facilities exist on the Island. An old broken down cabin sits
majestically under the pandanus palms with perfect views of
Island has a left and a right point break. The right tends to
be a quicker and heavier wave, though wave quality largely depends
on swell and wind direction. Both breaks should only be surfed
by an experienced surfer. The bottom is rocky and sharp, stay
away from the outer point on the rights, the barnacles are two
feet long and can really do some damage. If attempting to surf
this break accompany a local and seek advice.
fish Mudjimba Island you'll need a strong ocean going boat,
access via mooloolaba river your safest option. Mackeral, Taylor,
Tuna, and all reef fish can be caught around the island. When
the swell and wind is low, fish around the front (open sea side
of the Island) as close as you can get to the rocks for the
best quality reef fish you will find anywhere.
is no way to get onto Old Woman Island safely, its best just
admired from the safety of your boat or from the Mudjimba beach.