Stradbroke Island Bus Day Trip

Sunday 5th Dec 8:00am - 5:30pm
Departs Roma St Brisbane

Stradbroke Island is a must see tourist stop in South East Queensland. Join us on our bus and we'll take you there, via ferry too, to see the wondrous natural sights, and of course head to the beach.

Stradbroke is an unspoiled, natural paradise, of beaches, bushland and waterways; teeming with Australian flora and fauna. There is an abundance of Indigenous culture to be found as well - the Quandamooka people being the traditional owners.

Once on Stradbroke we'll take you to the incredible cliffside walk at Point Lookout, with many memorable photo opportunities at hand. After lunch at one  of many options at Point Lookout, in the afternoon we'll be at patrolled Cylinder Beach, where you can go for a swim or laze on the beach.  

Please be on time for the bus in the morning. We can't wait - the ferry won't wait for us!


 
PICKUP/DROPOFF

Our bus will be on Roma Street at Stop 125, in front of the big parking centre and opposite the police station/museum.

*Please be at the bus stop by 7:50 to meet your hosts, in time for us to depart at 8:00 sharp -we can't afford to miss the ferry!*

REFUNDS

Due to the nature of the travel industry, we cannot provide refunds.

FINE PRINT

Please note this tour is not-for profit and therefore does not include public liability insurance By attending you do so at your own risk and waive any indemnity of To Do Brisbane.

Beach - pristine white sand, patrolled swimming
Point Lookout Walk - Amazing photos
​Bus & Ferry - tour to all destinations & back
Aussie animals - kangaroos & koalas in wild

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SCHEDULE


8:00am: Meet at Roma St Stop 125 Brisbane

 

9:00am: Catch ferry from Cleveland to Stradbroke

 

10:30am: Spectacular cliffside walk at Point Lookout

12:00am: Lunch at Point Lookout

1:30pm: Beach time at Cylinder Beach

4:00pm: Catch Ferry back to Brisbane.

5:30pm: Arrive back in Brisbane