A day at Kin Kin Creek
'Extensive' and 'pristine' are just two of the adjectives that apply to the Cooloolah National Park waterways. Almost every trip brings a new experience and to even begin to appreciate the scope of the system would require many return visits.
Picturesque Kin Kin Creek
This day-trip was to the brackish water of lower Kin Kin Creek, pictured above, which plays host to Trevally, Mangrove Jack and Tarpon and which, further up in the freshwater stretch of this primordial rainforest, is a haven for a healthy, undiluted, wild Australian Bass population. Kin Kin Creek is part of the Noosa Everglades, although not having the camping facilities that are available in the upper Noosa River section, is rarely visited by tour operators; not such a bad thing if you're looking to relax and do a spot of fly or light line lure fishing. There is, as you can see, structure in abundance with water depth varying from 7ft to 30ft just to make things interesting.
Noosa Eco Fishing at the Lake Cootharaba boat ramp
A Kin Kin Creek Tarpon

Kin Kin Creek is another of those breathtakingly beautiful areas within the Noosa Shire that surprisingly few people are aware of and after a visit to which, most anglers will agree 'the fishing is a definite bonus'. All this, and less than twenty minutes by car from the heart of Noosa and 10 minutes by boat from the Boreen Point boat ramp at Lake Cootharaba.



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