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North Stradbroke Island Tour with Lunch - Full Day

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  • Take a gentle cruise across Moreton Bay
  • Walk across the stunning headlands at North Gorge
  • Visit Tea-Tree Lake and take a dip

The most popular Island off the Queensland coast. North Stradbroke should be your number one choice for a day tour from Brisbane. With its fantastic beaches and pristine forests, the Island has an abundance of iconic Australian wildlife like koala and kangaroo plus dolphin and turtles.

What's Included?

  • Fully guided tour with professional guide
  • All transport, National Park fees and ferry fares
  • A bistro lunch

North Stradbroke Island is your window into paradise– from the untouched beauty of its beaches and rugged coastline, to the crystal clear waters and abundance of Australian wildlife. Queensland’s most popular island is only a short 45 minute ferry ride across Moreton Bay. You will visit Brown Lake with its pure white beaches and its tea-tree oil infused waters. Time for a healing swim anyone? Then walk the Gorge. This fantastic walk around the rugged North Gorge headland includes some spectacular scenery. Don't forget to spot the wild life, Stradbroke has large colonies of koalas. Kangaroos can normally be seen lazing in the sun and in its crystal clear waters, an abundance of marine life can be easily spotted. This is your best chance to spot dolphins, sea turtles and giant manta rays in the wild!

Lunch is also included in your tour at the iconic Stradbroke Island Beach Hotel where you have your choice of a main course as well as tea or coffee. Then you will head up to Point Lookout, a bonus in Winter (May to October) is a great chance to see the humpback whale. A fascinating stop is the Myora Springs where you will hear about the battle between Aborigines and the military that occurred here. An extended stop at Cylinder Beach will allow you time to swim in the warm waters of the Pacific Ocean or simply stroll the white beaches and enjoy the Australian lifestyle so don’t forget the bathers!

Session Length

  • Please allow 9 hours for the duration of this experience
  • The ferry cruise across Moreton Bay (departing from Cleveland) takes approximately 45 minutes
  • Tours operate Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday only
  • Tours do not operate on public holidays


Buses do not wheelchair access


  • No specific level of fitness is required
  • Suitable for all ages
  • Some walking is required and includes stairs


  • Refund Policy - cancellations made 30 days prior are eligible for full refund, cancellations made 7 days prior to departure will have 75% refunded,cancellations made 2 days prior will have 50% refunded, and less than 2 days cancellation notice will not receive a refund 
  • Tour dates may be changed up to 48 hours prior to departure without a fee

Numbers on the Day

  • There will be a maximum of 13 participants on the day


  • This experience is not weather dependent and will operate in wet weather

Dress Code

  • Light casual wear is recommended and a winter jacket for the cooler months
  • For summer months, bring bathers and a towel if you wish to swim

This experience takes place on North Stradbroke Island.