Teewah is a sleepy little village 10 km from the
Noosa river, north along the 30 mile long Teewah Beach.
It is ONLY accessable by 4WD along the beach.
There are no roads! Most of the houses at Teewah
are vacant most of the time and only a dozen or so
are beachfront, having ocean views. Serendipity
is one of these and was built in 2005.
Access to Teewah Beach and hence to Teewah, is by
crossing Noosa River on the car ferry at Tewantin
($5 each way). From the ferry a 5 km bitumen
road then leads you past the Noosa North Shore Resort
(horse riding, tennis, pub with great meals, convenience
store) to the beach. Into 4WD and onto the beach
and all your smallest worries, and thoughts of work,
should evaporate! Noosa is 3 km to the south,
across the mouth of the Noosa river (great fishing),
and Teewah is 9 km north.
Remember, all road rules apply on the beach - it is
a registered road! Indicate early to other cars
and to people on the beach your intention. You
may pass on-coming traffic on either side - cautiously!
People have right of way on the beach.