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Moreton & Bribie Islands

Moreton & Bribie have beautiful beaches and can be explored by 4WD.

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for your next adventure to Bribie or Moreton Islands

Beautiful Bribie Island




Bribie Island Info

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Bribie Island Camping

 Is the only Queensland island

connected to the mainland by a bridge.

 is accessible to all and is also only

a 45-minute drive from Brisbane airport.

 86% of it is also National Park.

 home to many varieties of wildlife

and including dolphins also birds

Also kangaroos, dingoes, emus, dugongs and turtles.

4WD Permits are also required to access the area.  

Press here for a detailed recreational map of Bribie Island.

Beautiful Bribie Island



Bribie Island is also connected to the mainland

by the bridge and is only 45 minutes from Brisbane Airport.

As you cross the Bribie Island bridge

you have captivating views of Pumice stone Passage.

On both sides and in the distance

the majestic Glass House Mountains

Pumice stone Passage is home

to an amazing array of wildlife Dolphins also Dugong’s

Turtles cruise the passage and over 300 species of birds

visit the island each year roosting in trees and

along the foreshore and feasting along the sand flats

Bribie Island is protected by Environmental National

and Marine Parks, 86 %of Bribie Island

will also remain unchanged

Ensuring the natural beauty will remain

for future generations to enjoy

Bribie Island has something

for everyone with the shopping centre’s

eat-in and take away restaurants also hotels

  Furthermore clubs with a movie theatre,

golf courses,

golf and bowls clubs

holiday accommodation, sports ground

Parks along the beach with BBQ areas and toilets

Finally with boat ramps, markets,

a Marina where you can moor

your boat or hire BBQ or fishing boats

 Cruise the passage or just go fishing.

Moreton Island



This amazing beauty 

Moreton Island is just off the
the coast of southeastern Queensland, Australia.
The protected sand island is known
for its beaches and steep dunes,
like Mount Tempest.
On the west coast
 a dive also site features coral and tropical fish
around a group of sunken boats
called the Tangalooma Wrecks.
A dolphin feeding spot is nearby.
Humpback whales can also be viewed from Cape Moreton
the site of a 19th-century lighthouse.
Area170 km²
Max length44 km
Elevation280 m
LocationCoral Sea; Moreton Bay
Population298 (2011 census)


Lovely Moreton Island

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Moreton Island Tides

Queensland’s most beautiful beaches,

freshwater lakes, coloured sands and rugged terrain.

Moreton Island is also a natural beauty,

the perfect destination for 4WD exploring,

whale watching, fishing, surfing,

also swimming and dolphin feeding.

Moreton Island is also one

Queensland island is also worth visiting,

ideal location for a holiday

and weekend getaway or one-day

also adventure for all ages.

Press here for a detailed recreational map of Morton Island

Rugged sand tracks also wriggle
their way through the bush
across and along Moreton Island
The beach is also the Main Road
the sand tracks the back streets
Moreton Island is the perfect destination
Also for a four-wheel-drive adventure
Whether you bring your own vehicle

You can also drive the whole way around Moreton Islands

coastal perimeter along the beach

except for a few bypass tracks

around the beach in front of the few townships

and also campgrounds in your 4×4.

Roads on the island are also unsealed,

rough, rutted, sandy

usually one car wide but two way

with boggy pull-offs for passing.

the exposed eastern side also runs for 38 km

from rocky North Point down to sandy Reeders Point.

In between are the rocks of the cape, then a 31 km long,

slightly curving high energy east-facing beach

that extends from the south side of the cape

down to the beginning of the large South Passage

the beach also continues on for another 6 km

inside the passage to Reeders Point.

You can also drive the whole length of this beach

usually without a problem

N followed by the km number

and S followed by the km number

for North and South of Middle Road

 At times also exposed coffee rocks

may make the area around White(camel) rock

impassable especially after rough seas or higher tides.

Beach between Kooringal and

Tangalooma is not always passable.

Fallen trees driftwood and shifting sands

can also make the beach impassable even at low tide.

Driving on the sand roads at times

can also be difficult especially during holidays

when they become extremely boggy

or after long periods of no rain

However, it is easy enough to free your car

if you don’t continually spin the wheels

once the car loses momentum.

the best thing to do is back up and try again

or let more air out of your tyres.

You can also drive around Moreton Island

and explore most of the spots in one day

but to explore and enjoy places in depth hang around

for two or 3 days highly recommended

Fishing also Moreton Island 

Moreton Island is also Australia’s

the premier natural island destination

just off the coast of Brisbane.

Also untouched wilderness and listed

on the Australian Heritage Register,

Moreton is also much the same

today as it was when discovered

by Captain James Cook in 1770.

Just about every saltwater species can be chased

by keen anglers throughout the year

and for a fishery aquatic zone so close to a major capital city

Moreton Island fishing locations

also remain in pristine condition

Check out some fabulous tips below

for your Moreton Island fishing experience:


So you also want to start easy?

Then go for whiting fishing in Moreton Island

good news is, there’s plenty of these buggers around

They’re mainly a summer species in South East QLD

but you can get them all year round at Reeder’s Point

on the southern tip of the Island

it’s also a whiting hot spot

Fishing in Moreton Bay in the warmer months

is unreal with big summer whiting over 40cm

move also  into the shallows

during the colder months the area

is teeming with smaller diver whiting

big sheilas also move along the shallow

Also Eastern Beach in the warmer months

often in only a metre of water

so it’s best to stand back a little

from the water and fish the shallows

also caught in good numbers on Moreton Island’s

the western side of the Island,

especially from the mouth of

Dog Creek and also north to Yellow Patch

 the best bait is also either sandworm

which can be caught on the low tide

on the Eastern Beach or blood worms

love yabbies, which you can pump

in some of the creek flats on

Moreton Island’s western foreshores

pippies that you can find on the Eastern Beach

Whiting are bottom feeders also that rely on sight to find food

so make sure you’re rigging up so your bait is on the bottom

with a leader that allows it to wash around and attract them

the ideal rig is a number four or six hooks,

a trace 50cm to a metre long and

enough lead to hold the bottom

which is usually a size 2-4 ball sinker


Great news if you’re looking to

impress someone with your fishing skills

 dart is everywhere when fishing at Moreton

out-numbered all other species,

are easy to catch and make pretty good eating too

Basically, the entire Eastern Beach is dart central 

you’ll find they prefer surf to the sheltered waters

so head to the edges of the sandbanks

here and the northern end

of the western shoreline that has breaking waves

Tailor Bight and Yellow Patch on the western side

the rig you use isn’t that important

as long as you’ve got the bait in the water

you’re in with a good chance.

The only thing to really remember is they don’t have

a large mouth so hook size should be fairly small

a size 2/0 – 1/0 is usually best and

a sinker size between a 2-4 ball.

Dart fishing in Moreton Island is more than ideal 

biting all year and all day long but your best chance

to impress is to go after them

in the early morning and late afternoon 

try to use natural baits like worms

yabbies and also pippies

but don’t stress, they’ll eat just about anything.

No pressure but I reckon you should have a few hooked

before you even finish reading this!


Tailor is also an Aussie surf icon

 what better way to celebrate

them then also hooking up

a few to show your mates, right?

Well there’s plenty of fishing

at Moreton Island also especially

during their spawning run in the winter months

Cruising the Eastern Beach

and rock headlands at the northern end

of the Island and surf waters

on the Western Beach

feeding mainly at daylight,

sunset and all through the night

I reckon the prime time is after dark

especially just as the moon rises or sets

You’ll want to look for deeper gutters

that has an opening to the ocean,

here’s where they move into the shallows

and also back again looking for a feed

For bait, use pilchards also garfish and strips of tuna

bonito or mullet, but these greedy buggers will

also, take a lure that’s cast and retrieved quickly.

the best rig also to use on a fishing trip like this

is a flight of three 4/0 hooks,

a short wire trace and a sinker that allows

you to cast maximum distance.

tougher flesh baits (like mullet or bonito

are a better bait if you plan to cast out

and leave the bait in one spot

soft bait like pilchards or garfish and cast

 as far as you can and slowly retrieve it