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North Stradbroke Island is symbolic of the Australian east coast; beautiful wildlife shuffles around the abundance of foliage, where the exotic animals overlook the beautiful outline of the Pacific Ocean. It’s not just the animals on land that provide entertainment in Dunwich – whale watching has become one of the most popular pastimes in the town – explore the mountainside to discover the ideal spot to catch a glimpse of the sea life.
Though there may be a few people rivalling you for the best lookout spots, finding a place to bask in the environment shouldn’t prove too difficult, after all, Dunwich is covered in pleasant walking trails. The walk in the woods to Blue Lake is arguably the most enjoyable place to take a stroll, allowing the chance to view the stunning aesthetics of Blue Lake.
Jumping the lake may prove tempting, however, it is a significant area of heritage for the local people so it may not be particularly well received. If you do have a yearning to hit the water, try your hand at surfing on the main beach.
Most of the activity occurring in Dunwich can be completed in less than a day, so if you arrive by ferry early in the morning, you should be able to get the last boat back.