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Minjerribah recreation area

Main beach

Main beach

Beach four-wheel driving

Beach four-wheel driving

Bushwalkers enjoying the pristine surrounds

Bushwalkers enjoying the pristine surrounds

The Minjerribah Recreation Area has been declared on North Stradbroke Island and covers holiday parks, camping areas and beaches that allow four-wheel driving.

This area has historically been managed by Redland City Council. Council has made way for Straddie Camping, a new management framework operated by the Quandamooka People.

The Minjerribah Recreation Area is managed under the Recreation Areas Management Act 2006, and underpins the future transition into a new management framework for holiday parks and beach camping and driving areas on the island.

The Minjerribah Recreation Area covers the following sites:

  • the holiday parks at Adams Beach, Bradbury’s Beach, Amity Point, Adder Rock, Thankful Rest and Cylinder Beach
  • the beach camping areas at Main Beach and Flinders Beach
  • the foreshores at Main Beach and Flinders Beach.

Refer to the map of the Minjerribah Recreation Area (PDF, 463K).

Visitors can still bring their dogs to Main Beach and Flinders Beach, and camping and four-wheel driving on these beaches will also continue unchanged, although permits are still needed.

Straddie Camping manages the area. For all camping and vehicle access permit bookings and enquiries, phone (07) 3409 9668 or visit www.straddiecamping.com.au.

Last updated
31 October 2012