About Bribie Island, Queensland

Bribie Island, a 34 kilometre long sand island in the northern part of Moreton Bay, Queensland Australia. Surrounded by natural beauty, Bribie Island is blessed with white sandy beaches and the Pumicestone Passage, a Marine Park.

Bribie Island, a 34 kilometre long sand island in the northern part of Moreton Bay, Queensland Australia. Surrounded by natural beauty, Bribie Island is blessed with white sandy beaches and the Pumicestone Passage, a Marine Park.

Most of Bribie Island is uninhabited, consisting of National Park covering 55.8 square kilometres. Bribie Island is separated from the mainland by the Pumicestone Passage Marine Park which has 24 islands and is bounded by 240 kilometres of shoreline.

The Pumicestone Passage has safe family beaches and calm water. Hire a boat and drop anchor for a quick fish, or enjoy a cruise up the passage to take in all the beauty. Dugongs frequent these waters seasonally to feed on the seagrass while dolphins and turtles also make the passage home as do over 350 species of birds.

If you fancy a play in the surf, then head to the eastern side of Bribie Island. Woorim is a must-see on Bribie Island. The stunning waters and white sand stretch for over 30 kilometres and provides the greatest sense of relaxation and escape.

There's lots to see and do here on Bribie Island, the hardest part is choosing how to fit it all in.

Bribie Island Beaches

Naturally beautiful, Bribie Island and its surrounding waters is a true showpiece of the Moreton Bay area. The picturesque foreshores on Bribie Island make for an excellent spot for a family outing with lots of picnic facilities, ample shady areas, boat ramps and calm water for kiddies to splash around in.

Find Bribie Island's beaches on our Beaches and Parks information page.

Fishing and Camping

Bribie Island Recreation Area offers a variety of coastal camping experiences, some accessible by 4WD vehicle, others accessible by boat. Four-wheel-driving on Bribie Island's beautiful white beaches is an experience not to be missed.

Click here to read our weekly fishing & camping reports.

Wildlife

Pumicestone Passage, which is located between the island and the mainland is a protected marine park that provides habitat for dugongs, turtles and dolphins. Buckley's Hole, at the southern tip of the island, was declared an environmental park in 1992. More than 350 species of birds live in or visit the area.

Click here for more information on Bribie Island wildlife.