Bribie Island is the smallest and most northerly of three major sand islands forming the coastline sheltering the northern part of Moreton Bay, Queensland, Australia. The others are Moreton Island and North Stradbroke Island. Bribie Island is 34 kilometres (21 miles) long, and 8 kilometres (5.0 miles) at its widest.

Bribie Island hugs the coastline and tapers to a long spit at its most northern point near Caloundra, and is separated from the mainland by Pumicestone Passage. The ocean side of the island is somewhat sheltered from prevailing winds by Moreton Island and associated sand banks and has only a small surf break. The lee side is calm, with white sandy beaches in the south.

Most of the island is uninhabited national park (55.8 square kilometres or 21.5 square miles) and forestry plantations. The southern end of the island has been intensively urbanised as part of the Moreton Bay Region, the main suburbs being Bongaree, Woorim, Bellara and Banksia Beach. A bridge from Sandstone Point on the mainland was completed in 1963.

Bribie Island Photography is something that we love to do, from the picturesque Sunrises through to Sunsets and beyond, even into the night, the scenery at Bribie Island comes alive.  The photos below are a selected few photos of Bribie Island that we have shot.

 

Steve Photoman Hayes is available for photography on Bribie Island for;

  • Landscape Photography
  • Food Photography
  • Corporate Photography
  • Function/Event Photography
  • Family Portrait Photography
  • Glamour/Model Photography
  • Real Estate Photography
  • Wedding Photography
  • Pet Photography