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BRIBIE ISLAND -FAUNA AND FLORA SANCTUARY

BRIBIE ISLAND -FAUNA AND FLORA SANCTUARY

This map shows how Bribie Island’s internationally protected fauna and flora sanctuary is presently designated for tourism. BIEPA is lobbying for a new less destructive, more appropriate, and sustainable tourism model that educates, celebrates, and protects Bribie...

Meeting APRIl 2022

Monday, 25th April in the ANZAC Room at the Bribie RSL. We shall be welcoming as Guest Speaker Graeme Smith of the Pumicestone Passage Catchment Local Management Body. This newly-formed organisation supports the balance of environmental, recreational, economical and...
Earth Hour 2022

Earth Hour 2022

CELEBRATE EARTH HOUR 2022 with BIEPA.     8:30pm – 9:30pm Saturday 26th March.  Light your candles  Turn off your electric lights  Enjoy the night sky     Earth Hour 2022 – Earth Hour          AURORA...

TOURISM VISION FORUM

The NATURE-BASED TOURISM VISION FORUM took place on 10 April 2022, read more about the event here.   Nature-based tourism offers significant economic opportunities while ensuring high-value conservation for the future. The Bribie Island Nature-Based Tourism Vision...

January Meeting Cancelled

HAPPY NEW YEAR The BIEPA Management Committee has met and discussed the present situation with COVID-19 Omicron variant. The BIEPA General Meeting originally scheduled for Monday January 24, will be cancelled. As you may be aware, the Bribie Island population has not...