Macleay Island Info
The Macleay Island info page is a great source of information regarding the Southern Bay Islands
If your looking to bring your car over to Macleay island this page will direct you to the Stradbroke barge page for all your timetable pricing and booking needs
This link will direst you to the passenger ferry timetable, with multiple boats running every hour there is a ferry time to suit everyone's needs
there is so much to see and do on Macleay island so why not stay in one of our beautiful bad and breakfasts dotted around the island, this link will direct you to booking.com for all your accommodation needs
Welcome to the Southern Moreton Bay Islands.
Macleay Island is the second largest of the four Bay Islands, situated 30km from Brisbane in the Moreton Bay Marine Park at the southern end of Moreton Bay. It is 6.5km long and 4km wide at its widest point. Protected by North Stradbroke Island to the east, Macleay is connected to the mainland by ferries and barges, which also connect to inter-island transport for the four Bay Islands.
More than 3500 people are resident on Macleay, enjoying several beaches for swimming and fishing, as well as a Pub, Clubs, golf course and boat club. There is also an Arts Complex consisting of a studio, gallery and pottery shed.