Bribie Island Welcome Mural

Highlighting the beauty of Bribie Island

Take a trip to the laid-back charm of Bribie Island through the eyes of local Mt Nebo artist Travis Vinson, aka DRAPL, with the can’t-miss mural across 10 large shipping containers that depicts everything Bribie.

Beyond just simply spicing up the scenery, this masterful mural gives a friendly nod and warm welcome to all the visitors crossing the bridge to Bribie, offering an enticing sneak peek of the wonders that await.

Positioned strategically along Bribie Island Road, at Sandstone Point Hotel, these shipping containers, originally intended as a sound barrier for the hotel’s concerts, now stand transformed into a canvas that captures the classic beauty of Bribie Island.

The mural features the island’s pristine white sand beaches, Bongaree Jetty, and breathtaking views of the Glass House Mountains across Pumicestone Passage. But it’s not just about the views - beyond the scenic landscapes, the artwork also throws in a nod to the local lifestyle, with a boat cruising the passage and the kangaroos, pelicans, seagulls and fish that call this coastal community home.

Let this stunning mural be your first introduction to the wonders of Bribie Island, setting you up for a memorable experience in this picturesque corner of Moreton Bay.

About the Artist, DRAPL

DRAPL is known for his impeccable work on rural silos and festival backdrop for various clients and has worked with the Comiskey Group a handful of times having been commissioned to paint directional signage in venues and murals on walls including at the Samford Hotel.

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Acknowledgement of Country - We would like to acknowledge the traditional owners of the lands and waterways of the Moreton Bay Region, the Kabi Kabi/Gubbi Gubbi, Jinibara, and Turrbal people and pay our respects to their Elders, past, present and emerging. We recognise the ongoing connection that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have to this land and recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as the original custodians of this land.