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North Stradbroke Island
Bib ID 6935289
Format OnlineOnline [text, still image, online resource]
Online Access
Online Versions
Description Capalaba [Queensland] : Redlands Visitor Information Centre 
1 online resource 
Series

PANDORA electronic collection.

Technical Details

Mode of access: Available online. Address as at 30/09/15: http://stradbrokeisland.com/ 

Summary

"North Stradbroke Island is 30 km southeast of Brisbane, Queensland. Access is by ferry from Cleveland across Moreton Bay. Straddie, as it is affectionately known, is the second largest sand island in the world. The island is about 38 km long and 11 km wide. It has a permanent population of approximately 2500 with three main townships of Dunwich, Amity Point and Point Lookout. The island’s unique, timeless beauty is appreciated by all who live there and visit the island."

Notes

Title from title screen (viewed on 30 September 2015)

Selected for archiving

Subjects North Stradbroke Island (Qld.) -- Description and travel.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Redlands Visitor Information Centre, issuing body
Also Titled

Straddie Is.


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