North Stradbroke Island (Indigenous: Minjerribah), colloquially Straddie or North Straddie,is an island that lies within Moreton Bay in the Australian state of Queensland, 30 kilometres southeast of the capital Brisbane. Before 1896 the island was part of the Stradbroke Island. In that year a storm separated it from South Stradbroke Island, forming the Jumpinpin Channel. The Quandamooka people are the traditional owners of North Stradbroke island.

At 275.2 square kilometres, it is the second largest sand island in the world. On the island there are three small towns, a number of lakes and beaches along most of the seaward coastline with rocky outcrops at Point Lookout. An Aboriginal presence on the island has been long and ongoing, resulting in a successful native title determination. Tourism is a major and growing industry on the island.

This is what we call home, check out these videos and see why. - We just love it and you will too. We have so many families that annually now bring their families to share this gorgeous piece of tranquility, so close to Brisbane, a bucket list visit 

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