On 6th August, 50 people headed for the source of the Noosa River where it rises in the Como escarpment, seeping from the plains of the Great Sandy National Park in Cooloola and joined by the sedge and fern lined waters of Teewah Creek. The Doggerell Trees, Seary’s Creek, Cooloola Way and Cooloola Wilderness Trail were all on the agenda.
The excursion was an opportunity to see the first flush of spring wildflowers and drive through residential Cooloola Cove where the water is extracted from Teewah Creek. Some excursioners were surprised to hear that Noosa’s water is extracted from the Mary River.
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