Common questions

Can you camp anywhere on Stradbroke island?

Can you camp anywhere on Stradbroke island?

Can we camp anywhere on the beach? Camping is only allowed in designated camping areas. To access these areas you must use the designated tracks. On Main Beach there are 15 access tracks, starting 7km south of the causeway access.

How much does it cost to camp at Stradbroke island?

Hi Dave, Powered Sites start at $36 per night for 2 people and Standard Cabins start at $99 per night for 2 people (minimum 2-night stay). Prices do increase during peak periods. I do suggest you contact the Reservation Team on 07 3409 9668 if you would like any further information.

Is Stradbroke island protected?

Currently about 50 per cent of North Stradbroke Island is protected as Naree Budjong Djara National Park. They welcome visitors to Naree Budjong Djara ‘My Mother Earth’ and ask that you respect this special place.

Where is Minjerribah?

North Stradbroke Island (Jandai: Minjerribah), colloquially Straddie or North Straddie, is an island that lies within Moreton Bay in the Australian state of Queensland, 30 kilometres (19 mi) southeast of the centre of Brisbane.

Can you take caravans to North Stradbroke Island?

The luxurious catamaran ferry, which takes 62 cars (including trailers and caravans) and 350 passengers, operates every day from Cleveland’s Toondah Harbour and offers passengers floor to ceiling views of Moreton Bay – and its 350 or so islands.

Can you take a campervan to Stradbroke Island?

One of the best ways to visit North Stradbroke Island is in a van. Drive wherever you please. Book a spot for your campervan on Stradbroke Ferries from the end of Middle Street in Cleveland. The ferries operate seven days a week every hour from 6am and will get you to Dunwich on North Stradbroke Island.

Do you need a car on Stradbroke Island?

While you can’t drive to Stradbroke Island, you can access the island by car via a vehicle taxi. Once on the island, you only need a 2WD car to access the three main townships – Dunwich, Amity, and Point Lookout – which are connected by sealed roads. A 4WD is only required for travelling over the beaches.

Who lives on Stradbroke Island?

Quandamooka Peoples
Our People. The Quandamooka Peoples have lived on Minjerribah (now known as North Stradbroke Island) for a very long time. Scientists say at least 25 000 years, however we say longer.

Is there a camping area on North Stradbroke Island?

The Minjerribah Recreation Area on North Stradbroke Island covers the camping grounds, beach camping areas and beaches that allow four-wheel driving. It is managed under the Recreation Areas Management Act 2006. The Minjerribah Recreation Area on North Stradbroke Island covers the following sites:

Where is Cylinder Beach on Stradbroke Island?

Cylinder Beach. Point Lookout, Stradbroke Island. This shady camping ground faces Cylinder Beach, which is one of the Island’s most iconic surf beaches. With a direct north orientation and a sunny outlook, the site enjoys protection from the prevailing winds.

How much does it cost to go to Stradbroke Island?

Vehicle Access Permits are required for driving in designated beach and bush areas on the Island. The $45.25 annual permit fee maintains, improves and supports the Island’s natural areas.

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