Just forty minutes drive to the north of Brisbane, take the turn off from the Bruce Highway to Bribie Island. As these picturesque aerial photographs show, it is a summer playground. Travel over the Bribie Island Bridge and head into quaint village of Bongaree, which is the largest village on the island. The population is centered to the south of the Island, with the long northern beaches being accessed only by four wheel drives. Add to Description →
The Pumicestone Passage is the stretch of water which separates Bribie Island from mainland Australia. This area is a Mecca for fishermen, offering great catches of the day. Take a cruise on the local boats to discover the delights of Pumicestone Passage Marine Park. Bellara Native Parklands line the foreshore of the western side of the Island, where many native birds can be seen. Another great area for bird watchers is the Buckley’s Hole Conservation Park.
Bribie Island has a slow pace of life, with activities such as bush walking, strolling the beach, swimming, fishing, bird watching, and beach camping to the north of the Island. Enjoy a round of golf at the Bribie Island Golf Course near Woorim Beach, the Island’s patrolled surf beach.
Banksia Beach boasts Bribie’s residential canal development, where you may enjoy fantastic views to the north over the Glass House Mountains. Voyagers and Skippers Canals offer all the benefits of canal front living.
Great shopping, wonderful restaurants and amazing cafes await you at Bribie Island.