Bribie Island

Bribie Island

Bribie Island is a sub-tropical holiday paradise and the perfect destination for those wanting "something different" without the hustle of many other coastal destinations.

The Island has encountered remarkable changes since its humble beginnings when it was linked by bridge to the mainland in 1963.

The trend towards "A Sea Change" particularly over the last five years has seen Bribie Island develop into a much sought after residential and recreational retreat.  More Australians are choosing to simplify their lifestyles and spend extra time with family by relocating or investing in Queensland's tranquil Island locations.

Some of the attractions which have drawn both investors and home owners to our picturesque Island include:-
  •     White sandy beaches surrounded by the sparkling blue waters of the Moreton Bay Marine Park, which includes the still waters of Pumicestone Passage and the ocean beach at Woorim
  •     A patrolled surf beach offering safe swimming
  •     Haven for boaties - several boat ramps are conveniently located for easy access to the Passage
  •     A short 1 hour drive into Brisbane City
  •     Ideal tourist destination
  •     Brisbane & Sunshine Coast easily accessible by road, bus and train
  •     Internationally recognized Marine Park
  •     Fisherman's paradise
  •     Popular Bribie Island Golf Courses are located at Woorim and Pacific Harbour
  •     4WD access to National Park & beach
  •     Cycling, bushwalking and bird watching are all available for the enthusiasts




Most needs are catered for with our Bribie Island Shopping Centre including Woolworths and Target.  There are also many small shopping complexes in every suburb offering a variety of specialty shops throughout the Island.


Restaurants & Cafes

Bribie Island has many restaurants and cafes including coffee shops, Hotels, Clubs and formal dining.  The 'Jetty' in Bongaree is a popular holiday spot where the cafes overlook the beautiful Pumicestone Passage and further along Welsby Parade is the RSL if you want a bistro meal.  The local Surf Life Saving Club is located in Woorim and also offers a bistro dining experience.


Schools, Education & Institutions

Bribie Island offers a number of kindergarten and pre-school facilities along with two state primary schools and one state high school.  Within a short driving distance private state and high schools are also available.  The town of Caboolture offers a TAFE institution while Sunshine Coast University is less than 1 hours drive.


Sports & Recreation

A variety of indoor and outdoor sporting choices are available on Bribie Island.  The local clubs also cater for the young families offering football, soccer, netball and tennis.  For those interested in other sporting activities - croquet, indoor and outdoor bowls, fishing, scuba diving and computer clubs are all active on the Island.



Beautiful Bribie Island is conveniently situated half way between Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast.  It is only a short 55 minute drive to either the Brisbane or Maroochydore airports, and a leisurely one hour train trip to the heart of Brisbane City.


Public Transport

The local Bus Company offers a reliable service to Caboolture and Morayfield with regular links to the Caboolture train station, making public transport an enjoyment to use.