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One of the tourist treasures of the Shire is Bribie Island, one of the few islands linked by a bridge and spanning one of the most significant environmentally sensitive stretches of water that forms Pumicestone Passage.

Bribie Island is a low sand island 34kms long and up to 8kms across with a network of cycle paths cross this flat island making an enjoyable outing to the water and beach. Bribie Island is a haven for water sports with the Pumicestone Passage and the open waters of Moreton Bay to choose from. For those who wish to sail their own boats into the area, there is a marina adjacent to the island and a new jetty capable of taking craft up to 120 tonne. Fresh seafood is an attraction at the island�s many restaurants, hotels and clubs.

In recent years blue chip investment in residential and commercial development has changed previous perceptions of the island as a sleepy village. It has become a vibrant destination offering a sea change environment equal to the noted southern and northern beaches.

Bribie offers the perfect alternative for a day trip or short break stay � total relaxation, endless kilometres of white sandy beaches and superb bushwalks through recreation parks that comprise 80% of the island.

From swimming in calm protected waters or between the flags on the ocean beach, cruising the Pumicestone Passage, exploring the shops, searching for art and craft, eating fish n chips on the beach, savouring a latte or a stroll watching the sun set over the Glass House Mountains, a visit to the island maybe just what you are seeking.

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