Things To Do
How to get to and around North Stradbroke Island
40-minute drive from CBD plus a 25 or 50-minute boat ride..
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, freshwater lakes, rolling surf and endless white sandy beaches. Three little townships on the island provide a relaxed village atmosphere – with Point Lookout being the best land-based whale-watching site in the world.
North Stradbroke, Straddie, Minjerribah. Here’s our comprehensive list of things to do to make the most of your trip to this laid-back paradise.
North Stradbroke Island, one of the world's largest sand islands and the perfect holiday getaway, can be found just 30 km from Brisbane.
Looking for a beach day with a difference? Jump on the ferry or grab a water taxi over to North Stradbroke Island to seek out the sun, surf and sand – with a good slice of island life, naturally.
Straddie Camping offers easy access island camping on idyllic North Stradbroke Island.
Aria Cruises will take you on a sailing adventure throughout Moreton Bay aboard a purpose-built seawind catamaran.
Anglers, boaties and families love Amity Point's relaxing atmosphere, sandy beaches and easy access to the glistening waters and fantastic fishing in Moreton Bay.
North Stradbroke Island's impressive headland walk North Gorge Walk is an absolute must do! The 1.2 kilometre boardwalk follows the headland of Point Lookout offering views which are simply breathtaking.
Quandamooka Coast brings you the opportunity to experience the land and waters traditionally known as Quandamooka Country, with cultural awareness.
One of the world's most ecologically important wetlands, Blue Lake National Park is one of North Stradbroke Island's many natural attractions.
North Stradbroke Island is now famous for more than it’s beautiful beaches and land-based whale watching. Every year athletes and competitors flock to the sun-drenched
2020 Quandamooka Festival - COVID-19 UPDATE
After many hard conversations they have made the difficult decision to cancel the Quandamooka Festival for 2020.