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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  • 5 star all the way. This is by far one of the must sees on North Straddie. After a short walk (a few steps involved) you come across a magnificent gorge. If you cast your eyes downwards you may be luc...  more »
  • I have been visiting this walk for over 30 years and it never disappoints. I just love this place. Spectacular for photography 
  • Did this walk around lunchtime on a hot day (not recommended) but luckily lots of shady spots and a sea breeze. The views are beautiful and if lucky like we where we saw turtles, rays, dolphins and i ...  more »