Browse, savour and take home the best of unique Straddie artisanship at our regular Twilight Markets!

02 Twilight markets

What a great getaway for our corporate event! Chilled-out, friendly, connected, refreshed and focused: thanks LSC!

10 Business event

Our family had the most wonderful day here: can highly recommend this amazing location, sorry we had to leave!

09 Unsurpassed family experience

Good food, great company, with friendly, casual service, relaxed ambience and amazing views: just perfect!

08 Bonhomie

Monthly Fishing Club competitions from February to October each year - great fun for keen anglers of all ages!

07 Monthly fishing events

There's nothing like watching a magnificent sunset over mainland Australia from the LSC at the One Mile!

06 Magnificent sunsets

Come and visit our little piece of paradise on 'Straddie' - LSC membership means never having to say good-bye!

05 Little piece of paradise

A unique venue for your wedding, reception or special occasion, right on the waterfront of Moreton Bay!

04 Wedding venue

LSC membership gives you 24/7 access to Club facilities as well as a wide range of other Member-only benefits!

03 Membership

Fridays and Saturdays are RAFFLE NIGHTS with some great seafood, meat trays and prizes to be won!

01 Friday raffle

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The second annual Quandamooka Festival will be held from July to September this year, and the opening on Sunday 3rd July on the waterfront at Goompi (Dunwich) will be spectacular with a Tradional Welcome, Song and dance, markets, workshops and numerous musical guests including the legendary Uncle Joe Geia.

Geia is a Guugu Yimidhirr/ Kuku Yalangi Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander man, a renowned singer/songwriter and influential figure in the development of contemporary Indigenous music, perhaps best known for his song and album of the same name “Yil Lull”. He writes music of bravery and beauty, telling of Aboriginal life in Australia, of the quest for justice and belonging, of history, family and love. “I want to promote change and understanding, melodically and harmoniously,” he says, “while still sharing the little known aspects of Aboriginal history.”

Returning again after popular demand will be monthly Traditional tucker 3-course luncheons. The Quandamooka People traditionally harvested food from the sea and mixed it with spices that will tantalise your taste buds. Fresh, local meals available at great prices courtesy of the lovely local cooks at the Minjerriba Day Respite Centre.

CEO of the Quandamooka Yoolooburrabee Aboriginal Corporation (QYAC) Cameron Costello said that after the success of the inaugural festival last year, this year’s event is once again offering a special opportunity for people to experience the continuing culture of the Nughi, Nunukul and Goenpul clans of Quandamooka, first-hand, in an even better festival.

“We want to extend a big Yura (hello, welcome in Jandai language) to all visitors and locals. “Events will be held across the Redlands and Brisbane, with many highlights,” Cameron added.

With activities planned for all ages, the festival includes cultural tours of Minjerribah, art exhibitions and workshops, Traditional song and dance, Traditional tucker, music, spoken word, film nights, Black History month events, markets, ongoing whale watching tours, Quandamooka land & sea discovery days,and more.

Hear dreaming stories from Winnam (Wynnum), Narlung (Manly), Cullen-Cullen (Wellington Point), Mulgumpin (Moreton Island), Minjerribah (North Stradbroke Island), Nandeebie (Cleveland), Canaipa (Russell Island), Jencoomercha (Macleay Island), Ngudooroo (Lamb Island), Coochie Mudlo Island, Turkroorar (Peel Island), Tangeera (Green Island), Noogoon (St Helena) and Bungumba (Mud Island) and deepen your understanding of this area.

Information courtesy of The Friendly Bay Islander - please visit the Festival website to find out more or contact the organisers.

 
 
 
 

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Takeaway orders are also available at the bistro.
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  • Commodore Roger McDowall
    "2c"
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