Boreen Point, Sunshine Coast, Queensland
The Tin Pannikin is a beautiful property set on 5 acres of rainforest, nestled in the quiet community of Boreen Point.
Only a moments drive away is the wonderful Lake Cootharaba where you can enjoy kayaking, stand-up paddling, kite surfing, fishing, canoeing and swimming.
Noosa is a 20 minute drive away so if you’re looking for a launching pad to the picturesque Hastings Street, Noosa National Park or the beautiful beaches this could be the place.
Noosa Northshore is a short drive into Tewantin, followed by a quick ferry trip over to Northshore. If you want to head any further than the Noosa Northshore Hotel you will require a 4×4.
We have wildlife such as kangaroos and wallabies which visit the property regularly. We also have a wide range of birds that frequent our decks and feeding platforms including kookaburras, parrots, black cockatoos and lorrikeets as well as ducks on the dam. Because The Tin Pannikin is a safe haven for native animals and a registered “Land For Wildlife” property we do not allow pets
Walk-in camping is also available – (2 x beautiful/peaceful sites) prior arrangement upon booking is required for these sites.
Monday – Sunday $20/night (up to 4 people = 2 adults and 2 children)
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