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Victoria Point, QLD

Victoria Point is a pretty bayside precinct that ambles along at an easy pace, and is the gateway to Moreton Bay’s quirkily named Coochiemudlo Island.

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With a multitude of parks and esplanades within its boundaries, Victoria Point is another popular spot for leisurely outdoor afternoons spent strolling, cycling, or enjoying a barbecue with family and friends.

Coochiemudlo Island is just a few minutes from Victoria Point by ferry. Regular passenger ferries and vehicle barges depart every half an hour from the Victoria Point Jetty, Colburn Avenue.

Koalas are an important part of the Redland area and Victoria Point is home to several environmental reserves. Point Halloran Conservation Reserve and Eprapah Environmental Centre are both places to view koalas in the wild, and go bushwalking on organised walking trails. Egret Colony Wetlands, home to many species of birdlife, is another haven for nature lovers in the area.

Victoria Point Map

About Victoria Point

  • Locality: Suburb
  • Victoria Point Postcode: 4165
  • State: Queensland
  • Region: Brisbane
  • Latitude: -27.58569
  • Longitude: 153.30783
  • Elevation: 10m
  • Population: 15020
  • Median Income: $32032
  • Area (Sq/km): 13.441
  • Timezone: Australia/Brisbane

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