Minjerribah Camping EcoShacks

Amity Point, North Stradbroke Island, Redland City Area

Indicative Rate * AU$230 to AU$280

Straddie Camping offers easy access island camping on 'Minjerribah', North Stradbroke Island, just off the coast of Brisbane.

Two fully equipped EcoShack offer a 'glamping' experience at the Amity Point Camping Ground. The EcoShacks feature large windows, fan cooling, and off-the-ground positioning to take advantage of the island breezes. The Quandamooka People's cultural considerations to land, seasons and wildlife, were integrated in the design concept and application. Environmental best practice technology is utilised for the treatment of water and sewerage to ensure a minimal environmental footprint, and landscaping use native species endemic to North Stradbroke Island.

The main door features an inlaid design by local Quandamooka Artist Belinda Close. They face directly onto the beachfront, taking advantage of the magnificent sunsets over Moreton Bay.

Amity Point Campground (Pulan Pulan ) has a family friendly interpretive walk, with signposted points of interest providing information on the area's rich Aboriginal history, as well as featuring ancient Aboriginal stories. The interpretive walk lets guests immerse themselves in the living cultural landscape of Minjerribah, and learn about the Quandamooka people's connection to the land - dating back tens of thousands of years.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Camp Kitchen
  • Car park
  • Communal Shower
  • Laundry

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Camping
  • Canoeing
  • Cycling
  • Off Road Driving

Our Rooms

Two fully equipped EcoShack offer a 'glamping' experience on Minjerribah, North Stradbroke Island.

The EcoShacks feature large windows, fan cooling, and off-the-ground positioning to take advantage of the island breezes. Windows and doors are fitted with heavy-duty roll-down canvas zippered screens, and the main door features an inlaid design by local Quandamooka Artist Belinda Close.

The EcoShacks face directly onto the beachfront, with views of the magnificent sunsets over Moreton Bay.

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