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Experience North Stradbroke Island (Minjerribah) 

North Stradbroke Island (Minjerribah) is an adventurers' paradise. For those who love the outdoors, you can spend days camping, beach fishing, hiking, surfing, scuba diving, 4wding, sand boarding or grab a scooter and explore the island at your own leisure. After a day of adventure and discovery, head to one of the many restaurants and cafes to refuel before relaxing back at your campsite or in in luxury at one of the many holiday resorts. There are plenty of opportunities to relax, reconnect and have fun on Straddie. 

Mount Vane walking track

The Mount Vane walking track on Minjerribah is Straddie’s latest visitor attraction.

The recent completion of the track has allowed keen bush walkers to enjoy 360-degree views of Moreton Bay and Quandamooka Country from a lookout atop one of Minjerribah’s highest peaks.

A 2.2km walk to the top of the track provides a stunning new vista of striking scenery and is well worth the trek.

Constructed by Minjerribah’s Traditional Owners, the Quandamooka People, the new walk joins two existing walks within Naree Budjong Djara (My Mother Earth) National Park to create a 10 kilometre network of trails. This offers walkers a half day of trekking to special sights like Karboora (Deep Silent Pool, also known as Blue Lake) and a number of peaks with sweeping views over 18 Mile Swamp to the Gold Coast. 

Kaboora (Blue Lake) Walking Tracks Map

Naree Budjong Djara National Park, which covers about 50 per cent of Minjerribah, is cared for by the Quandamooka People’s Land and Sea Rangers in partnership with Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service.

North Gorge Walk

1.5km of wow factor. Tracing the clifftops of Point Lookout, Minjerribah's rocky outcrops and sweeping vistas of the Pacific Ocean and Main Beach are a striking palette of brilliant colour and light. You’re on top of the world and in every direction it is exquisite and wild.