Stradbroke Island Views. Visitors take advantage of the majestic views on Stradbroke Island. North Stradbroke is the second largest sand island in the world and is situated east of Brisbane in Queensland, Australia.. Apart from the pristine beaches, the serene inland lakes, the abundant wildlife and flora, another huge part of the allure of 'Straddie' are the amazing rugged coastal outcrops.
Stradbroke Island is a popular place for whale watching as there are many wonderful vantage points to spot them from the shore. The best time for viewing the migration of whales is from June to November and one of the best places to see this exciting event is along the North Gorge Headland.
The town of Dunwich is known as Goompi by the Quandamooka people and this small town on the western side of the island is part of the Redland City local government. The other two towns on the island are known as Amity Point and Point Lookout. The first settlement at Dunwich was established in 1827 as a pilot station and a military post.
The Stradbroke Surf Life Saving Club is situated overlooking Main Beach and this unique venue caters for functions such as weddings, special events, conferences and school camps.
Spectacular seascape images feature all around the perimeter of this picturesque place and this image is just one example of the beauty of Stradbroke Island.
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October 22nd, 2019
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