North Stradbroke Island Quandamooka Festival
4 Days 28 to 31 August 2020 1:2 $3380 ex Brisbane and surrounds NDIS portion approx $1700 participant pays $1680
Just a short ferry ride from Brisbane City, a love for country runs deep amongst the Nughi, Nunukul and Gorenpul clans, known collectively as the Quandamooka People of South East Queensland.
The Quandamooka people celebrate their connection to the land around the Redlands and Minjerribah (North Stradbroke Island), their living history, stories, arts and culture with a series of events running across the Quandamooka Festival.
Whilst on the Island we will experience bush tucker dining, arts and cultural talks by specialists. Plus, new events featuring international acts and First Nations dancers and performances.
Whilst touring the island, we see incredible wildlife, beaches, and lookouts. On the island we are exposed to wild Kangaroos, Koalas, Dolphins, Turtles, Manta Rays, Whales (in season) and so much more! Empty, clean, clear watered beaches that you could only dream about.
Take a 4WD tour along the beautiful beaches to enjoy a picnic lunch whilst trying our luck with some fishing.
At Amity the waters are calm, and the area is a favorite place for spotting dolphins, whales and pelicans. Amity is great for throwing a line in from jetty. If that catch of the day eludes you don’t worry, there’s plenty of seafood to be had at Amity from Seashells Café or Rufus King Seafood.