Time for Tailor on Bribie

The last piece of the winter fish puzzle has arrived, during the last week reports of tailor have come in from all over. The best place to catch these sharp toothed beasts is the surf beach. Anywhere from Skirmish Point to the top end of the surf beach have seen reports of good sized fish. […]

Bribie to get a drenching

South-east Queensland is set for a soggy couple of days with up to 400 millimetres of rain expected along the coast. Moreton Bay Regional Council is encouraging residents to prepare for the possibility of flash flooding with the Bureau of Meteorology forecasting extreme weather from Thursday, May 30. An East Coast Low is predicted to […]

Bribie Island & Caboolture school bus timetable changes

On Tuesday 27 January 2015, school bus services in the Bribie Island and Caboolture district changed to accommodate increases in student enrolments due to year 7 transitioning into high school. See information below to see what changes have been made to your school service. For more detailed information about changes to school services, please contact your local operator. Route […]

Huge crowds for ANZAC DAY on Bribie Island

Bribie Island will never forget. That’s the message from the ANZAC Day services on Bribie Island today. A huge crowd gathered for the annual ANZAC Day Dawn Service at Woorim Beach on Bribie Island with thousands of people lining the streets for the March and Main Service that followed in Bongaree.

Bribie Island school children mark Anzac Day with striking poppy display

Children at a Bribie Island school have marked Anzac Day with a striking public poppy display. Banksia Beach State School students, on Queensland’s Bribie Island, have crafted 1,085 poppies, which were then planted at the foot of a Lone Pine tree which originated in Gallipoli. Each of the poppies are featured in the display located along Sunderland Drive, Banksia Beach. […]

Snapper aren’t far away

Can you believe another month has been crossed off the fishing calendar? It only seems like last week I was writing about the boys and girls from Tight Lines fishing club. They had their April comp this weekend and got a nice mix of species including bream, flathead, estuary cod, trevally, grunter and sole. These […]

Jet ski ride for cancer research

A distance of 1,600km of water will be travelled by jet skiers in an aim to fundraise for Cancer Council Queensland. A group of 5 jet skiers and 6 support crew will embark on an epic journey and ride from the Gold Coast to Townsville, stopping at various locations including Bribie Island along the way. […]