North Gorge Walk, Point Lookout
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A tree-lined, winding walkway overlooking a number of rocky coves, inlets, and sandy beaches, North Gorge Walk offers a spectacular way for visitors to North Stradbroke Island to experience the area. The walk boasts breathtaking panoramas and a chance to observe the local marine life--such as turtles and dolphins--making it one of the most attractive locations on North Stradbroke Island. To visit North Gorge Walk and get the most from your holiday in North Stradbroke Island, create itinerary details personal to you using our North Stradbroke Island itinerary builder.
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  • I have been doing the Gorge Walk for many years now since first visiting Straddie pre-2000 but it never disappoints. It was lovely to do it again several times with my husband and Cavoodle Harvey whil...  more »
  • What a beautiful walk this is. This just adds to the stunning beauty of North Stradbroke Island. Not only can you walk along this boardwalk but you can continue by walking down to and along the beach....  more »
  • What a great place. Got to see dolphins and a couple of turtles, one really close by. Also saw kangaroos, one with a Joey so large it could hardly fit in the pouch, legs sticking out. On top, just som...  more »