Wondering what to do on Bribie Island? Look no further than G’Day Adventure Tours for fantastic beach driving tours. The approximate 5 hour Bribie Island Adventure Tour will take you gallivanting around to all the best natural and historical Bribie Island attractions.
You will experience a variety of adventurous things to do on Bribie Island including beach 4WDing, lagoon swimming and/or sightseeing, a historical excursion to Fort Bribie, an inland drive into the national park for wildlife spotting, and a visit to campgrounds on the Pumicestone Passage side of the island, and a stop-off at White Patch before heading home.
This tour departs every Saturday, however private bookings can be arranged with a minimum of 4 people for your chosen date, subject to availability.
This tour starts from 8th Avenue, where you will hit one of the many Bribie beaches near Brisbane – Woorim Beach in the comfort of the 4WD tour vehicle for a sandy journey up towards Fort Bribie WWII.
Along the way you will be able to stretch your legs and enjoy some native wildlife spotting. Your tour guide will stop-off at Norfolk Lagoon (called 2nd Lagoon by the locals) and Mermaid Lagoon. Swimming is optional.
These stunning, tranquil areas provide fantastic opportunities for wildlife and nature photography, as well as serving as a picturesque backdrop for the signature tour happy snap with your family and/or friends.
After your lagoon lazing, you will continue north to the old WWII Fort Bribie bunker site on Ocean Beach where your guide will regale you with informative historical commentary as you explore the area.
After your WWII bunker pit-stop, the real adventurous fun begins! Your guide will take you inland conquering the Bribie Island National Park 4WD tracks for more fun things to do on Bribie Island. The scenery changes from rugged Australian bush to open forests, swampy wetlands and dirt roads in the blink of an eye. These remote areas of the island are only accessible in high clearance and low range 4WD vehicles.
You’ll stop for a picnic lunch at Poverty Creek, enjoying the serenity and the stunning views of The Glass House Mountains while making the most of wildlife spotting opportunities (keep your eyes open for kangaroos and goannas). After lunch and a group photo in front of the Pumicestone Passage, you’ll be chauffeured to the stretch of shore that is White Patch for one last leg stretch and photo opportunity.
The tour ends by dropping you off at your original pick-up point.
Please Note: Lunch, water, soft drink and fruit is included in this day tour. Lagoon swimming is an optional activity which can be enjoyed as part of this tour.
Pick-ups: Redcliffe, Brisbane and Sunshine Coast available on request. Note that this extends the tour times
Cotterill Avenue, Bongaree, Caboolture, Queensland, 4510, Australia
Public holidays may vary