King Island Walk

Natural Attractions

‘Walking on water’ across the spectacular low-tide sand bridge from Wellington Point to King Island is a Redlands Coast signature experience and one of the most unique walks in South-east Queensland.

A stunning sand causeway emerges from beneath the Moreton Bay waters between the Wellington Point (Cullen Cullen) mainland and the tiny, uninhabited King Island at low-tide, forming a natural bridge for walkers.

It’s a 2km return walk – great for kids who can paddle along the way and spot birds and crabs and you can take your dog (on leash) on week days too.

It’s an exposed walk so don’t skimp on the SPF and make sure you check tide times before you head out too – it’s a strictly low-tide affair.

When you get back to the mainland, stop in at the fantastic Refuelled Cafe at Wellington Point.

Put this one on your weekend bucket list for some time soon!


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