Visitor info

Getting to and around the festival and where to stay



Quandamooka Festival is held on the Traditional land of the Quandamooka People of Moreton Bay. Minjerribah (North Stradbroke Island) lies 30km South East of Brisbane City, and is only 13km from the bayside suburb of Cleveland.

The Island has a static population of around 3000, but at holiday times this figure rises considerably to encompass around 30,000 people.

There are three townships on the Island: the first of these is Goompi (Dunwich) – where you will arrive by ferry or water taxi on the Western side of the Island. From Goompi Ferry Terminal, it is approximately a 15-minute drive to the festival site at Mooloomba (Point Lookout) Oval.

Campgrounds, resorts and holiday houses are located within a 5km radius of the festival site, and public transport is available around the Island.

Getting there

You will have to cross Moreton Bay on a vessel. All water taxis and ferries from the mainland to the Island leave from Nandeebie (Cleveland), and you want to take the ones that go to Goompi (Dunwich).

Transport information

Where to stay

There are a wide range of accommodation options available on Minjerribah (Stradbroke Island) to suit all budgets and requirements.

Accommodation options

Festival map

Stay tuned – a map of the festival will be released shortly.