Things to do on Stradbroke
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Stradbroke Island Tours
North Stradbroke Island, locally referred to as ‘Stradbroke’ or ‘Straddie’, is one of the largest sand islands (Fraser Island being the largest) in the world. North Stradbroke Island is situated at the southern end of Moreton Bay and is easily accessible by ferry from Cleveland.
North Stradbroke Island is a picturesque place with an enticing blend of rugged coastal landscape, tranquil inland lakes, and unspoilt pristine of white sandy beaches that stretch into an endless horizon fringed by the aqua blue ocean.
Whales, dolphins, turtles and manta rays can be seen from the spectacular Point Lookout at the northern tip of the island. Stradbroke Island contains important wetlands, freshwater lakes, waterways and lagoons. Stradbroke’s freshwater lakes provides beautiful picnic and swimming opportunities. The three townships Dunwich, Amity Point and Point Lookout, still have a village atmosphere with a variety of cafés and restaurants. For all this Stradbroke is just an hour away from Brisbane.
Things to do whilst on Stradbroke Island include:
Tours of Stradbroke Island – 4WD Eco Tour on North Stradbroke Island