Amity Point, Stradbroke Island
- Caravans ok
- Eco Shacks
- Shower facilities
- Power & water
- Washing machine
- Communal kitchen
- BBQ facilities
- Picnic areas
- Free WiFi
- Bush walking
- General store
- Kayaking & canoeing
- Shops & eateries
- Snorkelling & scuba
- Stand up paddle
- Surf beaches
- Swimming beaches
- Whale watching
- Wildlife interactions
Sites are located in sunny open areas, and shady glades under native cotton trees. There are 11 self contained cabins, and 2 unique 'glamping' EcoShacks.
The spacious camp ground is ideal for school groups, corporate groups and social clubs with plenty of room to set up marquees or communal cooking or gathering areas. Two modern undercover camp kitchens offer electric BBQ's, power outlets, sinks, and picnic tables.
Summary of accommodation facilities
143 (6x6) unpowered tents sites, 28 unpowered campervan/trailer/caravan sites, 23 powered sites, 11 cabins (6 with ensuites), 2 'glamping' EcoShacks.
All cabins include bed linen but you will need to bring your own towels.
Peak Season Dates
- 17 September 2016 - 3 October 2016
- 28 October 2016 - 1 November 2016
- 10 December 2016 - 22 January 2017
- 1 April 2017 - 17 April 2017
- 24 June 2017 - 9 July 2017
- 16 September 2017 - 2 October 2017
- 30th March 2018 – 15th April 2018
- 30th June 2018 – 15th July 2018
- 9 December 2017 - 21 January 2018
The structures draw inspiration from traditional Australian tent styles, and the quintessential North Stradbroke Island beach shacks, while also integrating the Quandamooka People's cultural considerations in design concept and application.
Importantly, sustainability initiatives, and aesthetics that strongly related to the island's traditional structures have been incorporated into the designs.
Melinda, Jan 2019
We recently enjoyed a long weekend at Amity Point. The location in second to none! Absolutely picture perfect. We scored well with the weather gods and lapped up the snorkelling, stand up paddle boarding, relaxing with breathtaking views and generally having a great time with the wildlife. A few dolphins came right into the shore where the kids were playing, we saw a koala in the tree and goanna in the park. Needless to say, the kids had a ball!! We’ll definitely be back!! Thank you!
Jas, Jan 2019
This was the second time my four year old grandson and I have visited Amity and it certainly won't be the last.We had an ideal campsite that was only a stone's throw from the crystal clear water that offered safe swimming. The wild dolphins we encountered were an added bonus and the bay offered a safe practice ground for us as beginning kayakers. The amenities were excellent and everything was spotlessly cleaned on a regular basis. Quandamooka Country is a piece of paradise. Thank you for sharing it.
Mandy, Jan 2019
We have just returned home from another amazing week at Amity Point! A great location alongside spectacular views of crystal clear water and the best sunsets ever! Good camping amenities and friendly staff!
Cameron, Jan 2019
Always a great camping trip. We camped right on the waters edge and enjoyed fishing, watching dolphins ,stingrays, turtles and koalas from our location, and it was a pleasure to check in with friendly staff. I highly recommend this place as I've been coming here for 35 years.
Ciannait, Jan 2019
Clean, relaxed, quiet, in a beautiful location. A great place for families, especially with young children. Amity point is a beautiful location, and a super relaxed and quiet community.
Sandy, Dec 2018
Absolutely beautiful @ Amity Camping & the Minjerribah staff are just amazing , very helpful & friendly, thank you!
Teara, Sept 2018
Our family always go to Amity Point. The people are awesome. We usually camp but this time we booked a cabin and it was wonderful. We go at least 5 times a year but I think our family have been at least 7 times already. Well definitely suggest to all our family.
James, July 2018
A piece of heaven. The Minjerribah Camping park at Amity Point is delightful in many ways. Locals wander freely around the park including koalas, goannas, and wallabies. Myriad and fascinating bird life entertains with delightful songs and antics. For the visitor to the park the sites are spacious and the facilities clean and adequate. The afternoon sunsets at the pier are a photographers delight and treat those present to colourful hues from burnt orange to soft pastel blues and pinks. Tents, caravans, camper trailers and cyclists with swags enjoy the open spaces alongside glampers in the enviro cabins. Covered BBQ areas are a great community meeting place. A short ferry ride from Cleveland will bring you to this camping treasure.