Bribie Island is a sub tropical paradise just an hours drive from Brisbane CBD. It is one of only two Queensland islands linked to the mainland by a bridge and offers all the conveniences without the over commercialisation found in many other destinations. Conveniently located midway between Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast it is easily accessible by road, train and connecting bus from Caboolture.
Bribie Island is a haven for catamaran sailing, windsurfing, water skiing and jetskiing. It has the stunningly beautiful Pumicestone Passage on one side of the island and the surf of the Pacific Ocean on the other. Woorim Beach is Brisbane's closest patrolled surf beach with regular surf carnivals and is a popular with both swimmers and board riders alike. Bribie is a fisherman's paradise with Tailor, Bream, Whiting, Mackerel, Cod and Crabs in and around the Island and Pumicestone Passage. Follow a days fishing with succulent fresh seafood at one of the Island's many fine restaurants, hotels, and clubs. Pumicestone Passage, which separates the island from the mainland, is an internationally recognised marine park. The unspoiled environment is a naturalist's delight as it provides protection to dugongs, turtles and dolphins.
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