There is a private launch facility at elanda point. The last time I made enquiries about launching there, they seemed to only want to cater to coorporate functions/hire etc. They didn't seem very friendly or helpfull at all so I gave them a miss.
Just back down the road from there though, (about 500 metres) there is a national Parks launch site & camping ground that is lovely. beautiful shady camp sites set in rainforest and only about 100 yards to a calm sandy launch beach.
Problem with that, is that it is a paddle of several kilometres from there to the start of the everglades, and coming back, if the prevailing SE winds are blowing, it can be a fair slog.
The road in to Harry's hut is passable to conventional vehicle (with care) with only about three boggy patches in the wet. It is mostly a gravelly sort of track with a couple of lowish swampy wallum patches. I wouldn't hesitate to take a conventional vehicle (falcon or holden) in there in most weather. It takes about an hour to drive from Boreen Point to Harry's.
Harry's is a lovely camp site with about 15 more smaller ones further up stream that can only be reached by boat.
The Everglades are a magical place to paddle late in the arvo with pitch black tannin stained fresh water and some of the most amazing reflections I have ever seen. I would go there again in a blink and wouldn't hesitate to reccommend the place to anybody.
The fact that the place is frequested by LOTS of OS backpackers who seem to delight in getting round the place scantilly clad (if clad at all) has nothing to do with it of course.