The story of the Noosa Everglades shared by elders, poets, musicians and other community keepers of knowledge.
Join us on a day long chartered cruise experience along the pristine waters of the Noosa Everglades – rich in history and a storyplace of our environment and community.
Or take a Self-guided 4WD tour and join us at Harry’s Hut for a storytelling performance and lunch.
Traditional custodians have a deep connection to the everglades with stories of camps, corroborees and rescues that will be shared through spoken word, music and dance. Local artists and musicians will also join us for a storytelling performance and lunch at Harry’s Hut.
The two options in detail
Option 1: Noosa Everglades Cruise
Includes guided storytelling by Kabi Kabi traditional custodians stopping at Figtree Point (morning tea and bush tucker walk) then onto Harry’s Hut for a storytelling performance and lunch.
Limited capacity (66 patrons)
$120 per adult
$85 child (4-14 years old)
$375 family (2 adult 2 children)
Morning Tea and lunch are included in ticket price.
Option 1 Schedule
8:30am Meet at Habitat (Lake Flat Rd, Elanda Point)
9:00am Cruise leaves
10:10am Figtree Point – Morning Tea
11:00am Figtree Point to Harry’s Hut
1:30pm Return to Habitat
3:30pm Cruise Ends
What to Bring
Sun Safe Clothing
Swimwear & towel (optional)
Free shuttle bus service available – Departure times:
7:40am – The J, 60 Noosa drive, Noosa Heads
7:45am- Noosa Heads bus station, on the corner of Noosa Parade and Noosa drive
8:00am – The carpark at the front of The Jetty Coffee shop, 186 Gympie Terrace
If you would like to use the shuttle bus, please indicate in the notes when purchasing the ticket.
Shuttle bus will depart Habitat Noosa at 4:30pm for the return journey.
Option 2: Self-guided 4WD tour
Join us at Harry’s Hut for a storytelling performance and lunch.
$30 includes lunch.
Option 2 Schedule
12:00pm – Meet at Harry’s Hut (Harry Hut Rd, Como)
12:15pm – Lunch and storytelling
1.30pm – Conclude
Our project has been proudly supported by RADF through Noosa Council. The Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF) is a partnership between the Queensland Government and Noosa Council to support local arts and culture in regional Queensland.
Image Credit: “The Journey” | Acrylic on canvas. 120 x 90 cm | Debra Dougherty