Amazing place for dolphin spotting. Gorgeous views all around. Must do the gorge walk when on straddie! Lots of kangaroo and wallaby hang here as well!
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I can't pick one thing... whether its kangaroos having breakfast 2 meters in front of you or the insane view of the beaches... it's definitely worth the walk. There's some great lookout points but do what the sign says and don't go too far off....More
This is a nice, leisurely walk with beautiful views, especially when the Gorge is angry and the sea surges in.
When traveling to Stradbroke Island make sure you don't miss the North Gorge Walk. Depending on the season you will see a variety of wildlife that can include kangaroos, koalas, echidnas, turtles, whales, dolphins as well a huge range of birds. It is not a...More
visited north stradbroke for the last four years have been to the north gorge walk three times great views and makes for great photos also get to see the wildlife up close as there are kangaroos in the bush as you are walking through the...More
Long boardwalk taken at your own leisure. See whales if you're lucky, and different wildlife and birds along the way.
This is a spectacular 1.2 km walk that does loop from the Point Lookout resturants. The track is mainly a well maintained board walk with numerous places to and contemplate the scenery. We spotted many whales and pods of dolphins only 300 to 500 metres...More