If you’re looking for what to do on Bribie Island and in its surrounding areas then visit Bribie Island Visitor Information Centre.
Located just over the bridge on Bribie, this Tourism Queensland accredited tourist information hub opened in 1986 and was previously managed by the Bribie Chamber of Commerce until Moreton Bay Regional Council took over the reins in 2006.
Today the Centre is staffed by just over 30 friendly and knowledgeable local volunteers assisting an average of 11,000 visitors annually.
When it comes to local know-how, the Centre’s staff are happy to help visitors – they are your go-to, point of contact for Bribie Island things to do, offering invaluable hints, tips and ideas for what to do on Bribie Island.
The Centre itself is stocked with loads of information, pamphlets, maps, and more within the Centre to help you get the most out of your trip to Bribie.
The tourist information hub offers FREE Wi-Fi and bus tour groups can book free guided tours of the Bribie Island through the Centre.
Did you Know?
Bribie Island is a very popular destination for holidaymakers and 4WD enthusiasts keen to go off-roading along sandy stretches of beach.
The Centre’s staff keep up-to-date information on track conditions, tide times and beach conditions, with a list of contacts handy to ensure accurate information is available upon your visit.
Bribie Island Things to Do
The Bribie Island Visitor Information Centre is a great starting point to discover Bribie’s local attractions.
Benabrow Avenue, Bongaree Bribie Isalnd QLD, Australia
(07) 3408 9026