The Bribie Island Second World War Fortifications are heritage-listed fortifications at Woorim and Bribie Island North on Bribie Island, Queensland, Australia. They were built from 1939 to 1943 and were added to the Queensland Heritage Register on 20 July 1993 The Bribie Island Fortifications were constructed from 1939 to 1943 as part of the systems of defence of southeast Queensland during the Second World War, and to provideContinue reading “War Fortifications Woorim Beach”
Every morning an amazing sunrise on the ocean Beach at Woorim on Bribie Island. Yet, every morning the beach is deserted and only I see the sunrise from the sands. https://sunrise.maplogs.com/woorim_qld_australia.423402.html
I walked along the sand but it was very windy, so I walked up the steps to the reserve between the Surf Club and the restaurants. The view below of the waters was beautiful Woorim Foreshore is a dog free beach…with a sign clearly saying no dogs…and also no nude bathing. There were many peopleContinue reading “Bribie Island View from the Top”
Bribie Island is the smallest and most northerly of three major sand islands forming the coastline sheltering the northern part of Moreton Bay, Queensland, Australia. The others are Moreton Island and North Stradbroke Island. Bribie Island is 34 kilometres long, and 8 kilometres at its widest.. It is believed that the name of the islandContinue reading “Bribie Island”
One of the most popular beaches on the island, Cylinder is patrolled 365 days a year and has a gentle wave that’s great for those wanting to learn to surf, body surfers or body boarders. North Stradbroke Island Learn to Surf School will assist those wanting to learn.
White sandy beach where you can walk kilometers on isolated sands along the water at Woorim Woorim is a suburb of the Moreton Bay Region in Queensland, Australia on the eastern, or ocean, side of Bribie Island, adjacent to the Pacific Ocean. At the 2011 census, the suburb recorded a population of 1,765 persons, withContinue reading “Surf Beach at Woorim Bribie Island”