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 aren’t enticing enough, the Little Ship Club (LSC) is justly renowned for being a unique place to kick back and watch some magnificent sunsets.
With Dunwich being the gateway to Straddie, the Little Ship Club is perfectly positioned, just minutes after your arrival – or as the last stop before your departure – and couldn’t you just kick yourself if you left it that late? – and return to the routine of workday life on the mainland, over there towards the western horizon.
Day-trippers arriving on the island are only footsteps away from the club’s open doors.
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Bringing your own wheels over on the barge to explore the island? Just as easy – LSC is just a stone’s throw from Bingle Road after you drive off the barge, past the picturesque little 19th Century cemetery on the north side of Dunwich.
“Here at LSC we can cater for just about everyone, from a flotilla of 20 watercraft or a visiting 60-foot boat to a group of 120 people for a memorable wedding or reception,” manager Julie Hackett says.
“LSC also has a courtesy bus available for pre-booked transfers, and we’ve got BBQ facilities and function rooms available for hire.
For more information: call 3409 9022 or visit www.littleshipclub.com.au
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