Inclusive Day Tours: Bribie Island

About Bribie Island

Based in the Moreton Bay region, Bribie Island is the smallest and most northerly of three major sand islands, forming the coastline which shelters the northern part of Moreton Bay. Its traditional owners are the Kabi Kabi and Joondoburri people.

Most of the island is uninhabited national park and forestry plantations. The southern end of the island has been intensively urbanised as part of the Moreton Bay region; its suburbs being Bongaree, Woorim, Bellara, and Banksia Beach. A bridge at Sandstone Point connects the island to the mainland.

cultural tours

Our activities at Bribie Island include:

  • Kayaking at Sandstone Point
  • Beach walks at Woorim Beach
  • Bicentennial Walks at Banksia Beach
  • Art gallery at Banksia Beach
  • Morning-tea/lunch at a local café

Accessibility:

  • Wheelchair friendly with paved or compacted gravel pathways
  • Permanent beach mat at Woorim Beach for easy beach access
  • Sensory-friendly exploration
  • Comfortable and enriching experience for individuals of all backgrounds
  • Supportive and qualified staff

Meeting Point:

TBA

What to bring/wear:

  • Comfortable clothing
  • Closed-in shoes (comfortable for walking in)
  • A broad-brimmed hat
  • Sunscreen
  • Insect repellent
  • Drink bottle
  • Small backpack to carry belongings

Any questions or queries?

If you have any questions or queries about our Day Tours or other matters, please contact us at info@naturefreedom.org.au.