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The weather in Amity Point
The above is a climate diagram for Amity Point. January is the warmest month in Amity Point with average maximum temperatures of 28°. No heat wave is expected in July, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 10° low. The rainiest month is January while the driest month is August.
Experience the Serenity of Amity Point on North Stradbroke Island
The calm, aqua waters of Moreton Bay at Amity Point make this secluded vacation destination ideal for snorkellers, anglers, and swimmers. Homey holiday cottages, rustic sea shanties, and luxurious villas sit along the coastline overlooking the glistening waves of the Coral Sea on the tip of North Stradbroke Island.
Luxury Dining at the Courthouse Restaurant
Visitors vacationing to Amity Point can cruise the ocean on the Kooringal Ferry, a relaxing two-hour journey that ends at Victoria Point. There, guests can enjoy fine dining at the Courthouse Restaurant. Try the scallops caught fresh from Hervey Bay, or the nut-crusted barramundi with lemon and chive sauce, and savour a glass of champagne in the garden as you watch the sun set. Excellent service and romantic ambience make the Courthouse well worth the trip.
Discover the Days of Old on the North Stradbroke Island Heritage Trail
Explore the rich cultural history of Amity Point on the North Stradbroke Island Heritage Trail. See up to 30 island landmarks on foot or by car, including Anzac Park, Convict Causeway, and Cook’s Seat.
Step into the past at the Dunwich cemetery, one of the earliest surviving cemeteries in Queensland, or witness the coastal beauty at Point Lookout Lighthouse, which was constructed in 1932 and is still active.
Spend a Day in the Sun and Sand at Amity Point Beach
The calm waters of Amity Point Beach are perfect for young swimmers to gather their bearings and explore the ocean for sea treasures. The 12km walk from Amity Point to Amity Lookout is ideal for travellers seeking a relaxed excursion along the water's edge.
Visitors can enjoy the sights of dolphins dancing in the waves at sunset. The turquoise coastline is great for snorkelling or camping out overnight on the grounds.
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