It does get busy here, but that's because it's so good.
It's well located to the bus stop, and the local supermarket is only five minutes walk away and it's not a long way to the Point.
Each tent has an allocated, well marked space and relatively fresh turf fresh turf had been laid down for each site.
The amenities are clean and in good order, and there's a small playground for a break from beach activities. It all seems well run and managed.
I won't bother extolling the virtues of Stradbroke in general here, but I was pretty happy to be able to see dolphins, manta rays and sea turtles on this trip. Some times of year you can see whales off in the distance, too.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Straddie Camping on North Stradbroke Island offers six beachfront camping grounds with powered and unpowered tent, camper trailer and caravan sites, and 20 air-conditioned cabins. For 'back to nature' camping, there are also hundreds of camping sites nestled among the sand dunes, and overlooking the Island's iconic white sandy beaches. Popular for surfing, scuba diving, kayaking, and bushwalking; the Island is renowned for dolphins, turtles, manta-rays, kangaroos and koalas, and the annual humpback whale migration. ... more less