Beautiful North Stradbroke Island is nestled in pristine Moreton Bay on Brisbane's doorstep, a short boat road from the bayside suburb of Cleveland. The island is easily accessible from Queensland's capital city. The Islander is situated at Point Lookout on the north-eastern tip of Straddie. It can be accessed by car (sealed roads) or public bus or bicycle (for the fitness minded!)

Please note: Mobile phone reception is limited on Stradbroke Island and is dependent on your network carrier. Please check coverage with your privider prior to departure.
Vehicle ferry transfers available. Please contact us for information.

Getting to Straddie from:

Airport- catch the Air train to Brisbane City, either Roma Street or Central station. Board the Cleveland train and disembark at Cleveland station (final station on the Cleveland line). Courtesy buses can be caught from the bus station outside, to the water taxis at Toondah Harbour, located at the end of Middle Street, Cleveland.
If driving, take the Gateway bridge exit from the left lane of Airport Drive. Cross the Gateway bridge. Note well that this is a toll road. After crossing the Gateway Bridge take the Old Cleveland Road exit from the left lane of the Gateway Motorway. Follow Old Cleveland Road straight through to Cleveland. Take Middle Street, Cleveland to its end at Toondah Harbour for the jump off point of the ferries.

Toll cards and information can be found at the following website:Easier, smarter ways to pay for Australian toll roads - Linkt

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