Mudjimba Island sits about 1 kilometre (0.62 mi) off the coast. ( The island forms part of the suburb and is protected as part of the . The island is known as Old Woman Island, and is associated with an Aboriginal legend of two women who stranded on the island who gathered the Midyam berries as food.).
This[clarification needed] is arguably the best surf break in the Sunshine Coast Region.
Recently the ex-HMAS Brisbane was scuttled five kilometres off the coast.
Mudjimba is home to the Mudjimba Surf Life Saving Club. The club was founded in 1996.
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