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Coochiemudlo Island, QLD

Coochiemudlo Island is a small piece of paradise that sits like a pearl in the shell of Moreton Bay. Its relatively small size is one of its most endearing features, as the island is easily explored in a day. But don’t rush, because taking it easy is what Coochiemudlo is all about. You’ll find stepping off the ferry onto the island’s shores is a little like stripping back the years and landing in a more relaxed and unhurried time. It really is a place for everyone who enjoys the pleasures of kicking back and leaving the world behind.

coochiemudlo island

The island is ringed by more than four kilometres of beautiful safe beaches, making it the perfect family destination. Plus, there’s so much to do. Take a stroll along one of the beaches and enjoy the peace, or maybe play a game of beach cricket with the kids. Take a dip in the clear and refreshing sea after lazing in the sun for a while. Do a spot of fishing and then cook your catch on one of the free electric barbecues. Sit back with a cool drink in hand and watch the sail boats cruise on by. If you are feeling more energetic, there are tennis courts, croquet green, a cricket field and a golf course to enjoy.

Coochiemudlo Island boasts more than four kilometres of beautiful safe beaches, which are ideal for the kids. It has been called ‘the jewel of Moreton Bay’. Take a stroll along one of the beaches and enjoy the peace, maybe do a spot of fishing, and then cook your catch on one of the free electric barbecues. If you are feeling more energetic, away from the beaches are tennis courts, a croquet green, a cricket field and a golf course.

But whatever you do, and whatever you get up to, just be sure you leave on the latest ferry you can.

Coochiemudlo Island Map

Popular Activities

  • Bush Walking
  • Canoeing
  • Cycling
  • Golfing
  • Sightseeing
  • Swimming
  • Fishing
  • Fishing - Beach
  • Beach
  • Surfing

About Coochiemudlo Island

  • Locality: Urban locality
  • Coochiemudlo Island Postcode: 4184
  • State: Queensland
  • Region: Brisbane
  • Latitude: -27.57443
  • Longitude: 153.33229
  • Elevation: 8m
  • Population: 753
  • Median Income: $24544
  • Area (Sq/km): 1.645
  • Timezone: Australia/Brisbane

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