Where is Toondah Harbour located?
Toondah Harbour, located in Redland City at Cleveland in southern Moreton Bay, is the location of the Stradbroke Island Ferry Terminal used by water taxis and vehicular ferries to provide access to North Stradbroke Island.
Who is the developer of Toondah Harbour?
Being developed by Walker Corporation, with support from both state and local government, Toondah Harbour is estimated to take 15-20 years to complete.
What is the Toondah Harbour development?
The Toondah Harbour Priority Development Area (PDA) aims to enable redevelopment to boost tourism, and create new business opportunities and jobs while supporting existing businesses. It will provide the local community with better services and facilities.
Where does Stradbroke Island ferry leave from?
Our passenger ferry terminal is located at 3 Emmett Drive, Cleveland. Please note, there are two separate ferry businesses. The SeaLink passenger ferry departs from the second terminal location at both Cleveland and Dunwich (North Stradbroke Island).
How do you get from North Stradbroke Island to Brisbane?
The island is accessed via ferry at Toondah Harbour at Cleveland, in Brisbane’s East. Cleveland is about 40 minutes’ drive from the Brisbane CBD and is also serviced by trains and local buses.
Are Stradbroke ferries running?
North Stradbroke Island All vehicle ferry and passenger ferry services are currently operating to timetable. It is compulsory to wear a mask while travelling on the passenger ferry. Please visit the COVID-19 Travel Advice page for more details.
How long does it take to get to Stradbroke Island by ferry?
around 50 minutes
Sealink Stradbroke Island provides the vehicle ferry service to North Stradbroke Island and the trip is around 50 minutes. Services are hourly with extras being added at peak times over long weekends and school holidays.
How long is the ferry from Brisbane to Stradbroke Island?
Sealink Stradbroke Island provides the vehicle ferry service to North Stradbroke Island and the trip is around 50 minutes.
Can I use my go card on Stradbroke Island?
Non-Translink operators provide services within our service area, but they have different tickets, fares and conditions. You cannot use a Translink ticket or go card on these services.
Where does North Stradbroke ferry leave from?
North Stradbroke Island is a beach and nature lover’s paradise and, with some prior planning, is really easy to get to and around. The island is accessed via ferry at Toondah Harbour at Cleveland, in Brisbane’s East.
Can you take your car to North Stradbroke Island?
Standard cars can be taken to North Stradbroke Island – the main roads on the island are sealed and easily accessible. You don’t need a four-wheel drive unless you want to drive on the beach. A 4WD beach permit is required contact us for details.
Do you need a car for North Stradbroke Island?
While you can’t drive to Stradbroke Island, you can access the island by car via a vehicle taxi. Once on the island, you only need a 2WD car to access the three main townships – Dunwich, Amity, and Point Lookout – which are connected by sealed roads. A 4WD is only required for travelling over the beaches.
What is the Toondah Harbour precinct?
The first precinct of its kind in south east Queensland, Toondah Harbour will become the Redlands’ most desirable destination to relax, play and explore. Spanning more than 6 hectares of waterfront land, Toondah Harbour will create a world-class recreational hub for Redlands families.
What is the Toondah Harbour parkland project?
Connecting the heart of the city with the harbour and Moreton Bay Islands, an expansive 3.5 hectare foreshore parkland will be the centrepiece of Toondah Harbour with a South Bank-style park, including a lagoon pool and water play area, a variety of walking paths, picnic spots and green open spaces.
How did Toondah Harbour get its name?
Toondah Harbour is named after a vessel, the steamer “Toondah”, which was used to survey and beacon channels in Moreton Bay. The harbour is situated south of Cleveland Point in an area of coastal wetlands featuring sandbanks, mudflats and mangroves.
How much will the new Toondah Harbour bring to the local economy?
It is estimated that the new Toondah Harbour will bring 50,000 visitors annually, generating $17 million for the local economy. This increased tourism will have significant, positive, and long-lasting impacts on businesses in the Cleveland CBD, Raby Bay, North Stradbroke Island and future Toondah Harbour marine village.