The Little Ship Club is a Redland gem

Little Ship Club visitors can kick back on the expansive lawns and enjoy the unsurpassed spectacle of the Club’s famous sunsets over the waters of Moreton Bay.

Little Ship Club visitors can kick back on the expansive lawns and enjoy the unsurpassed spectacle of the Club’s famous sunsets over the waters of Moreton Bay.

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Among the many jewels in the Redlands crown is a little gem of a club which some say is, technically, ‘overseas’ – the Little Ship Club on the shores of the One Mile anchorage at Dunwich on North Stradbroke Island. 

If the club’s 180-degree panoramic vistas of sparkling Moreton Bay from its prime waterfront position aren’t enticing enough during the day, the Little Ship Club (LSC) is justly renowned for being a unique place to kick back and watch some magnificent sunsets over mainland Australia.

And the club’s unsurpassed location has hosted many memorable weddings and receptions, family gatherings and events in this picture-perfect setting.

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The club’s bistro is open for lunch from noon to 2pm, Wednesday to Sunday, and dinner from 6pm to 8pm Wednesday to Saturday.

At holiday times or long weekends, bookings are highly recommended to sample new chef Cameron Tobin’s mouth-watering menu offerings – which may even, if the fresh seafood catch is good, feature his delicious chilli-mud-crab dish, recently trialed to great acclaim.

Live musical entertainment on the grounds is a regular feature ranging from easy-listening vocals to island rock and mellow jazz.

It’s a quick 25 minute trip on the high-speed water taxi from Cleveland to the One Mile jetty right next door to the LSC, so it’s a great day out for the whole family.

Check out stradbrokeferries.com.au for info about vehicular ferry services to Dunwich.

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