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Wellington Point Recreation Reserve

Destination Information Wellington Point

Description

Wellington Point Recreation Reserve is one of Redlands Coast’s biggest drawcards, luring locals and visitors to a spectacular destination.

Surrounded by the coast on three sides, Wellington Point Reserve is popular for picnics, launching a boat into Moreton Bay, walking to King Island, or just sitting back and relaxing overlooking majestic sunsets over Moreton Bay.

King Island (Erobin) is a magnet to visitors from across the region, Australia and the world. On low tide a sandbar emerges, creating a natural bridge from the mainland to your very own island paradise.

Children love the established playgrounds that weave among the shade of 90 year old Moreton Bay fig trees while the nearby café makes it a delight to grab a coffee or an ice cream. The swimming area is patrolled in summer.

Wellington Point (Cullen Cullen) offers great fishing, either by boat or kayak or along the famous jetty overlooking North Stradbroke Island. There are a number of launching ramps for the tinnie and trailer parking nearby.

The reserve has an abundance of picnic and bbq areas and a couple of covered shelters with tables and chairs providing a relaxing place catch up with friends and family.