An Island State of Mind to enjoy boating and fishing all year round.
Cast a line from the jetty, the endless stretch of surf beach, from a boat on the bay or even from your own backyard.
To the east the open sea. To the west, the tranquil waters of Pumicestone Passage. Bribie Island rises from the heart of the Moreton Bay Marine Park, a 6,000-hectare sanctuary for turtles, dugongs and migratory shorebirds, living in harmony with man and his marine pursuits.
To see dugongs surface from the seagrass beds and dolphins frolic with their young, so close, is magic.
Several species of turtle spend time in the rich feeding grounds of the Passage. Humpback whales pass by twice a year, northbound in late July to breed and on their return journey in November.
Ocean access is fast and safe, with no dangerous bars to cross; so you can cruise when you choose, without having to wait for the right tide. If you’re looking for a challenge, one of the best game fishing grounds in the world, with black marlin, sailfish and tuna is less than an hour away.