Coochiemudio Island Accommodation
Located approximately 33 kilometres from the Brisbane airport, Coochiemudio Island is a great place to take a holiday trip. It is a small island in Moreton Bay in Queensland, Australia. It features sandy beaches and an exposed red rock cliff on the south-west side of the island. Mangroves also grow in abundance on the island and there is wildlife galore. In order to get to the island, travellers need to take a ferry, but it's not inconvenient because the ferries run every half hour from 5:00 am to 11:00 pm. There is no need for a car once on Coochiemudio Island, either. The houses usually feature a Queenslander style or are a traditional beach shack. Some of the more modern houses have brick and tile.
Coochiemudio is home to dozens of wildlife species. There are possums, emus, kangaroos, and eve koalas. Travellers will see wildlife every day they are on the island. Plus, since there is such a small population on Coochiemudio Island, most of the area has been untouched, so there is a beautiful landscape to enjoy. Travellers can spend time enjoying the beach or going sailing. They can also go to the BMX track, play a round of golf, or participate in cricket, croquet, and tennis while on Coochiemudio Island. Another popular activity while on the island is to go fishing. Most people catch Cod, Flounder, Whiting, and Snapper.
Shopping And Dining On Coochiemudi Island
Travellers can save a little money by staying in Coochiemudio Island holiday rentals instead of staying in a Brisbane hotel and taking a ferry to the island each day. Plus, there are sufficient shopping and dining opportunities that there is no reason to even leave the island once getting there. Travellers can try a variety of cuisines at Coochie Island Beach Resort Restaurant. Nearby there is also a corner store that was built by Douglas Sivyer and Shirley Sivyer.
Nearby Brisbane Attractions
Staying on Coochiemudio Island gives travellers access to Brisbane and the surrounding area, where there are hundreds of attractions for families and couples. The Suncorp Stadium is a great place to watch rugby, and there are plenty of parks to play some amateur sports, too. Brisbane has several botanical gardens and wildlife preserves, such as the Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mt. Coot-tha and the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary. Going a little further out is the Brisbane Maritime Museum.
Why Coochiemudio Island?
Nothing is more relaxing that staying in Coochiemudio Island holiday rentals. Many are positioned right on the beach, so guests can spend their day on the beach and quickly walk to their holiday rental for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Holiday rentals also come with unique amenities that can't be found in hotels. Plus, they usually have a lot more space and can accommodate more people. If you need a place to stay on your trip to Coochiemudio Island, look at staying in a Brisbane accommodation where you can live like a local.