HOW TO GET TO THE ISLAND 

good to know links & things  

Coochie is only 35km from Brisbane CBD, 
just a 7min ferry ride off Victoria Point in the Redlands.
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PARKING

Right on the shoreline near the Victoria Point jetty and boat ramp, parking places are usually available, but check the signs! Some places are reserved for boaties with trailers, or have strictly-monitored time limits. On busier days, park in a designated space in the 'top' car park within the tree-filled park at the end of Colburn Avenue, or along Colburn Avenue itself. 

AMITY TRADER  gets you on the island !
No matter if you chose ferry or barge, you're in good hands with their friendly crews. Visit   their website here.  
PASSENGER FERRY

Amity Trader's Ferries run every 30 minutes all day, every day, from early morning to late in the evening. Tickets are sold on board. Adults $5.00 per trip, children and concession $2.50 per trip. Click here for the   Complete Ferry Schedule

CAR BARGE

Bookings are essential. Call Amity Trader on (07) 3820 6557 during office hours (8.00am-4.00pm Mon to Fri) to secure your car space on the barge. Ask about the special offers for return trips on certain days. 

 
 
 
MOBILE PHONE COVERAGE

Coochie has its own tower! Depending on your network and device, most people have good to great reception (3G/4G) on the island and in the surrounding waters.

BOATIES

No public mooring spaces are available at Coochiemudlo Island, but smaller boats can beach or anchor anytime. Please respect others enjoying the water and the beaches, all wildlife and the ferry and barge operations.

PUBLIC TRANSPORT

Bus services arriving and departing from Victoria Point jetty are the 270, 279 and 274. Plan your journey with Brisbane's   TransLink service  via the online tools or app.

 
EMERGENCY SERVICES

Visitors and residents of Coochiemudlo contact 000 for emergencies only, and our island's first responders will come for first aide and assistance.   

For the safety of everyone and our precious wildlife, please respect the speed limit on Coochiemudlo Island. 
NO Camping
NO Campfires

MAKE YOUR OWN MEMORIES ON  COOCHIEMUDLO

Content and photos Copyright Nikki Cornwall

- unless otherwise credited. 

REDLANDS COAST, MORETON BAY

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