Lamb Island is a small Island 1kX2K in the Moreton Islands between North Stradbroke and Russell island.
There are approximately 300 inhabitants and I will be one.
Access is by Ferry from Redlands Bay, and there is also a Vehicular Ferry to take your vehicle across.
When the tide is low, the island is edged with mudflats rich with mangroves and crabs in season. Many birds live in the mangroves and you can sit on a jetty and listen to the sounds of an island which includes birds, the occasional plop of the crabs in the mud, the wind in the trees and the occasional boat as it speeds off to Stradbroke island.
The Island is very peaceful and beautiful in its serenity.
The island is not far from North Stradbroke across the water. You can see the golden sand of Enterprise Mine from most of the islands as it is the tallest point of Stradbroke.
The point at the opposite end to the jetty is rocks and mangroves at low tide
and under water at high tide