Bribie Island is one of three major islands found in Moreton Bay.
It’s the smallest of them, but don’t let that fool you because it’s big in excitement, adventure, and discovery.
Bribie Island Accommodation, Beach, Camping, Shops, Hotels, Map, QLD
Since the bridge’s completion in 1963, Bribie Island has become a well-loved getaway for locals. After all, it’s the only island in the region that connects the mainland via a bridge, allowing quick and easy day trips. However, it offers more than enough activities for a holiday of several days.
A visit to the island isn’t complete without immersing yourself in the beauty of the Pumicestone Passage. This marine park is home to thriving wildlife species, including dugongs, dolphins, turtles, and several dozen types of birds. The passage can be explored by booking a tour, recommended for first-time visitors to learn more through the helpful commentary of tour guides. Alternatively, you can get your adrenaline fix by kite or windsurfing here, as well as engaging in the other watersports.
The calm waters around the island also mean that beach fun awaits. The long stretch of beach offers tons to do for the young and old. Woorim Beach, located in the eastern area, is popular for exciting four-wheel-drive adventures, while the protected west is great for family beach picnics. Bellara and Bongaree, in particular, are havens for picnics, calm swimming, and BBQs.
Bribie Island has everything you need for a memorable holiday. Make sure you explore the range of accommodation options within the town, including a wide range of hotels, holiday houses, motels, caravan parks, resorts and apartments.