Experience Minjerribah (North Stradbroke Island)

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North Stradbroke Island is the second largest sand island in the world (behind Fraser) and boasts natural beauty in its freshwater lakes, forests and oceanside cliffs.

It is a great local option for Brisbane schools and offers a variety of natural environments, from eucalyptus forests around Blue Lake to coral communities at Amity Point to pristine mangrove forests at Myora Springs. Whether you’d prefer a 4×4 adventure or an inspired day trip, Second Nature offers a variety of tour options for Special Interest Groups.

What we provide

  • Award-winning facilitators
  • Itineraries and Flyers
  • Transportation options (we arrange flights where necessary and provide options for ground and water transport)
  • Accommodation options (we provide quotes to utilise the most affordable and most appropriate accommodation to suit your needs)
  • Catering options (all food is covered through our fantastic range of reliable third-party providers)
  • Images from the trip

Minjerribah (North Stradbroke Island) Tours for Special Interest Groups

Our Special Interest programs are designed for groups of any size who are looking for a unique and tailored travel experience. The experiences are designed to capture a group’s niche interests and can be made to suit all budgets. Some examples of niche categories that our Special Interest Tours to Fraser Island have catered to previously include:

  • Adventure Tours
  • Bird Watching
  • Arts Tours
  • Indigenous Australian Cultural Tours

Destination Highlights

  • Spot whales, dolphins and turtles from Point Lookout
  • Enjoy spectacular views of the island’s western coast from the Gorge Walk
  • Take a dip in the secluded Blue Lake
  • Visit Cylinder Beach, Deadman’s Beach, Flinder’s Beach and Main Beach
  • Race your friends down an impressive sand blow!
  • Follow the crystal-clear waters of Myora Springs to the mangrove forest
  • Visit the North Stradbroke Island Historical Museum at Dunwich
  • Visit UQ’s Moreton Island Research Station
  • Explore the beaches by 4×4!

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Example Itinerary: North Stradbroke Island Day Tour

Below is an example itinerary with a focus on environment and culture throughout Minjerribah

07:30 Arrive Cleveland wharf
08:00 Ferry to Dunwich
09:00 Depart Dunwich for Brown Lake (Bummiera)
09:15 Arrive at Brown Lake for a swim and Morning Tea
09:45 Depart Brown Lake for Blue Lake (Karboora)
10:00 Arrive at Blue Lake for a swim and walks around the lake
10:30 Depart Blue Lake for Myora (Capeembah) Springs
10:45 Arrive at Myora Springs for mangrove walk and History lesson
11:00 Depart Myora Springs for Amity Point
11:15 Arrive at Amity Point for snorkelling
11:45 Lunch at Amity Point
12:30 Depart Amity Point for Point Lookout
13:00 Arrive at Point Lookout and take off down the Gorge Walk
14:00 Depart Point Lookout for Main Beach
14:05 4×4 driving on Main Beach. There will be time for a swim too!
14:45 Depart Main Beach for Deadman’s Beach
14:55 Arrive at Deadman’s Beach to explore the Rocky Shores
15:15 Depart Deadman’s Beach for Cylinder Beach
15:20 Arrive at Cylinder Beach for swimming and Afternoon Tea
16:00 Depart Cylinder Beach for Dunwich
16:15 Arrive at Dunwich for Minjerribah Aboriginal Culture Walk
17:45 Return to Dunwich ferry terminal
17:55 Take the ferry from Dunwich to Cleveland
19:00 Arrive at Cleveland. End entire program.