There are a number of picnic facilities here, including shaded and unshaded picnic tables, and two electric BBQs, with some of these placed conveniently close to the playground. Bluey Piva Park also borders onto a small tourist precinct with a number of cafe, restaurant, and take away options.
BBQ and picnic facilities are scattered strategically throughout the park
On the other side of the playground is a large public amenities block that includes toilets, change rooms, cubicles with cold showers, and disabled and baby change facilities. There are additional beach showers on each side of the building for anyone who just wants to rinse off before heading home.
The large public amenities block includes toilets, change rooms, showers inside and out, and disabled and baby change facilities
An exciting initiative currently being trialled from Woorim Beach Access Point 12 at Bluey Piva Park is the addition of accessible matting that makes the beach accessible to prams and mobility devices. Neighbouring Bribie Island Surf Club has also introduced free beach wheelchair hire on weekends and public holidays. To hire one of the two beach wheelchairs available under this trial, call (07) 3408 1188, or email email@example.com .
This fantastic initiative makes Woorim Beach accessible to everyone from Bluey Piva Park
One of the highlights of Woorim Beach is the very real possibility of seeing bottlenosed dolphins, Australian humpback dolphins, and from June to October, the occasional humpback whale during their annual migration.
Australian humpback dolphins playing beneath Bluey Piva Park at Woorim Beach
Bluey Piva Park provides a number of benches and picnic tables overlooking Woorim Beach, and on any given day there are people sitting with binoculars looking out over the ocean towards the western shore of Moreton Island.
Benches along the edge of Bluey Piva Park are popular amongst marine mammal watchers
Blue Piva Park is also a bird watcher's paradise. From the brahminy kites and white bellied sea eagles that soar along the beach front, to small birds such as the rainbow bee eaters that sit amongst the trees, Bluey Piva Park is worthy of hours spent with binoculars or a camera.
Getting to Bluey Piva Park is easy, with Bribie Island the only one of Moreton Bay's sand islands that has a bridge from the mainland. There is a large car park adjoining the park, and bicyle racks are provided alongside the playground.
A large car park and bicycle racks are provided here