Amity Point is the smallest of three townships located on stunning North Stradbroke Island, one of the largest sand islands in the world. Located off the coast of Brisbane, the island can be accessed via a regular ferry service departing from mainland Cleveland.
Amity Point is known for its charming, village atmosphere and its superb location, perched on the northern tip of the island. The small hamlet is surrounded by tropical rainforests and white sandy beaches lapped by the crystal clear waters of the ocean and bay. Flinders Beach to the east of Amity Point and the Wanga Wallen Bank, to the south, are some of the most pristine sections of coastline in Australia.... more
Water sports are popular in the area with many great spots to sail, fish, kayak or swim. During winter, nearby Point Lookout is considered one of the best places in the country to watch the whales on their slow migration north.
Within the small community of Amity Point itself, you will find some shops, cafes and restaurants and conveniences including a jetty and post office.
There are a range of accommodation options in Amity Point to suit all budgets. Waterfront cabins, budget units, cottages, bungalows and houses are all available for short term hire. Foreshore campsites are popular but can only be accessed by four-wheel drive and permits are required.... less
Must See and Do
Paddle a sea kayak around the shoreline at Amity, hire a jet ski or sandboard down a dune.
Indulge in fresh seafood straight from the trawler.
Have a picnic at Cabarita park, Clayton Road, which has picnic tables, barbecues, play equipment, drinking water and toilets.
Go snorkelling and see the colourful reef fish.