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Get the adrenaline pumping on land and sea. Sand
boarding down pristine dunes ... snorkeling with
turtles ...riding the waves ... sightseeing on a 4WD
adventure ...you can do it all in Redlands on Moreton Bay.
From the bushland and coastline of the mainland, to the
diverse landscapes of the islands, Redlands on Moreton Bay
offers more than simply stunning views and relaxing
If you want to get active surrounded by some of south-
east Queensland's most spectacular scenery, then look no
further than the Redlands, where you can enjoy everything
from bushwalks and cycling to adrenaline pumping
pursuits like wind surfing, scuba diving and rope climbing.
When it comes to water-based sports, Redlands on
Moreton Bay has a fantastic range on offer, including
kayaking, canoeing, surfing and snorkeling as well as safe
swimming beaches and aqua bikes for hire.
A great place to start is North Stradbroke Island, one of the
largest sand islands in the world, with kilometres of white
sandy beaches on one side and the calm waters of Moreton
Bay on the other.
There you can dive or snorkel and maybe spot manta rays,
leopard sharks, grey nurse sharks, turtles and dolphins -- or
even humpback whales at the right time of year.
Another great way to enjoy the water is a sea kayaking
tour from Cylinder Beach at Point Lookout. After an
instruction session on the beach, you're ready to paddle out
through the surf with your guide and explore the waters off
Straddie. Or, you could head out on a sail boat or catamaran
for a few hours, a day trip or even overnight.
For the ultimate in thrills and spills, you can tackle sand
boarding on the island's sand dunes with Straddie
Adventures. Before you launch yourself down the dunes,
make sure you take in the spectacular view of the naturally
formed sand bowl, with the Pacific Ocean as a back drop.
For something a little less heart-thumping, why not try
barefoot bowls or golf? Imagine rolling your bowl down the
green on Macleay Island, with soft turf underfoot, a gentle
sea breeze and panoramic views across Moreton Bay, or a
round of golf on the foreshore at the Redland Bay Golf Club.
If you're looking for a fun day out, you can't go past
Coochiemudlo Island, just off the coast from Victoria Point,
with its tinnies, canoes, kayaks and aqua bikes available for
hire in the protected waters of Moreton Bay.
There's also an extensive network of cycling and walking
tracks across the mainland and islands. You can take your
bicycle on any of the vehicle ferries servicing the islands for
a day trip (some passenger ferry services also allow bikes,
subject to space availability).
The Southern Moreton Bay Islands offer adventurous
cyclists panoramic views across Moreton Bay, and Macleay
and Russell Island in particular have several hill climbs.North
Stradbroke Island has the added challenge of sand, as well as
spectacular views over bushland, Moreton Bay and the
Pacific Ocean. For those on foot, the North Gorge Walk at
Point Lookout offers one of the most stunning outlooks
along the Queensland coastline.
(Redland City Council produces a cycling and walking
guide with maps of the mainland and island networks,
available from the Redlands on Moreton Bay Visitor Centre,
or online at www.more2redlands.com.au/explore.)
Those really wanting to test their fitness can combine
land and water sport for the annual Straddie Salute in
October.The North Stradbroke Island event features an off-
road triathlon, teams challenge, the Stradbroke Island Fun
Run & Walk and The Straddie Gift, a 100m beach sprint.
Dubbed "not just a race, it's an adventure"
, Straddie Salute is
presented by Weekend Warrior Events.
The Straddie Salute
North Stradbroke Island, every October
P: 0449 253 173
If fishing is more your sport,you have a myriad of options.You
can throw in a line from mainland and island jetties, take your
tinnie out into the bay,or hunt for mud crabs at low tide.There are
also deep sea charters for those more adventurous anglers.
So, if you're looking for a way to get active outdoors in
beautiful surrounds, you'll be spoiled for choice at Redlands
on Moreton Bay.
Find out everything you need to know about experiences
in Redlands on Moreton Bay:
Redlands on Moreton Bay Visitor Centre
Raby Bay Harbour complex
2/152 Shore St West, Cleveland
P: 1300 667 386
Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm, Sat-Sun, 9am-3pm
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