Things To Do
How to get to North Stradbroke Island
North Stradbroke Island in a Day
Straddie (to the locals) is known for some of the most spectacular scenery found anywhere in Australia. An ideal holiday destination for families, groups of friends and day trippers, the island is famous for its scenic headlands, rolling surf and endless white sandy beaches. Three little townships on the island provide a relaxed village atmosphere with a variety of cafes and restaurants often filled with locals, surfers and sun-baked tourists. Go whale watching from Point Lookout, the best land-based whale-watching site in the world, experience some of the best views on the island from The Gorge Walk or take a dip in one of the island’s freshwater lakes.
Get up close and personal with majestic humpback whales as they pass by the South East Queensland coast to the warm, tropical waters of Queensland.
After a day soaking up the scorching Queensland sun, indulging in a refreshing and delicious gelato is always a treat.
Discover the catch of the day and the wide variety of ocean fresh seafood direct from the trawlers at Amity Point. Open 7 days, 9am-5pm.
The Straddie Markets are a well-known place to hook a bargain in a beautiful location - North Stradbroke Island.
Straddie Camping offers easy access island camping on idyllic North Stradbroke Island.
Operating all year round in the crystal clear waters of Point Lookout, dolphins and whales are often seen during lessons.
Fishes at the Point offers a range of hearty breakfast and lunch options.
Straddie Adventures specialises in sea kayaking, sandboarding, four-wheel-drive tours and snorkelling for visitors to North Stradbroke Island.
Stradbroke Island Beach Hotel and Spa Resort offers a great dining experience. Sip, savour and smile with fine food and wine.
One of the world's most ecologically important wetlands, Blue Lake National Park is one of North Stradbroke Island's many natural attractions.