Over 30km of white sandy surf beach stretches the length of the eastern side of Bribie Island. On the western side, the sheltered waters of Pumicestone Passage Marine Park are a favourite for families and watersport enthusiasts.
Bribie Island is one of the rare locations where you can experience the exhilarating freedom of four-wheel driving on an ocean beach. Explore walking trails inland to discover freshwater lagoons and a microcosm of natural habitats including rare Wallum Heathlands and seasonal wildflowers. Scuba dive at nearby Flinders Reed with its magnificent sandstone formations. Discover over a hundred coral species and come face to face with all kinds of creatures.
Another must see local spectacle over the summer months, Bribie Island’s resident bird community is joined by over 50,000 sea birds from Siberia, Northern China and Mongolia. Helping accommodate them, we created a wader bird roost and sanctuary at Kakadu Beach.