarily diverse range of birds that can be seen at Eumarella Shores due to its unique biodiversity and location, from estuary to sclerophyll forest to rainforest to wallum wildflower wetlands.
The thrill of catching dinner
Perhaps a Lake Weyba mud crab or one of the many species of fish – bream, estuary cod, summer whiting and more. (No licence necessary.) Bait, crab pots, rod and tackle available from reception, or bring your own and don’t forget a lantern for some night fishing from your beach or canoe.
Flora and Fauna
45 acres of Eumarella Shores has been assessed and declared by the Queensland Government as a “Nature Refuge” which will protect the valued and endangered flora and fauna for future generations, making Eumarella Shores unique and rare as a private and voluntary Nature Refuge.
Learn about bush tucker, local flora species, local Indigenous and European history, on the interpretative signed bush trail on the 45 acres of nature refuge. Complimentary self guided brochure provided. Observe and identify the abundant bird life and wild life in the area.
Spring brings on a spectacular show of wildflowers of the coastal heathlands.
Herbs and shrubs blanket the landscape beautifully with their tapestry of blooms – a kaleidoscope of colour with pinks, yellows, whites and blues intermingling with vivid patches of red and yellow. Late August annually.
Our bushwalking trail bursts into colour as well the wildflower plains in the local area.
Free guided walks in the Marcus High Dunes Section of the Noosa National Park.
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More Noosa experiences…
Parks and Beaches
The superb beaches and National Parks of Noosa.
The iconic markets at Eumundi on Saturdays and Wednesdays, or for fresh local farm gate produce the Noosa Farmer’s Market each Sunday.
Take a drive to the hinterland to Kabi Golf Course at Boreen Point - Unique organic and environmentally friendly golf course – a hidden gem catering for leisure, recreation and dining.
One of Noosa’s classic experiences is to board the Noosa Ferry for a cruise down the river, stopping off along the way at Noosaville, then to Hastings Street for some retail therapy or people watching!
On the sunset cruise, enjoy a glass of wine as you watch the sun set behind the magnificent mountains of the Noosa Coastal Hinterland.
Pack a picnic, explore the lush green pastures, and quaint villages of the Noosa Hinterland. For more information on things to do and see
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