Holiday and live on Stradbroke Island!
Whale and Dolphin Watching on Stradbroke Island
Water Activities on Stradbroke Island: What Not to Miss
Things to do on Straddie: Beyond the Beach
Surfing at Stradbroke Island: Sensational!
Stradbroke Island: Why a Holiday Rental is a Great Idea
Diving and Snorkelling on Stradbroke Island
Fishing on North Stradbroke Island
Family Beaches on North Stradbroke Island
Food for Thought: Eating out on Stradbroke Island
Things to do on Stradbroke Island
Stradbroke Island for a Boy's Own Adventure
Stradbroke Holiday Houses for Girls' Getaways
Stradbroke Holiday Homes for a Cool Weather Break
Stradbroke Holiday Accommodation for a Summer Soiree
Stradbroke Accommodation: Catering to Everyone
North Stradbroke Island Accommodation: The Townships
North Stradbroke Island: An Adventure Paradise
Stradbroke Island is the second largest sand island in the world located within Moreton Bay, also known as Quandamooka by the Indigenous land owners, but more affectionately known as "Straddie" by the locals. You will be quickly immersed into the local culture and enjoy the friendly atmosphere of small village life.
The island's wetlands have been world listed under RAMSAR which means they have been recognised for their significant environmental value and must be protected for future generations to enjoy.
The area is surrounded by long white beaches perfect for swimming, surfing an fishing. The sub-tropical climate can be enjoyed all year round and is the ideal location for all types of holidays from a relaxing romantic getaway, to a fun-filled family trip.
Stradbroke Island can cater to all accommodation needs and budgets. There is ample opportunity to enjoy breathtaking waterfront accommodation wuth plenty of houses and units available. Looking for a romantic cottage or a luxury home with water views? You will find it here.
Not even your four legged friend needs to miss out on the Straddie experience! Pet friendly accommodation is also available. Pet-friendly houses will generally have a fenced yard or enclosure, and offer all the amenities that discerning couples and families are looking for. Look through the delightful homes and units on our accommodation pages for more details on your ioptions.
The area is rich in culture and has been home to the Goenpul, Ngugi and Noonuccal tribes for about 22,000 years. These skilled fisherman have been known for their generosity throughout history. Matthew Flinders even wrote about them offering his crew water when they landed at Point Lookout in the early nineteenth century. History buffs will want to visit the local museum to find out more about Straddie's facinating history.
The Quandamooka women were famous for their weaving and those traditional skills are still practiced today.