Help us protect the natural wonders of Bribie Island

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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.


Monthly Meetings


Wildlife Walks


Proactive Projects


What We Do

Beach Protection

We campaign to protect the native fauna and flora on Bribie Island, including lobbying for better management of activities on the Pacific beach where turtles nest.

Wildlife Warriors

We monitor wildlife and work with local authorities to ensure native species, such as migratory shore birds, 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 various environmental projects.

Get in touch

To: The Secretary

Bribie Island Environmental Protection Association

Queensland, Australia

PO Box 350

Bribie Island

QLD 4507

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