HEALTH & WELLBEING
ARTS & CRAFTS
BEACHES & WATERWAYS
BAKERY & CAFES
RESTAURANTS & BARS
RESORTS & HOTELS
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EVENTS ON STRADDIE
We can set you up in especially selected spots amongst kilometres of unspoilt beachfront.
Come along and enjoy the relaxed environment while having a few drinks or something to eat.
Straddie is a wildlife wonderland. It is home to land mammals including wallabies, kangaroos, echidnas, koalas and bandicoots.
North Stradbroke Island is the closest place to Brisbane where you can enjoy land based whale watching.
She first came to Australia as a backpacker from Canada in 1989 and since moving to Australia in the early 1990's, North Stradbroke Island has been her home.
The Gorge Walk at Point Lookout is the most popular walk on Straddie. It is a 1.5 km gentle walk with stairs.
The tour will traverse the history of the Myora Mission, the Terra Bulla Bush Tucker Trail and the Myora Cemetery.
The geographical layout of Straddie's headlands and beaches can create great surf on a diverse range of wind and swell conditions.
Island yoga teachers Kat Ford, Jackie Harris and Lisa Iselin offer different styles of yoga to suit everybody.
A huge range of fishing rods, reels, tackle and bait.
Stand up paddle lessons or hire on Straddie.
Enjoy our famous beach bbq for lunch, taking in all this Island Paradise has to offer.
Straddie Cycles offers the only guided bike tours of North Stradbroke Island. The tours provide an intimate experience of the Island that is literally a breath of fresh air.
North Stradbroke Island has plenty to offer the adventurous visitor of all ages. The tour business "Straddie Adventures", specialises in Bay Kayaking and Sand Boarding.
At Shakas Adventure Tours, we value true experience. We value real people, real experiences, local history, the natural environment and taking yourself outside your comfort zone.
Samadhi Flow Yoga is an organic blend of nature-inspired Vinyasa yoga, yogic breathing and intuitive movement.
A fully catered day cruise of traditional Yuggera & Quandamooka lands & waters accompanied by local Aboriginal guides.
The North Stradbroke Island Historical Museum aims to present North Stradbroke Island's history. It is a modest museum with fascinating exhibits.
Two synthetic grass tennis courts available for hire, plus a new hitting wall. Bookings and keys available from The Straddie Roadhouse - call 3409 8838.
NSI Surf School encourages surfing on North Stradbroke Island by offering a variety of professionally delivered ''Learn to Surf" Safe Surfing programs.
Neembeeba, means ‘to see’. The lookout track is 6km return, approximately 1.5–2.5 hours walking.
Naree Budjong Djara means ‘My Mother Earth’ to the Quandamooka people.
North Stradbroke Island has an outstanding freshwater lake system that has been listed as one of the world’s most ecologically important wetlands.
Koalas are commonly sighted in the wild on Straddie, often in the townships.
Kangaroos and wallabies can be seen around the island townships and close to roadways, so please drive carefully.
Karboora means ‘deep silent pool’. The track is 5.2 km return, approximately 1.5–2 hours walking.
The Gorge Walk at Point Lookout is a must for all visitors to the island. This gentle walk offers outstanding views across the ocean and is an ideal vantage point for spotting marine life such as turtles, dolphins and manta rays.
The rich Aboriginal history of North Stradbroke Island centres around Dunwich, home of the Quandamooka People.
Four wheel driving is allowed on Flinders Beach and Main Beach.
Plants which live on the exposed frontal dunes have to be salt tolerant and they generally hug the ground as a reaction to the incessant winds.
Beach fishing is very popular with visitors to the Island, particularly on Flinders Beach and Main Beach.
Dolphins are seen in Moreton Bay, they are regular visitors to the jetties at Amity Point and are seen enjoying the surf around Point Lookout most days.
North Stradbroke Island's surrounds are one of Australia’s premier underwater playgrounds.
North Stradbroke Island is a fantastic location to ride a bicycle and explore the diverse landscape.
The vast and varied natural resources of the island, which include wetlands, bushland and freshwater lakes, have proved a haven for wildlife, particularly birds.
Beach Yoga is suitable for all ages as instruction is modified for health conditions.
Bob has been shaping boards for over 37 years, and stocks an extensive range of surfboards from high performance epoxy to mals.
The Clubhouse is available for private function being recognised venue for weddings
Cultural Talks are available , to develop community awareness, recognition and respect for the Aboriginal cultural heritage of the Island.
A secluded paradise. A pure wild beach backed by bush and fronted by the Rainbow Channel.
South Gorge is a popular beach owing to its protection from most winds and calmer inshore waters.
The superb surf beaches, whale viewing from the headland, and the scenic North Gorge hike are just a few of the attractions of Point Lookout Beach Access.
Myora Springs is a beautiful spot and source of fresh water for the wildlife of the Dunwich area, just a few kilometres out of Dunwich on the road to Amity Point and Point Lookout.
The east-facing beach runs south for 33km to Jumpinpin Inlet.
The northern end of the swamp, the Keyholes, are clear freshwater lakes, delightful for stand up paddle boarding or kayaking.
The south-east tip of the island, at the far southern end of Main Beach.
The beach faces north-north-east toward Shag Rock, 1.5 km offshore.
Frenchman’s Beach faces due east, receiving little protection from the prevailing south-east waves. Access to the beach is either around Dune Rocks from Deadmans Beach, or down a signed steep walking track from the main road.
Flinders Beach is an 8 km long, north-east to north facing beach, stretching from Amity Point to Adder Rock headland, Point Lookout.
The western end of Flinders Beach borders the small township of Flinders and gives access to Amity Point.
Forming part of the Naree Budjong Djara National Park, Eighteen Mile Swamp is a shallow, groundwater fed, freshwater coastal wetland stretching almost the entire length of the eastern side of the island.
The calm bay waters make the Dunwich Swimming Enclosure a safe place for the kids to splash about or swim.
Deadman's Beach is a 600-meter-long beach that faces north. It has a viewpoint and a parking lot, as well as a walking path that leads down to the center.
Cylinder Beach is one of the most well-known surf spots on Stradbroke Island. It is protected from the prevailing winds and has a relaxing sunny view.
Causeway Beach Access is easily accessible, picturesque, and safe, and is popular for family camping, fishing, and spectacular surf breaks.
A natural perched lake, pure rainwater tinged brown by the native teatrees, Brown Lake, or Lake Bummiera, is a hidden treasure.
A small tidal beach. Explore the mud flats at low tide, catch yabbies and see armies of soldier crabs.
Blue Lake is an area of special cultural significance for Quandamooka people who call the lake Karboora, meaning ‘deep silent pool’.
Adams Beach is located on the western side of Straddie facing into the southern half of Moreton Bay.
The calm bay waters make the Amity Swimming Enclosure a safe place for the kids to splash about or swim.
Explore the Island at your own pace.
Camping Checklist & Guide To Camping On Stradbroke Island
Community Groups, Organisations & Clubs
Family Fun Day