7 things to do on Bribie Island

If you’re looking for a weekend road trip that's got surf, sand and sun minus the hordes of tourists, look no further than Bribie Island, Queensland.

Located in between Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast, Bribie Island is just a two-hour drive from the Gold Coast or 50 min drive from Brisbane Airport.

Here are 7 things you must do when you visit Bribie Island.

1. Explore Bribie’s beaches

Woorim Ocean Beach, Bribie Island.

From the patrolled beach at Woorim to quieter spots like Red Beach, Bribie Island features kilometres of beautiful coastline.

2. Visit the Bribie Island Seaside Museum

Bribie Island Seaside Museum located at Bongaree.

Learn about Bribie Island’s rich military history during the Second World War at the Seaside Museum overlooking the glimmering waters of the Pumicestone Passage, Moreton Bay.

3. Check out the Sandstone Point Hotel

Sandstone Point Hotel.

Sitting on 300 metres of unobstructed water frontage, this restaurant/hotel/concert venue is a go-to spot for locals. Since opening its doors in 2015, the likes of The Beach Boys and John Farnham have performed at the Sandstone Point Hotel.

4. Hire a BBQ boat and go fishing

Bribie Island Boat Charters BBQ Boat.

BBQ Boats are a fun way to spend quality time with family and friends and are the ideal way to enjoy a day fishing at Bribie Island. Hiring a self-drive boat is one of the best ways to explore the Pumicestone Passage.

5. See Bribie from the sky

A thrill-seeker about the take a skydive high above Bribie Island.

Take the leap and book a tandem skydive on Bribie Island or hop on board an Oceanview Helicopter to see the beauty of Bribie from the sky.

6. Go four wheel driving

A Four Wheel Drive on the beach at Bribie Island.

Bribie National Park features kilometres of glistening white sand, perfect for 4WD enthusiasts to set up camp.

7. Take the dogs to Red Beach

A dog having fun on the beach at Bribie Island.

The only thing that makes a day at the beach better is a day at the beach WITH your pup. The white sands of Red Beach are dog friendly, so bring your furry friend on your day trip to Bribie Island.