THINGS TO DO

Bribie Island is Australia’s latest tourist discovery. This unspoilt “jewel of the sea” linked to the mainland by bridge, is only 45mins north of Brisbane. This sub tropical paradise offers total relaxation, a harmony of nature, wildlife and bird life. Forestry and National Parks cover 80% of the island in which Kangaroos, Emus and Dingos make there home. There are endless kilometres of pure white sandy beaches for swimming, clear waters for boating, bush walking, cycling, tennis, crochet, bowls and many more activities.

Pumicestone Passage is a beautiful passage of water that separates Bribie Island from the mainland and is a protected National Marine Park. With natural bush growing to the edge it is home for more than 350 species of bird life. These living waterways are also home to a variety of marine life such as Dugong, Dolphins and Loggerhead Turtles all of which cause great excitement when they are sighted. Cruises

Along the passage are available to allow visitors to appreciate the wildlife and spectacular scenery, and we are more than happy to book these for you.

The passage is also a popular spot for amateur fishing, either from the beach, local jetty or from a boat, and boat hire is readily available for the keen fisherman.

For golfing enthusiasts there are two world class golf courses where you can improve your handicap. The Pacific Harbour Golf & Country Club and Bribie Island Golf Club. Special Golfing packages are available at Avon Lodge.

For those guests who wish to visit some of Queensland’s famous tourist spots such as: The Ginger Factory, Eumundi Markets, Etamoga Pub, Aussie World, Glasshouse Mountains, Montville, Melany and Noosa in the North… and Movie World, Sea World, Dream World, Outback Spectacular, Gold Coast and Jupiters Casino in the South, all of these destinations are within two hours drive.