White Patch is a coastal suburb located in the Redland City, Queensland, Australia. It is situated about 41 kilometers (25 miles) southeast of the Brisbane central business district. White Patch is known for its scenic views and proximity to the Moreton Bay, which offers opportunities for boating, fishing, swimming and other water activities. The suburb is home to the White Patch Beach and the White Patch Park, which offer walking trails, playgrounds and picnic areas. White Patch is a popular spot for camping and fishing, and is also home to the White Patch Boat Ramp, which provides access to Moreton Bay for boaters. The area is also known for its proximity to the North Stradbroke Island, which offers a variety of outdoor activities such as hiking, swimming, and wildlife watching.