Transport

GETTING TO AND FROM NORTH STRADBROKE ISLAND VIA VEHICLE FERRIES AND WATER TAXI

Stradbroke Ferries vehicle ferry and water taxi timetables are available at: www.stradbrokeferries.com.au

No bookings are required for water taxi services. Vehicle ferry voyages to and from North Stradbroke for the festival book quickly.  We recommend booking early to secure your preferred time and price. When booking an accommodation package that includes vehicle ferry travel to and from the Island: check that your accommodation provider is aware of the special festival discounted fare offerred by our sponsor Stradbroke Ferries.

In 2015, Stradbroke Ferries introduced a flexible fare structure for North Stradbroke Island based on one way fares which vary according to the time of travel. 
2016 Island Vibe Festival patrons will receive a 20% discount off all fare levels. 
 
Festival patrons can book their discounted vehicle ferry passage online or by calling Stradbroke Ferries: 07 3488 5300. If calling please quote: IVIBE16. 
 
online bookings
Online bookings will receive a further $10 discount
Go to Stradbroke Feries and click on North Stradbroke Island service - BOOK NOW.
This re-directs you to the online reservations area. On the right-hand side of your screen, enter the following customer ID and Password:
CUSTOMER NUMBER: IVIBE16
PASSWORD: ivibe16

PLEASE NOTE: Any booking changes from one fare level to a higher level will incur additional payment of the higher fare difference. 

 

BICYCLE - RIDE2ISLANDVIBE!

As part of the ongoing commitment to a cleaner environment and sustainable practices the crew from Island Vibe supports cycle transport options to and from the festival.
Our aim is make cycling to Island Vibe as easy, and as much FUN as possible. 
 
In 2015 we provided luggage collection / drop-off point in Brisbane and Cleveland; a guided cycle-friendly route to the festival, including spectacular vistas of the Island and ocean and of course much kudos to those that aspire to help make our home planet a more pleasant place to live! 
 
WATCH THIS SPACE for 2016 RIDE2ISLANDVIBE updates 
 

SHARE A RIDE / CAR POOL

Sign up to: www.jayride.com.au if you have a spare seat or need a life to the festival. Lift sharing can help pay fuel and ferry costs; minimise traffic congestion and benefit the environment by splitting emissions produced by a care in half ... or by a third ... or into quarters! You might just meed some cool people too!

You can also check out our Facebook group: Island Vibe Lifts & Accommodation

 

BY TRAIN & BUS

This is a great option for the environmentally conscious and those who pack light traveling to / from Brisbane. For costings and timetable information visit: www.translink.com.au

DIRECTIONS: Catch a Cleveland train from either Roma Street, Central or Southbank stations and journey to the end of the line at Cleveland. The journey will take approximately 50 minutes.

CONNECTING CLEVELAND BUS: From Cleveland Station to Stradbroke Ferries Terminal a FREE connecting bus (Stradbroke Ferries on the front) will take you to catch the next available water taxi to Dunwich.

CONNECTING WATER TAXI: There are regular water taxi trips across the bay 7 days a week. A water taxi trip is approximately 15-20 minutes and will run in most weather conditions. For costings and timetable information visit: Stradbroke Ferries

CONNECTING DUNWICH / POINT LOOKOUT BUS: The North Stradbroke Island bus service between Dunwich, Amity Point and Point Lookout connects with the arrival and departure of the water taxis - with a bus to meet every boat and get you to where you want to go! The bus journey from Dunwich to Point Lookout is approximately 20 minutes. The bus stops at the festival site: Home Beach and within walking distance to Adder Rock Campground, as well as most of the resorts located close to the festival. 

 

BY CAR

Follow the directions in your street directory to Cleveland and the ferry terminal. Upon disembarking at Dunwich, follow the signs to Point Lookout.  

STAY TUNED FOR REGULAR SHUTTLE BUS SERVICES  DURING THE FESTIVAL