Stradbroke Ferries

Stradbroke Ferries have become a key transport link between North Stradbroke Island and South Moreton Bay Island, two popular tourist destinations off the east coast of Australia. The crossings are fairly short, lasting around 45 minutes, so the facilities on board are quite simplistic, allowing for a convenient and stress-free journey. There is a café on board the vessel should passengers be feeling thirsty or peckish, creating the opportunity to enjoy a light snack or refreshing beer whilst admiring the beautiful surroundings.

Air conditioning flows throughout the boat in the summer months, a necessary feature considering the blistering heat of the Australian sun. The welcoming staff will greet you as you step onto the boat, assisting any passengers who require their attention, they will also ensure the mechanisms of the ship are operating in a safe and efficient manner.

Pets are allowed onboard, though they must adhere to the health and safety requirements imposed by the company. Passengers travelling with a bike are advised to wait before cars and other vehicles have boarded before entering, facilitating a comfortable crossing.

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Stradbroke Ferries routes and ports

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