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Bribie Island National Park

Ecotourism & Sustainable Development

Ecotourism & Sustainable Development

Our mission is to ensure urban development adheres to environmental standards and promote sustainable ecotourism on and around Bribie Island.


  • Secure a BIEPA presence in development of the proposed Discovery Centre.

  • Mitigate the impact of increased traffic over the new bridge.

  • Mitigate the impact of 4WD traffic on the National Park's Coral Sea beach.

  • Raise visibility of DA decisions not aligned to MBRC's Environment & Sustainability Strategy.


Team leaders responsible for coordinating projects and reporting to the Management Committee:

  • Angela Armitage

  • Cecelia (CC) Wilson

Team members actively engaged in driving projects to reach goals:

  • Jenny Clarke

  • Mike Howells

  • Darren Jew

  • Robyn O'Sullivan

  • Helen Fairweather

  • Paul Fitzgerald

  • Carol Wood

  • David Percival

  • Elena Telegina

  • Roxanne Zolin

Team helpers who get involved when they can:

  • Ekaterina Telegina

Email us to join in:

To be a member of this team you must be a BIEPA member, able to commit some of your time to work on progressing projects, and be on WhatsApp to keep in touch between meetings. Alternatively you can be a helper, getting involved in activities but not driving projects.


Team members are running these projects to reach the team's goals — anyone can be a helper on activities.

Fighting Damaging Development
We are getting to grips with government planning systems, campaigning for improvements and challenging Development Applications that will have a significant detrimental impact on native habitat and wildlife on Bribie Island and surrounds.
Nature-based Tourism
We work with local government to promote nature-based tourism as a way to protect nature on Bribie Island by making it a vital asset for local businesses.
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