Miriam Vale

Miriam Vale is located on the Bruce Highway 475 kilometres north of Brisbane, with the main North South rail line passing through the town.

With a population of about 600, the quaint township of Miriam Vale is a hub for the timber, cattle and dairy industries. The town offers the traveller an excellent opportunity to rest and refresh. Drop into the service station with the giant crab for one of their famous mud crab sandwiches. In the old-style main street near the highway through the town, you can have a picnic lunch in the park, a coffee in the café or a cool drink in the nearby pub.

Miriam Vale boasts a strong tourist influx, good fishing, National Parks and a high population growth particularly along the Coastal fringe. The town serves as the main gateway to the delightful Discovery Coast towns of Agnes Water and Seventeen Seventy, Eurimbula, Baffle Creek, and Deepwater National Parks.

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Miriam Vale, Gladstone Area
Queensland
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Macleay Island

Macleay Island, Redland City Area
With an emerging arts culture, Macleay Island has a range of art to explore within the Macleay Island Arts Complex Inc. There are several beaches for swimming and fishing, with barbecue facilities in the foreshore parks.

Russell Island

Russell Island, Redland City Area
Be greeted by an amazing mosaic masterpiece that will set the mood for your visit to Russell Island, the largest of the Southern Moreton Bay Islands. For fishing, there's a jetty at the northern end of the island, with a nearby fenced swimming enclosure for cooling off on a hot day.

Karragarra Island

Karragarra Island, Redland City Area
Karragarra is a great day-trip destination and is the smallest of the Southern Moreton Bay Islands, about half a kilometre wide and four kilometres long. The experience starts with a short water taxi ride from Redland Bay.

Lamb Island

Lamb Island, Redland City Area
Get away from it all and rest in the peaceful and tranquil waters of Moreton Bay. Lamb Island was known by the Aboriginal people of Moreton Bay as Nguderoo, or paperbark trees. It is the second smallest of the Southern Moreton Bay Islands, is easily navigable, has a general store, recreation club and a swimming enclosure for cooling off in the bay waters.
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