We all know it by Straddie but Stradbroke Island depicts what beach camping is all about. Close to Brisbane but a world away. With so many options of camping at Straddie there is a camp spot that will suit everyone.
Over the years I have had many adventures that I honestly will remember for the rest of my life, there is something really magical about Straddie.
Check out some of the camp sites and what they have to offer
Flinders Beach camp ground consists of twelve beachfront camping areas which are nestled in the Islands dunes. The camp sites are in natural areas and are only accessible by bush tracks, or from the beach outside of high tide times. A 4WDrive vehicle is a necessity for access to these sites. The only facilities provided on Flinders Beach are toilets at a number of key access points. Dogs are allowed when camping at Flinders Beach, however they must be on a lead at all times. We allow 1 vehicle and 2 dogs per campsite. If you have more than 1 vehicle or more than 2 dogs please book more sites.
Fronting the calm waters of Moreton Bay, Amity Point Camping Ground is family friendly, and offers spectacular sunsets over the bay islands. Local dolphins visit each day, and pelicans and koalas are seen in and around the campground. The area is ideal for fishing & boating, and is a short drive to the island’s surf beaches.
Sites are located in sunny open areas, and shady glades under native cotton trees. There are 11 self contained cabins, and 2 unique ‘glamping’ EcoShacks.
The spacious campground is ideal for school groups, corporate groups and social clubs with plenty of room to set up marquees or communal cooking or gathering areas. Two modern undercover camp kitchens offer electric BBQ’s, power outlets, sinks, and picnic tables.
This shady camping ground faces Cylinder Beach, which is one of the Island’s most iconic surf beaches. With a direct north orientation and a sunny outlook, the site enjoys protection from the prevailing winds. The camp ground is close to the cafes, boutiques, and restaurants of Point Lookout, and the renowned Stradbroke Island Beach Hotel. Its position makes the camping ground extremely popular during peak holiday periods, so early bookings are essential.
Main Beach stretches for 38kms along the eastern side of the island. Camping is available in fifteen designated areas at the southern end of Main Beach, approximately 17km south of Point Lookout. There is big swell for surfing and excellent beach fishing. There are no facilities and access is by 4WDrive vehicle along the beach. Dogs are allowed, however they must be on a lead at all times. We allow 1 vehicle and 2 dogs per campsite. If you have more than 1 vehicle or more than 2 dogs please book more sites.