Lamb Island is a small island located in Moreton Bay, Queensland, Australia. It is situated approximately 25km southeast of the Brisbane CBD. The island is part of the Redland City Council and is accessible by ferry from the mainland. The population of Lamb Island is around 200 people. The island is known for its peaceful and scenic surroundings, with beautiful beaches and natural bushland. It is a popular destination for fishing, boating, and swimming, and it has a number of recreational facilities such as a community hall, sports fields, and playgrounds. There are also a few small shops, a post office, and a school on the island.