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The Gorge Walk, known for its best viewing experience of migrating humpback whales.
Straddie is home to an abundance of Aussie icons all wild and free.
Straddie really is this wonderful place where you can see dolphins, turtles, manta rays and even dugongs without the need of a boat or entry fee.
The North Stradbroke Island Golf Club is a Par 70, 5258 metres, 9 hole golf course and offers scenic views of Moreton Bay and the Glasshouse Mountains.
The museum provides people with an opportunity to learn about the vast history of North Stradbroke Island.
Popular with tourists and locals, an array of gifts, local arts and crafts are available at Point Lookout Markets.
The island is renowned for its natural beauty, pristine beaches and National Parks.
North Stradbroke Island is a beautiful area for cycling. With only moderate hills and bitumen roads, cycling can be fun for people of any age or fitness level.
Salt Water Murris' Art Gallery is an Aboriginal Art Gallery operated by local traditional owner artists.
Come for a social game of barefoot bowls at Point Lookout Bowls Club
The Dunwich Cemetery is the second oldest cemetery in Queensland.
The Moreton Bay Research Station is accessible for field or laboratory based research, conferences, workshops and educational groups.