Bribie Beach Shack

Bribie Beach Shack

23 Kal Ma Kuta Drive, Sandstone Point Queensland, Australia

Nestled on the shoreline of the beautiful Pumicestone Passage nature sanctuary, Bribie Beach Shack has been the 'best kept secret' since opening to locals and tourists in 1962.

A family business that believes in 'good value and good service', Bribie Beach Shack is a one stop shop for your next day out on the water.

Boat hire Bribie Island

Get out and explore the incredible Moreton Bay Marine Park, with hundreds of channels, islands and creeks to discover. You'll be right in the midst of one of Australia's most important bird and marine habitats, with dolphins, dugongs and turtles regularly spotted. Bribie Beach Shack provides a huge range of ways to get you out and about on the water, including:

  • Fishing boats (options include boats with no boat licence required!)
  • BBQ pontoon party boat
  • Kayaks & stand up paddle boards (SUPs)

Boats are available for half or full day hire, and human powered watercraft are bookable for 1 or 2 hours. Keen fishers should check out Beach Shack Fishing charters, which operate out of nearby Spinnaker Sound Marina, providing immediate access to Moreton Bay and popular fishing locations

Bribie Island bait and tackle

Are you looking for some expert local advice on the best fishing spots around Bribie Island? The team at Bribie Beach Shack have all the gear and plenty of ideas for getting you on your way to reeling in the big fish!

Find everything you'll need for a great day out on Pumicestone Passage in one spot at the store, with fishing tackle and bait, boat equipment, sun protection, ice and much more.

Beach Shack Fishing Charters

Beach Shack Fishing Charters operates offshore fishing trips based out of Spinnaker Sound Marina at Sandstone Point.

Their convenient location allows immediate access into Moreton Bay and is less than 15 nautical miles to the rich fishing grounds of Cape Moreton, north of Moreton Island, and the deep blue waters of the Coral Sea. Typical locations include Bulwer Ledge, Venus Banks, Cape Moreton, Brennan Shoal, Roberts Shoal, Deep and Shallow Tempest, Flinders Reefs, Hutchison Shoals, Wild Banks, 9-mile Reef, 12-mile Reef, Barwon Banks, many of the FAD locations including towards the Continental Shelf and many wreck sites in Moreton Bay and the Coral Sea.

Bribie Island is an easy 45 minute drive north from Brisbane Airport or 50 minute drive south from the Sunshine Coast, Mooloolaba.

Bribie Beach Shack offer individual or group bookings for 8-9 hour trips on our high powered offshore fishing charter vessel.

Bites & Beverages | Fully Licensed

Bribie Beach Shack is the only fully licensed, boat hire and bait & tackle shop in Australia. The takeaway menu offers delicious barista made fresh coffee, breakfast offerings as well as an extensive range of fish & chips, burgers, sandwiches, hot dogs and smaller bites for the kids. Check out the menu here.

Hirers of BBQ pontoon party boats can enjoy a personalised service with food & drink orders delivered out to your boat's location by phone order.

Head to Bribie Beach Shack's website to discover more and to book your ultimate day on the water!

Explore a marine life oasis

Pumicestone Passage is one of Australia's most important bird and marine life habitats, home to dolphins, dugongs, turtles and a plethora of bird species. Popular with bird watchers and nature photographers, the passage offers a calm oasis perfect for exploration of the various channels, creeks and islands. Fishing is highly popular, with a range of fish, prawns and crabs; but fishing is restricted in some areas of the passage to protect wildlife. Don't get caught by throwing a line in at a protected area and reeling in a hefty fine - check out the fishing zones map HERE.

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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.