Cylinder Beach camping area
Straddie’s most popular campground is metres from Cylinder’s patrolled surf beach and close to Point Lookout’s shops and pub. There are 60 unpowered sites, 8 powered sites and plenty of shade. From the ferry at Dunwich, take East Coast Rd about 19 km to Point Lookout, and follow the signs to Cylinder Beach. The park is on the left-hand side at the bottom of the hill. Note: there are electric BBQs in the adjacent public park.
Who to contact: for Minjerribah Recreation Area contact NPRSR 13 7468 www.nprsr.qld.gov.au How to book: Straddie Camping, (07) 3409 9668; www.straddiecamping.com.au, firstname.lastname@example.org Permits: an annual permit is required to drive 4WDs on Flinders and Main beaches. These can be purchased online, at the Straddie Camping office in Dunwich or at the camping areas at Adder Rock, Amity Point and Cylinder Beach
This campsite is located in North Stradbroke Island
Called Minjerribah by the Indigenous Quandamooka people, and affectionately known as ‘Straddie’ among locals, the laid-back vibe and subtropical beauty of Stradbroke Island will have you blissfully relaxed from the moment you arrive. Spot dolphins and manta rays on the North Gorge Headlands Walk, take a scuba-diving adventure, hike through bushland to magnificent freshwater lakes, enjoy a 4WD tour on the beach, go fishing, or simply sit back at the Point Lookout pub and enjoy the glorious sunsets. Several areas of North Stradbroke Island are now part of Naree Budjong Djara National Park and Minjerribah Recreation Area, jointly administered by the Quandamooka and NPRSR. All campsites must be booked and paid for in advance of travel.
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