Boab Boat Hire Bribie Island

Boab Boat Hire Bribie Island

Boab Boats Bribie Island, Bribie Island Road, Ningi QLD, Australia

Boab Boats, the leading Bribie Island boat hire specialists, provide on-the-water thrill-seekers with the best quality boat, ski tube, kneeboard, wakeboard and jet-ski hire on Bribie Island, along with boat licensing services for boat owners.

Benefits of Boabs Bribie Boat Hire

Boab Boats offer 4 different boats for hire, allowing customers to enjoy their chosen vessel for 1 day, over the weekend, the whole week, or even longer.

Best of all, if you don’t want to (or can’t) tow it away yourself, Boab Boats can deliver the vessel to any destination you require, launching it and retrieving it for you if required. Boabs will even wash and refuel the boat when you’re done!

All required safety gear is included in your hire along with depth sounder and GPS units with pre-loaded fishing marks.

An Exclusive Hire available to PWC License Holders

If you hold a PWC license you can hire out the brand new Sea-Doo GTI 130 from Boabs, available to use inshore and offshore. It comes with an optional fishing rack at half, single or multiple day hire rates and can be launched for you, or setup on a trailer for you to tow away.

Boab’s Bribie Island Boat Hire Options

The boats in our hire fleet are capable of fishing offshore areas such as Cape Moreton, Caloundra wide, Deep & Shallow Tempests, Hutchinson Shoal and Tangalooma. Whether your day involves fishing, diving, whale watching, sightseeing, cruising, or action-packed water sports, Boabs have you covered.

Choose from:

  • Centre Cab
  • Kimberley
  • Kakadu Tinny
  • Seadoo Jetski

Boab Boats Launch from Kal-Ma-Kuta Drive

Boabs local boat ramp is located on the mainland side of the Bribie Island Bridge at Kal-Ma-Kuta Drive, on the western side of Spinnaker Sound Marina. Smaller ramps (next to VMR or the Bongaree Caravan Park) on the island may be used to launch smaller Boab Bribie boat hire vessels.

More Splashingly Fun Things to Do on Bribie Island

Relaxation, romance, adventure and fun for the whole family await on Bribie Island. This water-rimmed paradise offers so much to do by the shore and on the water.

Pumicestone Passage

A tranquil fishing haven, Pumicestone Passage is also a popular area for water sports including water-skiing, kite surfing, jet-skiing and kayaking. Contact Boab Boats, the leading Bribie Island boat hire service to get yourself out on the water.

Pumicestone Passage Foreshore

Located along Pumicestone Passage foreshore are a number of BBQs, picnic tables and playgrounds perfect for kicking-back, or enjoying a romantic sunset.

Bongaree Beach

Feel the soft sand between your toes at Bongaree Beach and surrounding passage beaches. This beach is a popular spot for families with young children as the waters are often very calm and shallow.

Bongaree Jetty

Located along the beach, Bongaree Jetty is a popular spot to cast a line in, or bomb dive into the passage waters.

Bribie Island National Park

Covering a significant portion of the island is the Bribie Island National Park, a beautiful forested area perfect for exploring both from Pumicestone Passage, inland and on the beach side. The park is only suitable for 4WD vehicles. If you do intend to drive on the beach, ensure you have purchased the correct permits before starting your journey.

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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.