“Where the Greens meet Nature”
Offering exquisite views of Brown Lake, Moreton Bay from Redland Bay to Brisbane and North to the Glasshouse Mountains the course is shared with local fauna including:
Kangaroos, and a host of birdlife, including the rare Glossy Black Cockatoos which have been seen regularly feeding on the course near the fourth green / fifth tee.
Sightseers and Casual Visitors
We welcome you to avail yourself of the clubhouse facilities whilst enjoying the outstanding views.
North Stradbroke Island is located off the coast of South East Queensland and has been described by visitors as Noosa and Byron Bay rolled into one! There are miles of soft white sand beaches, perched lakes, gorges, dunes, untamed bushland and scenic cliff tops where you could very well spot whales enjoying the warm seas.
If you haven’t been here before you are in for a real treat that will leave you yearning to return.
Dunwich, a quiet port town on the the western side of the island, is where the ferries and water taxes arrive from the mainland berth. Dunwich has a population of about 883 people and was formerly known as Green Point when it was first settled in 1827 as a military post and pilot station. This beautiful little gem is rich with history and natural wildlife. Heritage sites include the Dunwich Cemetery, Dunwich Public Reserve and the St Mark’s Anglican Church & Public Hall.
Amity Point is a sleepy fishing village located on the island across from Moreton Island and is approximately 20 min by car from Dunwich. A great area for camping, Amity Point offers cabins for tourists to hire that are directly in the middle of the beautiful native bushland where there are a number of walking trails and lakes to take advantage of in addition to the village’s spas, markets, museum, art gallery and of course our very own NSI Golf Club.
The most popular township for tourits and local visitors, Point Lookout is located on the island’s Eastern side and is approximately 20 min by car from Dunwich. Point Lookout’s beaches are perfect for paddle-boarding, surfing and other water sports and are not far from the local cafes & restaurants for a bite to eat throughout the day.
To travel to North Stradbroke Island, you will have to board water transport at the ferry terminal off Emmett Dr, in the suburb Cleveland.
Cleveland is located on the eastern outskirts of Brisbane, approximately 45 minutes from Brisbane’s CBD.
Once at Cleveland, there are two water transport options:
The trip on the vehicle ferry takes approx. 45-50 minutes via SeaLink Stradbroke Ferries.
Tip: You don’t need to pay per person, you only pay per vehicle so travel in groups if possible to save on fare.
The trip on the water taxi is approx. 25 minutes. Being large vessels, the ride is usually smooth although this is dependent on weather. Water taxis leave from Cleveland through the Gold Cats Stradbroke Flyer terminal or the SeaLink Stradbroke Ferries terminal.
Please be aware that the Gold Cats Stradbroke Flyer docks at One Mile Jetty, while the SeaLink Stradbroke Ferries Water Taxi docks centrally at Dunwich.
If you are taking your own vehicle, you will need to book a vehicular ferry in advance.
A bus service operates in time with ferries. This bus service picks you up from the ferry terminal at One Mile or Dunwich and takes you all the way to Point Lookout. However, transport to the Golf Club is not provided by these buses.
Ferry terminal pickup for golfers is available – please contact the Club on (07) 3409 9999 to arrange your pick up.