Main Beach on North Stradbroke Island (Minjerribah) is aptly named as it stretches 38 kilometres from Point Lookout to the southern end of the island.
Popular for family camping, fishing and great surf breaks, Main Beach is accessible only by four wheel drive vehicle (you will need a vehicle access permit from Minjerribah Camping). There are 200 unpowered sites in 15 separate camping areas at the southern end of the beach. Dogs are allowed, but must be kept on a leash at all times.
Your campsite can be your base for great fishing, bush walks, interaction with wildlife and watching whales passing by between June and October. Koalas are regularly spotted in the island’s gum trees and kangaroos are regular visitors to the beach.
Campers on North Stradbroke Island are lucky enough to enjoy nature in the pristine state mother nature intended: fishing in crystal clear water, driving down spotless, golden beaches and camping in bushland that some of Australia's cutest native wildlife call home.
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