This was the second time we have camped at Bradburys Beach, Straddie. This time we bought 2 other families and we towed our boats up as well (from Sydney). We stayed here out of school holidays and had the campground all to ourselves. Blessed 25-30deg days and one night of rain. Bradburys beach campground was good for us as we had 2 boats and about 8 kayaks. We kayaked to a few of the wrecks close by and we also boated up to Morton Island and across to Peel Island. Staying here gave us easy access to the beaches for 4wding. Heaps of wildlife to see. One morning we saw a koala working through the campground. Some great isolated spots to visit if you have a 4wd. We really loved the Keyhole lakes. Driving to it was a challenge but being able to kayak the lakes was so worth it.
- 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