North Stradbroke Island is a popular destination for residents of nearby Brisbane. Being only a short 45minute vehicle ferry ride you will feel like you are a world away once on island time. With an abundance of natural beauty, there is so much to do and see on the island, or you could kick back and just relax whilst surrounded by kangaroos, koalas and native forest.
Stradbroke is well setup for camping, with 6 dedicated camping grounds and also beach camping available on the eastern and northern ends of the island.
Below is a list of the main camping grounds on North Stradbroke Island.
Amity Point Camping Ground is a great place for families to relax and enjoy the calm waters of Moreton Bay. Facing back towards the mainland and the Bay Islands, Amity Point enjoys beautiful sunsets and is popular with young families with regular visits from local dolphins, pelicans and even koalas. The nearby jetty is perfect for fishing and there is also an enclosed swimming area.
The park offers a range of accommodation options including
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Having recently stayed at Adder Rock I can honestly say it’s one of my favourite campgrounds. There are plenty of different camping areas available with absolute beach front sites available for tents. Powered and unpowered sites are aplenty, and the recent addition of glamping tents and cabins provide even more accommodation options. Facilities are great with toilets and showers at both ends of the park. Goannas, Koalas and kangaroos are regularly spotted throughout the grounds.
With all campsites being within a short stroll to the beach, and protected from South-Easterly winds by its northerly aspect, Cylinder Beach is one of the more popular camping grounds on North Stradbroke Island. With great surfing straight out front, and lovely sand for the kids to play on, Cylinder Beach is definitely a camp ground to check out. Closeby is the Stradbroke Island pub, which is great for a feed and few drinks whilst you look out over the ocean and Moreton Island in the distance.
This is a small camping ground in comparison to others on the island and is situated between Adder Rock and Cylinder Beach. It is well protected from south-easterly winds, and makes for a great family camping location.
Located close to the ferry terminal in Dunwich, Adam’s Beach is great for anyone without a car and limited access to other camping grounds on the island. Facilities are great, and it’s only a short stroll into Dunwich. If you have a boat, this location is ideal with boat ramp access closeby.