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Enjoy Beaches and Barbecues with Bribie Island Holiday Lettings
Bribie Island is one of three sleepy islands situated off the coast of Moreton Bay in Queensland, Australia. Low-key apartments typify holiday rentals on the island, where guests can spend their days hopping between the swimming pool and the beach and cook up an authentic Aussie barbecue in the evenings. In addition to the area's natural beauty, regular markets, charming restaurants, and a select number of excellent museums are just some of the highlights to expore.
Food and drink on Bribie Island
This charming island off the coast of mainland Queensland is a foodie haven. For dinner, dine on seafood caught that morning or tuck into hearty bowls of authentic Indian curries—Bribie Island has it all. There's even a popular fast food joint for when the mood takes you. You'll also be spoiled for choice for casual daytime bites. Sue's Cafe and Takeaway and Sylvan Beach Seafood Cafe are just two options, both of them budget-friendly and serving dishes the kids will love.
If you're travelling as a couple or are just seeking something a little more refined for dinner, the options are no less abundant. Blue Anchorage, Sandstone Point Hotel, and La Vera Gourmet Pizza are local favourites with strong menus and delicious drinks, to boot. The Sandstone Hotel not only has an excellent bistro but is also a great bar where you can enjoy an evening cocktail.
Getting cultural on Bribie Island
Despite being a quaint island with a population of just 16,000 people, Bribie Island is peppered with small museums and cultural attractions to enjoy. The local community Arts Centre is a large venue encompassing several artistic spaces including The Mathew Flinders Art Gallery, which hosts a range of exhibitions and shows. The website has up to date listings and also provides excellent information about other events across the island. Another cultural venue well worth a visit is the Bribie Island Seaside Museum, where you can learn more about your destination. The museum features an exhibition about the local fishing community and a collection of works by the artist Ian Fairweather.
Five different markets are also held regularly around the island region. The Bribie Vibe Arts & Craft Market takes place on the last Sunday of each month and is a wonderful place to pick up a souvenir. You'll have to rise fairly early to visit the Bribie Island Rotary Market, which is held on the second Sunday of each month between 6:30am and midday.
Bribie Island for children
This easily accessible destination located just off the eastern coast of the mainland has much to offer families on holiday. The beaches have golden sands and some have calm waters, perfect for building sandcastles and swimming. The west of the island, also known as Passage Side, is the preferable coast for those with kids, as the waters are much more placid. Families can also hire a boat and sail off from one of the island's many ramps, to spend a day fishing in the blissful Aussie sunshine.
Kids will love getting up close and personal with the variety of wildlife on the island. Dolphins live in the waters surrounding the island and are known to majestically jump out of the sea at will. Emus, the island's unofficial mascot, freely roam the streets, to visitors' delight. The northern tip of the island is a designated national park. Families can explore the lush vegetation and learn about conservation from the information provided at the visitor centre.
Excursions in and around Bribie Island
Exploring the waters around Bribie Island is a must. Whether you choose to snorkel, scuba dive, or see the fish and coral from a glass-bottomed boat, you'll be delighted by the colourful delights that await. Another marine adventure destination is the Pumicestone Passage. Stretching for over 35km, this marine park is comprised of a stunning passage of islands and sandbanks, which are home to over 40 species of birds.
Caloundra is the closest town on the mainland and is a popular destination in its own right. Famed for its beaches and stunning promenades, it makes an excellent day trip from Bribie via boat. You can also visit the other two islands in Bribie's archipelago, Moreton Island and North Stradbroke Island.
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