Don't miss the first ever Australian Weta Nationals
Lake Cootharaba Sailing Club and the Australian Weta Class Association (AWCA) invite you to join in the first Australian Weta Nationals where over 25 entries are expected.
Situated just North of Noosa, Lake Cootharaba is a large salt water lake on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast, with predominant sea breezes, providing some of the best flat water sailing conditions in the world.
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NOTE: It's peak season around Noosa so don't forget to book your accommodation now!
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Contact the Event Organisers
For detailed information about the event and location or joining/renewing your AWCA membership (required for participation), contact LCSC and AWCA Secretary, Hamish Urquhart at email@example.com
Sept 2020: Currently the event is still planned to go ahead - subject to interstate travel restrictions being lifted.
If the QLD State borders are not opened, or are only opened to travellers from some States, then a decision may be made to hold an event for those who can get there, but it may not be considered a National Championships.
Lake Cootharaba Sailing Club
24 Boreen Parade, Boreen Point QLD 4565
(07) 5485 3352
Boreen Point is the gateway to the upper Noosa River, the Noosa Everglades and the Great Sandy National Park. This small township is on Queensland's largest natural saltwater lake, Lake Cootharaba, a perfect setting for sailing, kayaking and spotting an array of native wildlife including kangaroos and birds.
Holiday Houses: Boreen Point Real Estate
Motel: Lake Cootharaba Motel
Camping: Boreen point or Elanda point: (5 min drive)
Noosa (Hotels, Apartments, Holiday rentals) 25 min drive
Also worth trying AirBNB, Stayz and Wotif
Things to do (apart from sailing)
Visit artists in their studios or a gallery
Take the dog to one of the dog-friendly beaches (including Boreen Point)
Go shopping or dining in Noosa
Local guide with details and more ideas here