The Noosa River is a stream arranged in South East Queensland. The catchment begins in Wahpoonga Range close Mount Elliot in the seaside Great Sandy National Park and wanders south through a lakes locale around Tewantin.
Lakes arranged on the stream incorporate Lake Cooloola, Lake Como, Lake Cootharaba, Lake Cooroibah and Lake Weyba. The catchment is generally secured by sand hills and has two noteworthy tributaries, Kin Creek and Teewah Creek.
The Noosa River enters the Pacific Ocean at Noosa, where significant private advancement has infringed into zones beforehand involved by the changing stream way. The stream is noted for its populaces of transitory birdlife.