On this particular recent winter day, a visit to this interesting piece of beauty, seeped in history, was a most enjoyable experience. Here you could feel the light breeze, soak up the stunning scenery and explore the different areas dotted across the island. Since 1963, when the bridge was built to connect Bribie with the mainland, accessing the island became an easy drive for Brisbane and surrounding area residents.
We found a meandering little walkway. siting between some lucky residences and a bird sanctuary. A couple of hides had been built along the way to enable you to spend sometime viewing the different bird species as they mingled near the waters edge.
At the end of the track lies a waterway giving local residents access to the bay. Sun rays danced across the glistening blue water,, highlighting the moving reflections stretched across the mirroring water.
On this occasion, we stopped by the Blue Anchorage, situated near the jetty, for a pleasant lunch.
Enjoy your visit to Bribie Island, its an easy drive from Brisbane. In fact from Northside you will do this in well under an hour. Always nice to visit on on a weekday as weekends can be busy out here, with everyone trying to enjoy a slice of heaven on earth.