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Minjerribah (North Stradbroke Island). Photo: Adam Creed, Queensland Government

Naree Budjong Djara National Park (North Stradbroke Island)

Every day’s a holiday

North Stradbroke Island, in Moreton Bay, is a classic beach ‘getaway’, where life revolves around long stretches of beach, surfing, diving, snorkelling, fishing and swimming. Discover the history and Aboriginal cultural connections of Naree Budjong Djara National Park, which makes up almost half of this beautiful sand island. Venture in to the national park for a day trip to explore coastal wallum woodland on the way to Karboora (Blue Lake), a scenic lake with deep Aboriginal cultural significance. Soak up the natural beauty and look for wildlife, including birds, goannas and golden wallabies—don’t forget your camera and binoculars! Any season is holiday season on North Stradbroke Island.

Location and getting there

40km SE of Brisbane. Access is by water taxi (25mins) or ferry (50mins) from Brisbane.

Visitor facilities and opportunities

ToiletsPicnic areaCampingCaravan/camper trailer/campervan sitesShort or easy walksHikesCyclingFishingHorseridingWheelchair access

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