Straddie is abundant in natural wonders to experience, wildlife to encounter, history and culture to absorb, and outdoors lifestyle to live up. Welcome to nature's playground.
A quiet tidal, bayside beach
A swimming enclosure in Moreton Bay for kids & families
We welcome members and visitors to enjoy social cricket games and other family fun days
A local one-stop shop
Yoga with Linda Rago on Home Beach, Point Lookout
A cattle dip built in 1895 is believed to be the oldest surviving European structure at Point Lookout
Bird Watching Paradise
Enjoy the walk & the lookout over the deep silent pool
A Straddie icon
A tidal beach for a stroll or a dip
A perched lake coloured by teatree
Access point in the middle of Main Beach via Alfred Martin Way or Fisherman's Road
Educational programs for groups with MMEIC elders
Cycling is a great way to experience the Island at a slower pace
Popular patrolled beach generally good for family & kids
In between 2 rocky headlands & backed with bush, this beach is a soulful spot
Dialba Oysters grow in some of the cleanest waters of Moreton Bay which is why they taste fantastic.
The island's surrounding waters are a marine wildlife wonderland
There is something magical about being close to dolphins, enjoy the experience responsibly
One of Queensland's most historic cemeteries
A tidal swimming enclosure in Moreton Bay for kids & families
A coastal freshwater swamp
Fishing in the Island's surrounding waters is a destination highlight
The Amity end of the beach is the most northern point of the island
8km of fishing, 4WDing, camping & surf between Point Lookout & Amity Point
Plants range from towering bloodwoods to tiny native violets and fragrant native jasmine.
Some beaches on Straddie are accessible for four wheel driving
It is worth the stairs
Surfboards made on Stradbroke Island
Absolute MUST DO for stunning views and abundant wildlife.
Beautiful 1.5km beach where dogs can be off-leash under supervision
3 day music festival born of reggae, dub and island vibes
The south-east tip of Straddie
A 5.2 km return walk to the lookout on Blue Lake, Karboora
Kangaroos are most reliably seen at sunrise & sunset, but watch out on the roads!
A string of waterholes behind the dunes of Main Beach
There is a healthy population of koalas on the island, and they can often be seen around the townships
Spring water fed lakes & the largest coastal freshwater swamp in the world on Brisbane's doorstep
A selection of dreamily tasteful quality linen
NATURE ART CONNECT invites you to learn about island ecology, island culture and immerse yourself in making nature art
Artist who specialises in textiles and ceramics
A 33 km beach running the full length of the Island's eastern side & lapping up the South Pacific Ocean
Experience the magic of Straddie, above and below the water!
Acting to preserve the language and culture of Minjerribah and Moorgumpin
Where natural spring water meets the sea
Naree Budjong Djara National Park protects 50% of the Island
A 6km return walk to magnificent views of the Island & beyond
Connecting Indigenous, earth-based wisdoms and emerging sustainable practices through projects and people.
Fashion, gifts, toys and jewellery
The LINK between the sand and the sea....
A fascinating social history museum, housed in beautiful buildings
Give surfing a try!
Natural, hand-made soaps and skin care
Fresh locally caught fish, seafood and bait
Four wheel drive access to Main Beach from Point Lookout via George Nothling Drive
Lawn bowls, cold beverages & family friendly meals
A community group dedicated to protecting and restoring the Island's natural vegetation
A community celebration of talent
Much more than a newsagency - in the heart of Point Lookout
A local, full-service pharmacy
A huge range of swimwear, souvenirs and beach accessories
Tennis is always a hit!
One of the largest middens on the island dated at more than 3000 years old
Immerse yourself in Indigenous culture.
Celebrating Culture, Country & People
A gallery of Aboriginal contemporary visual arts and craft
Samadhi Flow Yoga strengthens and tones your body.
At Shakas Adventure Tours, we value true experience.
CLOSED: November 2015
One person's junk is another person's treasure.
Beautiful island-style designs
4WD day tours of Straddie, and camper trailer hire
A signature event on the classical music calendar
Convenient, local car hire
Newsagency in the main street of Dunwich
Ask your Pharmacist
Discover Adventures on Straddie with a Cultural Twist
Australia’s longest running teams surfing competition
Cycle tours of Straddie
Let Barefoot Dave show you his Straddie
A series of events creating an iconic triathlon festival
Fill up at the Straddie Servo
A huge range of fishing, camping and sporting equipment for your Straddie holiday
Fashion boutique for discerning women
Presented by Samadhi Flow Yoga, Straddie Yoga and Stradbroke Island Yoga and Massage
Straddie's headlands & beaches take advantage of varying wind & swell directions
Everything you need for a day at the beach
The old Myora Mission site now has a bush tucker garden trail
Educational tours for groups with MMEIC elders
Wild beach for a walk with a view of Moreton Island
Why not leave the car on the mainland & walk the island. Slow down, look around, breathe it in
Paula Boo - Musician, Weaver, Ecologist
Thousands of humpback whales swim past Australia's east coast between late May & early November each year
So many wild koalas, kangaroos, birds, frogs & marine animals, so close to the city