Bribie Island Bicentennial Trails

Natural Attractions

If you enjoy a stroll through eucalypt forest and paperbark wetlands, then make your way to the Bribie Island Bicentennial Trail.

A 3.8 kilometre circuit, the Bribie Island Bicentennial Trails begin at the Bribie Island Community Arts Centre on Sunderland Drive. The sandy track features Banksia, Palm Grove, and Melaleuca Bribie Island walks which branch-off the main circuit giving visitors the chance to enjoy strolls through eucalypt forests, paperbark wetlands, and even wallum heathlands. Allow about 1 hour to complete the full circuit at a leisurely pace.

Don’t forget to bring along a hat, sunscreen and a water bottle.

There’s a range of birdlife to see, so take your phone/camera along too. You may catch a glimpse of rainbow bee-eaters, red-backed wrens, and eastern yellow robins, as well as a host of other beautiful and well-camouflaged birds.

Please Note: Dogs and horses are not allowed on the trails.

Bring along a picnic or drop into the Bribie Island Community Arts Centre cafe and enjoy their homemade goodies.


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