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Parks und Natur in Stradbroke Island

Erstklassige Parks

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“Myora Springs is a beautiful spot and source of freshwater that has been used by the traditional owners for thousands of years. Called Moongalba (sitting down place) there is an abundance of freshwater crayfish, prawns, bungwal fern and other plant foods. The banks feature parts of large middens, which contain, among other things, cockle, oyster and whelk shells. Nearby lived a descendant of the Nunukul people, Oodgeroo. She was well known as an author and poet who wrote such books as Stradbroke Dreamtime. Dogs are prohibited in the Myora Springs area.”
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Park
“This has 2 lovely walks one shorter than the other. If you wish to walk through a varied forest try the longer one. Wild flowers dot the path especially in Spring and Autumn, but remember just to look don't pick.There is a lovely part full of grass trees and another of the fascinating Old Man Banksia. This walk ends at a man made lake with crystal clear water. A bit tricky to enter and always cold. Please remember to take all your rubbish away and be respectful of other visitors. It is a lovely quiet place to enjoy the birds and a view over water. It is a National park and dogs should not be taken in but if you do, have it on a lead as baits have ben laid to control the foxes and there is no cure for 1080 that has been ingested.”
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“Some say it’s the most spectacular view in the country (if not the world)! On a sunny day, the sparkling turquoise waters are so clear you can spot pods of dolphins frolicking, turtles and manta rays playing (November to February). The headland is not only a great vantage point for marine life, but you’ll often share your perfect picnic spot with some friendly kangaroos grazing on the lawn.”
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Park
“The Myora/Moongalba cemetery just north of Dunwich is the burial place of people from the Mission, the Lazaret or Leper's Cemetery south of Dunwich was set up in the late 19th century, and the Dunwich Cemetery still operates in the township itself.The first of the Dunwich Cemetery's estimated 10,000 burials is believed to date from 1847 when a victim of the shipwrecked Sovereign was interred, which makes it one of the earliest surviving cemeteries in Queensland.Also among the early burials were the victims of one of Queensland's immigration tragedies: a typhus epidemic in 1850 on the ship Emigrant, which claimed about 27 lives. Dunwich had just been proclaimed the quarantine station for More”
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Park
“Deadmans Headland Reserve overlooks the Pacific Ocean and Deadmans Beach. A near level grassy area with picnic tables and basis BBQ's. Ideal for a lazy afternoon with the family. ”
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Park
“Blue Lake is fringed with paperbarks, eucalypts, reeds and banksias. This window lake provides a quiet haven for native animals and visiting bushwalkers. Blue Lake's clear blue waters are home to the soft-spined sunfish. Also look for birds, sand goannas and swamp wallabies early morning and late afternoon. Enjoy the wildflowers in spring. Walk to Neembeeba Lookout for a magnificent view over the southern part of North Stradbroke Island, the Pacific Ocean and the Gold Coast. ”
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Strände

Beach
“Fabulous beach, often less busy than the others. Often develops beautiful lagoons. Access is via a board walk / set of stairs - but pretty easy. Once at bottom of stairs, head right along beach and rocks, to where you’ll find the big sand hill. Worth climbing to the top for the 360 degree views, and also fun to run/slide down. Some good fishing spots off the rocks here, if conditions are favourable.”
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Beach
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Wanderwege

Wanderweg
“Dolphin, turtle, whale and many other ocean animal sightings! No pram or wheel chair access the whole way around. ”
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