Bribie Island Visitor Information Centre is in Bellara, about 500 metres after crossing the bridge onto Bribie Island.
The information centre sits in the middle of divided one-way lanes for the road. There is lots of parking between the lanes and some dedicated parking bays for the information centre near its entrance.
The accredited visitor centre was opened in 1986 and operated by friendly local volunteers to provide information and ideas for things to visit on Bribie Island.
Address: Benabrow Avenue, Bongaree, Queensland.
Phone: 07 3408 9026
Nearby Brown Signs
Abbey Museum – The Abbey Museum is a collection of world history from prehistoric hunters to the industrial revolution
Art Centre & Gallery – Bribie Island Community Arts Centre shows local arts and crafts and is a venue for community events and workshops
Bongaree Jetty – Bongaree Jetty on Bribie Island is a popular spot, calm beach, BBQ picnics in the park, an ice-cream from Scoopy’s, jumping from the jetty and fishing
Buckley’s Hole – Buckley’s Hole is a conservation park on the southern end of Bribie Island, a habitat used by local and migratory shorebirds, some flying 6000km non-stop
Ocean Beach – Bribie Island is the most accessible of three islands protecting the Moreton Bay area. The Ocean Beach stretches for over 30 kilometres, accessible only by 4WD
Recreational Precinct – Bribie Island’s recreation precinct is centred around Bongaree Jetty, a popular spot with parks and takeaways and restaurants
Red Beach – 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
Surf Beach – 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, accessed by Bluey Piva Park
To Get There
On the Bruce Hwy north of Brisbane, take the exit to Bribie Island (exit 152). If heading north, after taking the exit, continue straight ahead under the overpass then immediately left to head to Bribie Island. If heading south, after taking the exit, continue straight ahead under the overpass. The exit follows along the highway for about 1km, however, keep to the left to head to Bribie Island. Follow along Bribie Island Rd for 18km to the bridge across to Bribie Island. Continue over the bridge and at the roundabout head straight heading towards Woorim. The entry to the Visitor Information Centre is on the right just before the traffic lights.