One hour from Brisbane and thirty minutes from the Sunshine Coast, Bribie Island Caravan Park is a must-visit destination for your next weekend getaway or family holiday.
If you’re looking for Bribie Island accommodation north Brisbane, this location offers a relaxing stroll to the waterfront, sealed pathways, sandy beaches, kid-friendly parks, dining and shopping precincts.
Bribie Island Caravan Park serves up the true island living experience, with a range of accommodation options designed to suit all budgets.
Plus, there’s a pool, mini-golf, games room and more – perfect to keep the kids (and adults) entertained after a day soaking up the sunshine, exploring the nearby beaches and parks.
All you need for your stay at Bribie Island Caravan Park is your bags, hat, sunscreen, and sense of adventure!
There are a range of sites, suites and cabins available, including access to shared facilities including a pool, laundry, games room, tennis court, and camp kitchen.
Tea, coffee and sugar sachets are provided on arrival, along with linen.
The most popular accommodation option, with private carport parking for one vehicle and a small outdoor deck. Maximum occupancy 4-6 people (four adults max).
Fully-equipped kitchen with micro/convection oven, cooktop, fridge/freezer, saucepans, kettle, toaster, crockery and cutlery.
Open plan living/kitchen area, dining table with six chairs, sofa, ceiling fan, television, DVD player and reverse cycle air-conditioning.
Open plan design with a queen size bed in living area plus linen/towels and reading lights. Two-level bunk set (top bunk for children under 13 years of age only) in alcove. Maximum occupancy 2 adults and 2 children or 3 adults.
Ensuite off bunk room with vanity, toilet and shower. Cooking facilities with hotplates, microwave, fridge/freezer, cooking utensils, kettle, toaster, crockery and cutlery.
Open plan design. Master bedroom – double bed with linen/towels provided, plus two-level bunk set (top bunk for children under 13 years of age only) in alcove.
Wardrobe and drawer set, ensuite with vanity, toilet and shower.
Recently upgraded with an open plan design, Double bed in living area, plus ensuite facilities.
Outdoor area with table and chairs, privacy screens & curtains, and air conditioning for those warm summer nights.
*Sorry, no pets allowed.
With its sandy beaches, water sports, wildlife, seaside dining, and uninterrupted views of Moreton Bay, Bribie Island is the perfect day trip from Brisbane.
A short drive across the Bribie Bridge from Sandstone Point, Bribie Island feels worlds away and offers a range of dining, shopping, and recreational activities.
Woorim Ocean Beach, located on the south-east of Bribie Island, is the closest surf beach north of Brisbane, making it popular for families, holiday-makers, and those looking for that perfect wave.
Driving on the beach and entering the fore-dunes of the eastern beach requires both a 4WD and permit, which must be obtained prior to your trip.
“Peace and quiet, just the sound of the surf...We loved our weekend getaway stay at this park. Lots of space to park up as we have a large caravan. The park itself is so clean and very well kept. It has a very tranquil ambience and is located in a quiet corner with lots of trees and yet Woorim beach and local shops are just a 5 minute walk away. The amenities are very well kept and the staff were extremely helpful. All in all, a great experience and we look forward to returning.” – Nik and Shaun (Bribie Island Caravan Park website)
Bribie Island Seaside Museum near Caboolture makes for a great museum day trip from Brisbane experience for the kids and adults alike. Right near the beach, the Bribie Museum is in the heart of the Moreton Bay Region.
Watch history come alive at the Abbey Museum Caboolture near Brisbane, you’ll step back in time through an anthropological porthole. DISCOVER TODAY!
The Bribie Island Community Arts Centre is one of Australia’s largest and busiest arts centres, with space for display, retail, workshops and studios, and catering for more than twenty kinds of arts and crafts.
Our experienced Skipper will navigate the Pumicestone Passage with a running commentary enlightening guests of the historical qualities and fun facts about the area.