Bribie Island in the fourth largest sand island in the world. It is based just off Brisbane, in Queensland, Australia. For thousands of years it has been attracting people to it’s shores. The Gubbi Gubbi people have used the seafood and coastal resources for many years.
With it’s plentiful flora and fauna, and it’s extensive protected tidal wetlands and waters, Bribie Island boasts an unmatched environment for many marine life. Dugongs, dolphins, fish, crabs, prawns and many more all call the waters around Bribie Island their home. It’s not just the marine life that lives here, between 10,000 and 15,000 migratory waterbirds visit this area throughout the summer time. Birds of prey, such as the osprey, brahimity kite, and sea eagles can often be found soaring above the land and waters here.