Kayak the lagoon, see the beautiful Bribie island beach, visit local lagoons, & explore the WWII bunkers of fort Bribie.
- Professional Driver & Guide
- 4WD Tour of Bribie Beach & Inland 4WD Tracks
- Photo Opportunity with Native Wild Life
- Visit The Lagoons (Swimming Optional)
- Explore Fort Bribie
- Learn the History of the Island
- Poverty Creek A Beautiful setting overlooking the glass house mountains
- Freshly Catered Healthy Picnic Lunch included
- Water & Soft drink included
Large groups of 14+ please contact us via email [email protected] or call us on 0403 728 261
Things to Do on Bribie Island – Bribie Island Tours
This tour starts off at 8th Avenue, where we let the tyres down and hit the surf beach, making our way up towards Fort Bribie WWII Bunkers.
After picking you up from Brisbane City, we will travel to the East side of Bribie Island a suburb called Woorim, where we let the tyres down and hit the surf beach, making our way up towards Fort Bribie WWII Bunkers.
Sunshine Coast Pickup
After picking you up, we will travel to the East side of Bribie Island a suburb called Woorim, where we let the tyres down and hit the surf beach, making our way up towards Fort Bribie WWII Bunkers.
Along the way there will be a few stops to view wildlife and the various lagoons along the Bribie beaches. After a tour of the WWII bunkers this is when the real adventure and fun begins! We head inland and hit the 4WD tracks of the Bribie Island National Park. The scenery changes from rugged Australian bush to open forests, swampy wetlands and dirt roads, all in the blink of an eye. These areas of the island are only accessible in high clearance and low range 4WD’s.
With a stop for lunch and the opportunity to see local kangaroos, goannas and other wildlife at Poverty Creek, enjoy the serenity and the stunning views of The Glass House Mountains. After a picnic lunch and group photo in front of the Pumicestone Passage we continue along the 4WD track to White Patch.
Your tour ends by dropping you off at your original pick-up point.
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- Bribie Island
Bribie is the most northern island in Moreton Bay, Queensland with one third of the island being protected as National Park. Bribie remains a hidden gem, only 45 minutes drive from Brisbane Airport.
Boasting over 30km of pristine beach, it is one of the world’s largest sand islands and is home to over 350 different species of birds and countless other wildlife including kangaroos, Eagles, turtles, dolphins, dugongs, dingos and goannas, just to name a few.
- Bribie Island Surf Beach
The 4WD beach entrance is located at 8th Avenue on the Eastern side of Bribie Island, a suburb called Woorim with Kilometres of drivable beach, it boasts beautiful panoramic coastal views all the way from the Port of Brisbane, over to Moreton Island and all the way up to Caloundra on the Sunshine Coast.
It is a popular camping and 4WD destination. With over 55km2 of National park running off the beach
- Mermaid Lagoon
Bribie Island hosts 4 semi-tidal lagoons. Fresh water creek, Norfolk lagoon, Mermaid lagoon & Welsby lagoon. The water in each lagoon appears golden-brown in colour. This is due to the tea-tree plants that populate the area and that have naturally stained the water over time.
When these lagoons finally break open, it is quite the sight as these golden-brown waters spill over and rush down to the crystal blue ocean water. This makes quite an exciting 4WD experience when crossing from one side of the break to the other.
- WWII Bunkers
There are 11 bunkers located along the northern end of Bribie Island surf beach, dubbed “Fort Bribie”. These fortifications were built between 1939 and 1943 as part of the South East Queensland military defence, during World War II.
They were also used to provide artillery training for Australian soldiers. Legend has it there was also an underground hospital constructed around this time that has since been covered over and hidden.
- Poverty Creek
Poverty Creek is located on the western side of Bribie Island, with an abundance of iconic Australian wildlife that makes its way to this part of the island. You may just spot a kangaroo or Goanna while you are here. This is also a good opportunity to enjoy the serenity and the stunning views of The Glass House Mountains.