Located at the northern end of the Gold Coast, South Stradbroke Island is a popular holiday destination and stunning natural reserve covered in unspoilt native bushland, tranquil inner waterways and 22km of surf beach with spectacular views of the Gold Coast. There are actually two Stradbroke Islands in total and at just 21km by 2.5km South Stradbroke Island is the smaller of the two, making it the ideal spot of an intimate and relaxing holiday.
There’s nothing like getting in touch with nature and there are many ways to do this on South Stradbroke Island including the hundreds of wild yet friendly and inquisitive wallabies. If you’re visiting from June to October, you might even be lucky enough to catch a glimpse of the majestic humpback whales as they pass by on their annual north migration.
Surrounded by beautiful beaches, rainforest and native bush, accommodation at South Stradbroke Island offers a 4 star ecotourism experience accessed via the Coomera River on a 15 minute ferry ride. Cruising past the luxury mansions of Sovereign Island and the tranquil Broadwater you’ll arrive a Ramada Couran Cove Island Resort to an excellent range of lodges and suites with stunning marina and lagoon views and an outstanding range of onsite facilities.
The premier resort on South Stradbroke Island, Ramada Couran Cove Island Resort offers a unique ecotourism experience with a fantastic range of waterfront accommodation.
Thanks to the facilities of Ramada Couran Cove Island Resort, South Stradbroke Island offers a range of activities and attractions including basketball, tennis, putt putt golf, lawn bowls and running tracks from the Broadwater to the surf beach. There is also an island sanctuary where families can roam through tracks of Australian forest spotting native wildlife with no roads or cars to disturb the peace.
South Stradbroke Island is also the ideal place to enjoy a huge range of water sports including snorkelling, surfing, canoeing, sea kayaking, jet skiing, parasailing, kite surfing, windsurfing, fishing and sailing.