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The cattle dip built by Bill North at Adder Rock about 1895 is believed to be the oldest known surviving European structure at Point Lookout.
Cultural Talks are available , to develop community awareness, recognition and respect for the Aboriginal cultural heritage of the Island.
The Dunwich Cemetery has graves from the early days of Queensland's European settlement, dating back to 1847.
Handmade on Minjerribah by Delvene Cockatoo-Collins - ceramics, textiles and prints; workshops for adults including collaborative textiles & weaving, and children's workshops in clay sea animals.
Created as a place for recording, preserving, communicating and teaching everybody, particularly the young, about the language and culture of Minjerribah and Moorgumpin.
The North Stradbroke Island Historical Museum aims to present North Stradbroke Island's history. It is a modest museum with fascinating exhibits.
As early as 1825 Point Lookout was seen as a potential site for a lighthouse. However, a lighthouse was not built until 1932.
The Polka Point midden is one of the largest on the Island. It contains shells of oysters, whelks, cockles and periwinkles, typical of middens found on the bay side of the island.
The Saltwater Murris Quandamooka Art Gallery is a modern aboriginal visual art and craft gallery that features Quandamooka artists.
Built in 1907, St Mark's Anglican Church was another integral structure of the Benevolent Asylum.
The old Myora Mission site now has a bush tucker garden trail.