North Stradbroke Island or more commonly known as "Straddie" lies within Moreton Bay and is the 2nd largest sand island in the world. North Stradbroke Island has over 100 freshwater lakes and wetlands and contains significant groundwater resources so there is an abundance of locations to relax and soak up some sun. There is more to Straddie than meets the eye, scuba diving, fishing charters and surfing lessons are just a few activities that will keep the whole family entertained.


From Brisbane: Approx. 45mins + 50 mins ferry
Vehicle Permits:
·      Up to a year = $48.25
Camping Permits:
·      Various per person per night
Stradbroke Ferries: From  Cleveland-Dunwich. Bookings required (click here to view charges
Size: 67000 acres
Pets: Permitted
Trail-Bikes: Road Registered
Generators: 0700-2100, flinders and main beach
2wd Access: Yes
Camp Fires: Small cooking fire
Caravan Access: Yes
Camper Trailer Access: Yes
Attractions: Scuba Diving, Fishing Charters, Scooter/ Bike Hire, Surf, Water Sports, Wale Watching, Guided 4x4 Tours, Boat Tours.
Resorts: Various (click here to view resorts)
Facilities: Toilets, Hot Showers, Kiosk