North Stradbroke Island is as the name implies the north island of the two islands that make up the Stradbroke group located in beautiful Moreton Bay off the Queensland Coast. This north island is one of the largest sand islands in the world and has beautiful pristine beaches with white sand and crystal clear waters where you can swim, fish, surf or watch the passing parade of whales as they make their way up the coast to the Great Barrier Reef and then return with their young calves with Point Lookout being one of the most popular vantage points. Apart from the whales you can also see turtles, dolphins and manta rays with the northern tip of the island at North Gorge being a good spot.
The main areas on North Stradbroke Island are Dunwich, Point Lookout and Amity Point with accommodation options to suit all budgets from camping sites to resorts with all the trimmings. There is backpacker accommodation, holiday units and luxury houses as well.
Fining dining is also available here with plenty of Restaurants and cafes offering varied menus for even the fussiest eater. Eateries such as the Blue Water Bistro and Delia’s Quarterdeck Restaurant, Bowls, clubs, hotels, La Foccacia and the laughing Buddha Restaurants at Point Lookout as well as several cafes serve some great meals then there is Dunwich with the Little Ship Club and the Football Club both offering good meals. At Amity Point you can get quality meals at The Ships Gallery Licensed Restaurant and Bar. Of Course, you can always buy groceries etc and cook your own.
Enjoy the water with fishing charters available with all equipment and bait supplied. For those who prefer there is a boat hire company which offers license testing as well. Take a relaxing day cruise on a luxurious 41 ft catamaran with Captain Silver Cruises.
North Stradbroke Island is definitely a holiday haven where you can partake in many activities or just laze in the sun and relax.