Regular vehicle and passenger ferries between these four lesser known Moreton Bay islands makes for easy access to plan your own island hopping adventure…. In fact the passenger ferries island to island are FREE!
The smallest of the islands at only 2km long and 500m wide, there’s no shortage of picnic spots here. It’s a peaceful charming little island, and a great swimming spot with a netted enclosure near the jetty.
Fishing, boating and kayaking abound here, and there’s also a recreation clubhouse where you can join the locals for a yarn.
There’s plenty to do and see on this island which is home to a popular bowls club, Club Macleay where the sunset views are second to none. There’s an art centre with regular exhibitions and workshops and Pretty Produce is a flower farm specializing is edible flowers, weeds and leaves. When it comes to accommodation, we really love Licorice House by Curious Cottages.
As the largest of the four islands, there’s no shortage of things to see and do here. The community vibe is felt from the moment you step or drive off the ferry. Aunty Alice’s Café is a great lunching spot overlooking the water, and there’s also a bowls club and RSL.
More details can be found at the Visit Redlands Coast Website.