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Help us protect the natural wonders of Bribie Island

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Wildflowers of the Wallum

Featured Events
  • Wallum Walk with Ben
    Wallum Walk with Ben
    Multiple Dates
    Fri, 06 Oct
    Community Arts Centre car park
    06 Oct, 4:00 pm – 4:45 pm
    Community Arts Centre car park, 191 Sunderland Dr, Banksia Beach QLD 4507, Australia
    06 Oct, 4:00 pm – 4:45 pm
    Community Arts Centre car park, 191 Sunderland Dr, Banksia Beach QLD 4507, Australia
    Join enthusiastic local botanist Ben Timmings from Gondwana Surveys on an educational walk through our wallum heathland to learn about the unique plants and wildflowers that flourish on Bribie Island.
  • A Wallum Adventure with Ben
    A Wallum Adventure with Ben
    Multiple Dates
    Sat, 07 Oct
    Rear Carpark at Bribie Central
    07 Oct, 9:00 am – 11:00 am
    Rear Carpark at Bribie Central, Hornsby Rd, Bellara QLD 4507, Australia
    07 Oct, 9:00 am – 11:00 am
    Rear Carpark at Bribie Central, Hornsby Rd, Bellara QLD 4507, Australia
    Join enthusiastic local botanist Ben Timmings from Gondwana Surveys on an immersive educational walk through Bribie's wallum heath to learn about the unique plants and wildflowers that flourish on the island.
  • Monthly BIEPA Meeting
    Monthly BIEPA Meeting
    Multiple Dates
    Mon, 23 Oct
    Bribie RSL Club
    23 Oct, 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
    Bribie RSL Club, 99 Toorbul St, Bongaree QLD 4507, Australia
    23 Oct, 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
    Bribie RSL Club, 99 Toorbul St, Bongaree QLD 4507, Australia
    Come to our regular gathering to hear updates on projects, ask questions, get involved, and listen to guest speakers on fascinating and relevant topics.
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Monthly Meetings

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Wildlife Walks

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Proactive Projects

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What We Do

Habitat Protection

We run projects to protect, restore, and maintain habitat for native species on Bribie Island. This includes removing exotic weeds and animals, clearing marine debris, and campaigning for better management of traffic on our Pacific beaches.

Wildlife Warriors

We monitor wildlife and work with local authorities to ensure native species, such as loggerhead turtles and migratory shorebirds, are able to flourish on Bribie Island and surrounding areas.

Community Outreach

We keep locals informed about the unique ecosystems on the island and mobilise our members to get involved in our mission teams. We aim to work in partnership with business and government to get better outcomes for nature on Bribie Island.

Want to get involved?

We recently reorganised BIEPA into a set of Mission Teams, each focused on one aspect of our overall mission, which aims to realise our vision:

Bribie, an island sanctuary where life flourishes.

If you want to help without getting overwhelmed, join one of our missions teams and see if there are any projects you can help out on.

BIEPA respectfully acknowledges the traditional custodians of these coastal lands of the Kabi Kabi and Joondoburri peoples.

BIEPA pays respects to Elders and Ancestors past, present, and future for their wisdom and enduring care for Country.

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