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Amity Point, Point Lookout, Dunwich, Redland City, North Stradbroke Island, Queensland 4183 Australia
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#3 of 14 in North Stradbroke Island
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Minjerribah Camping on North Stradbroke Island offers six beachfront camping grounds with powered and unpowered tent, camper trailer and caravan sites, and 20 air-conditioned cabins. For 'back to nature' camping, there are also hundreds of camping sites nestled among the sand dunes, and overlooking the Island's iconic white sandy beaches. Popular for surfing, scuba diving, kayaking, and bushwalking; the Island is renowned for dolphins, turtles, manta-rays, kangaroos and koalas, and the annual humpback whale migration.
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Self-serve laundry
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JG wrote a review Mar 2022
Brisbane, Australia1 contribution
There are fewer rules in North Korea than there are on Straddie these days. Do yourself a favour and go somewhere else. The company that runs this are the most obnoxious rule followers you will come across. Hopefully someone else sees this before they book and pay.
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Date of stay: February 2022
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Rick James wrote a review Dec 2021
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I never post reviews but I have to speak up here. I have been to North Straddie 3 times I 2021. The first was strangely different to previous years and the locals seemed over the top about covid restrictions and very narky about mainlanders visiting. This was a business trip and all covid guidelines were followed by my party of associated people. The second time was no different, camped on Flinders and the service in all the shops was very unaccomodating and unwanted. I brought my dog and although the island used to be pet friendly and it's still advertised that way, none of the cafes would allow my super gentle kind and friendly staffy/Mastiff anywhere near the venues. Was asked to tie him out the front in the sun with no water so ended up leaving. The last trip I just got home from was horrendous. As soon as we got there we had booked for Flinders and was told at the booking kiosk that there were no spots left. The attendant kept looking in my truck at the dog and exiled us to main beach where we nearly got blown away the first night and we could gave easily died. We went to Flinders the next day and found there were many many free spots available so we found a nice one and had a really good last few days. I've been to straddie on the regular for over 20 years now and I feel the place has completely lost touch. Most I'f not all the shop owners are rude to the public seemingly scared of the virus so we get treated like scum. Prejudice towards specific dog breeds and very boomer like attitude towards good honest people just looking to enjoy some quiet time away. What was once my favourite spot has now become somewhere I will not be returning to anytime soon. Cheers Straddie, your all a bunch of toff nosed wankers... Enjoy going broke.
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Date of stay: December 2021Trip type: Travelled
Tanya C wrote a review Dec 2021
Rome, Italy2 contributions1 helpful vote
We arrived after hours to stay 2-night at the Eco Shacks. We have 2 small children. Our key card was provided in a basket out the front of the campground gates (no lock box or anything so anyone could have accessed it prior to our arrival which I found a little bizarre). The shack was clean, and well set out. Kitchen has a lot of cooking items (you have to use campground cooking facilities or bbqs), large fridge, small coffee machine (we didn’t use this). There is a wonderful deck overlooking the Amity Point beach, there is a road for the campground in front of this, so don’t think it’s private as you have everyone walking past looking in at times. I can appreciate the design and the ‘glamping’ feel to it all. I’ve stayed in similar tents like this. The one area that did surprise me, is that there just some little things missing (especially for the price you pay). E.g no hand towels, no face washers, no amenities like little single shampoo/conditioner/soaps. Luckily we’d been travelling other places so we had all this on us. I also tried to connect to the wifi and it didn’t work at all. These are things that should be there/work. The rest of the campground just looked run down, grass overgrown. I know it wasn’t busy season but we still very much noticed this lack of upkeep. I actually didn’t see one staff member in the whole time we were there - although we didn’t go into the office during the day at all. We appreciated the kangaroos out in the morning & being able to walk across to the small beach across the road. All in all, next time I’d probably stay in a hotel instead.
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Date of stay: November 2021Trip type: Travelled
gayle-k-QLD wrote a review Dec 2021
Maroochydore, Australia111 contributions8 helpful votes
Omg - perfect Section 11 & 12 the pick as can see the ocean Site signs are on the beach access tracks on the front sites Sandy back track access need 4WD via Amity point Continue down past Amity general store turns into a small road turn right onto sandy track before u hit the beach Need own toilet and shower Can access public toilets and outdoor showers at Amity point near the boatramp Dump point in amity caravan park they hv to give u access Can fill up water as well Dog friendly Shady spots Short drive to hole in the wall coffee and a small shop Swimming near the boatramp is nice is surf at flinders to rough Teenagers loved it - they surfed at Cylinders beach - beach access sites were safe for them Very private nice and bushy sites Worth driving into the pub at the point top views nice food or little ship club for a beer at dunwich great grassy area on the water - cute
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Date of stay: December 2021Trip type: Travelled
Adrienne G wrote a review Oct 2021
Adelaide, Australia7 contributions3 helpful votes
Minjimbah advertises and their web site says dog friendly but this applies at two remote beaches only , not accessible without four wheel drive. It does not apply to the amity point camping ground which is not clear. We left immediately snd was told it will be two weeks till we get a refund. Return ferry booked out, at $90 one way and $103 to return this has been an expensive day trip! See ya Straddie we won’t return.
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Date of stay: October 2021Trip type: Travelled
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AustraliaQueenslandBrisbane RegionRedland CityNorth Stradbroke Island
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Frequently Asked Questions about Minjerribah Camping
Which popular attractions are close to Minjerribah Camping?
Nearby attractions include Cylinder Beach (0.00 km), Amity Point Jetty (1.2 km), and Dunwich Cemetery (4.2 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Minjerribah Camping?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free parking, self serve laundry, and fishing.
Is parking available at Minjerribah Camping?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Minjerribah Camping?
Conveniently located restaurants include Rufus King Seafoods Amity Point, Bo Beans Coffee, and The Gutter Bar.