Buderim Forest Park (north)

Boardwalk through a rainforest, at Buderim Forest Park along Martins Creek

Buderim Forest Park is a small rainforest reserve along Martins Creek, with a boardwalk starting from Harry’s Lane at the northern end. Harry’s Lane is the easiest entrance to the park with a boardwalk following Martins Creek upstream, much better access for wheelchairs and strollers. The boardwalk only goes so far before it turns into … Read more

Red Beach

Calm beach with people and dogs, at Red Beach looking east, a dog friendly beach on Bribie Island

Red Beach is a dog friendly beach at the bottom end of Bribie Island, it is one of the lesser known beaches sitting hidden from the main traffic roads. To the north is Buckley’s Hole and Bongaree, often chosen for the calmer water and beaches. To the east is Woody Bay and around the point … Read more

Ocean Beach

Jeep at the beach, at the Second Lagoon, also known as Norfolk Lagoon, on Ocean Beach Bribie Island

Bribie Island is the most accessible of three islands protecting the Moreton Bay area, connected to the mainland by a bridge. The Ocean Beach on the eastern side of the island stretches for over 30 kilometres, accessible only by 4WD. Bribie Island National Park is a playground of many types, from four-wheel driving along the beach and … Read more

Surf Beach

Surf Beach, people on the beach, beach umbrella, from the surf beach on Bribie Island and Moreton Island across the water in the distance

Surf Beach at Woorim on Bribie Island is on the ocean side of the island, the closest surf beach on the north side of Brisbane. Woorim is an Aboriginal word for kangaroo. The main parking area is in front of the Bribie Island Surf Lifesavers Club. The beach is regularly patrolled by the volunteer surf … Read more