Meg Forbes is a mum, freelance writer, and photographer living in the Redlands, South of Brisbane.
Published August 7th 2020
Paradise found - surf beach joy for dogs and their owners
Bribie Island is the only one of Moreton Bay's sand islands that has a bridge connecting it to the mainland, making its beaches along the eastern shore the closest surf beaches for many Brisbane residents. It also has a long stretch of dog off-leash beach, although updates to where dogs are allowed were announced in May 2019.
Dogs love the freedom of the off-leash beach on Bribie Island!
Under the new regulations, the off-leash beach area can be accessed directly from Lowry St at Woorim, or from Buckley's Hole Conservation Park via a short on-leash section of beach. Signs are installed along the entire area, making it easy for dog owners to follow the new rules.
The off-leash areas of beach are well signposted on Bribie Island
The well-signed, beautiful dog off-leash beach at Bribie Island is a treat for dogs and their owners, both of whom are likely to need a nap after all that fun! Car parking is available near both entrances to the dog off-leash beach, and additional facilities including car parking, public toilets, dog waste bins, picnic facilities, and water fountains can be found at Bluey Piva Park, Woorim.
A beautiful place to relax and bond with your dog after all the fun