Discover the hidden gems of Bribie Island
Bribie Island, the only Moreton Bay Island you can drive to!
Bribie Island is a mecca for boat owners, fishing enthusiasts, retirees and families wanting a conveniently located sea change. It’s also a popular holiday destination for many South East Queensland residents.
What Would You Like To Know?
Bribie Island is the smallest and most northerly of three major sand islands forming the coastline sheltering the northern part of Moreton Bay Region. The island is 34 kilometres long and eight kilometres at its widest point. Access to Bribie Island is via the Bribie Island Bridge that connects the island with the mainland
Most of the island is uninhabited national park and forestry plantations with spectacular local flora and fauna. The southern end of the island has been urbanised and is home to new luxury estates like Pacific Harbour at Banksia Beach and Sandstone Point Estate, along with many conveniences including a shopping complex and dining precincts.
Bribie Island is a popular holiday destination with a number of accommodation options to suit any traveller and budget from caravan parks, camping, holiday rentals and hotels and resorts.
There’s plenty to see and do in Bribie Island all year round including spectacular beaches. Boasting both a long stretch of surf shoreline and white sandy stretch for four-wheel driving, head to the popular Woorim Beach on the eastern side of the island. On the western side of the island you will find a calm and protected coastline at Bongaree and Bellara, both popular beach spots for families with plenty of picnic and barbecue facilities and parks.
Pumicestone Passage is a protected marine park running as a 35km channel between Bribie Island the mainland and is a popular location for water sports enthusiasts as well as nature lovers.
Other popular attractions and activities on Bribie Island include wildlife spotting in the National Park north of White Patch, visiting the Bribie Island Seaside Museum, taking the fur-babies to the dog beach at Red Beach or taking a stroll through the famous Bribie markets. Whatever your adventure of choice, Bribie Island has got it!
Bribie Island Precinct includes Banksia Beach, Bellara, Bongaree, Welsby, White Patch, Woorim, Beachmere, Donnybrook, Meldale, Toorbul, Godwin Beach, Ningi and Sandstone Point.
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