Where the beach meets the bush….Bribie Island Retreat and Recreation Centre boasts natural bush landscapes, modern cabin-style group accommodation, fresh sea air and a range of outdoor activities, all just a short stroll to Woorim Beach, Bribie Island. Opened in 2013, the Centre is ideal for school and tertiary camps, sports teams, youth, church and community-based groups of all ages.
For Brisbane group accommodation on a budget, Bribie Island is a great option with easy access to the Bruce Highway and only a 60-minute drive north of the city. At Bribie Island Retreat and Recreation Centre you have the flexibility to facilitate your own stay, perfect for groups and sporting teams with their own activities, or participate in a tailored group program. The Centre has both cabin-style and onsite camping accommodation and you can even supply your own linen for an affordable group accommodation option or hire directly from the Centre.
Catering for your group has never been easier with fully catered packages available. Catered packages include breakfast, lunch, dinner and complimentary morning/afternoon tea and dessert. Picnic lunches can also be arranged. If you're looking for self-catered group accommodation near Brisbane then Bribie Island Retreat and Recreation Centre offers you the ability to make use of the fully equipped kitchen, BBQ, dining hall and storage areas while supplying your own food.
Catered: $27.50pp (accommodation) + $13.20pp (catering)
The dedicated Groups Coordinator can also arrange nearby local activities including group surfing lessons, excursions to Bribie Island Seaside Museum,
kayaking tours, water sport activities and more.
If you’re looking for Bribie Island group accommodation that is flexible and affordable, contact Bribie Island Retreat and Recreation Centre for a full information and booking details.
2-12 Third Avenue, Woorim QLD 4507, Australia
(07) 3475 3000
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