Australia is home to the four largest
sand islands in the world.
Minjerribah and Mulgumpin are two of them.
If you are looking to holiday or stay on Minjerribah (North Stradbroke Island) or Mulgumpin (Moreton Island), Quandamooka Coast can help with our unique camping, glamping and cabin-style accommodation offerings.
Before you book, please also take into consideration:
How you are getting to Minjerribah or Mulgumpin – you may need to book a ferry. School holidays and peak seasons can book out very quickly. For more information visit here.
If you are wanting to travel on Mulgumpin you will need a 4WD vehicle and a Vehicle Access Permit. You can book here.
If you are wanting to travel on Minjerribah where there is 4WD vehicle access allowed, you will need a Vehicle Access Permit as well. You can book that here at the same time as booking accommodation. Access to other locations is on sealed and unsealed roads accessible by a normal 2WD vehicle.
Minjerribah Camping on Minjerribah (North Stradbroke Island) is our partner business and proudly 100% Aboriginal owned. If you’re wanting to be close to the water, Minjerribah Camping offers some of the best Straddie holiday spots including hundreds of island camping sites overlooking kilometres of white sandy beaches.
With a permit you can camp on Flinders or Main Beach and be self-sufficient with no facilities. Or you can choose one of our other beachside camping grounds that offer powered and unpowered sites suitable for tents, camper trailers and caravans at:
Cylinder Beach – Mulumba (Point Lookout)
Adder Rock – Mulumba (Point Lookout)
Home Beach – Mulumba (Point Lookout)
Amity Point – Pulan
Bradbury’s Beach – Goompi (Dunwich)
Adam’s Beach – Goompi (Dunwich)
We also have a selection of fully equipped cabins and glamping tents at Adder Rock. Adder Rock Camping Ground is situated at Mulumba (Point Lookout) and is well known for having resident koalas in the trees here. The camping ground is in a shady location, sheltered behind native tea tree and pandanus forests.
Minjerribah Camping is committed to providing guests with memorable eco-friendly island holiday experiences. Book through their website here.
Mulgumpin (Moreton Island) is one of the four largest sand islands in the world and one of the few that can only be travelled across by foot and 4WD vehicle. There is over 30km of majestic coastline to be explored along with amazing natural escarpments, sand dunes and crystal seas. Famous for the Tangalooma Wrecks and the buanguan (dolphin) it is worth taking the time to stay, snorkel and explore.
When Native Title of Mulgumpin (Moreton Island) was granted to QYAC in November 2019, the management rights of all vehicle and camping permits was given to QYAC. If you would like to book a camping permit at one of the many Mulgumpin camping spots or if you would like to book a one month or annual (4WD only) vehicle access permit, please visit our Mulgumpin Camping website here.