Caravan parks in North Stradbroke Island

Cruise your RV or caravan over to Straddie’s sandy shores.

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Caravan parks in North Stradbroke Island guide

Overview

Ranking as the second-largest sand island in the world, you’re never far from the beach on North Stradbroke Island. Known as Minjerribah, its Aboriginal name, or Straddie, its local nickname, the island’s strong point is its accessibility. Not only can you cruise out to the island from Brisbane in just 45 minutes, but you can bring your caravan on the car ferry and explore many of the lakes, beaches, and lookout points in a 2WD. Pack your swimsuit, as there are plenty of opportunities to swim and snorkel, and you can also scuba dive with manta rays, spot humpback whales and dolphins, and hike through the dunes. You’ll need a camping permit to camp on the island, but you can choose from six caravan campgrounds right on the beachfront, all of which provide powered and unpowered sites, along with toilet and shower facilities, and BBQ areas.

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