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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...

Strandings Volunteer Network Newsletter, Dec 2021

Information collected on Marine Strandings is a part of the citizen science work in which BIEPA’s volunteers are involved. The long term outcomes this Marine Stranding data gathering contributes to the government’s decisions on how best to address increases in...
Containers for Change

Containers for Change

BIEPA is now registered as a charity which can receive donations under the CONTAINERS FOR CHANGE programme. This scheme aims at reducing the number of recyclable containers going to landfill or littering the environment, while at the same time offering an opportunity...
THREATENED MIGRATORY SHOREBIRDS

THREATENED MIGRATORY SHOREBIRDS

                                             At the October BIEPA General Meeting, we had the wonderful opportunity to hear an informative address by Professor Richard Fuller from the school of Biological Sciences, Faculty of Science, University of Queensland....
Next Generation Art Prize

Next Generation Art Prize

NEXT GENERATION ART PRIZE – BRIBIE ISLAND COMMUNITY ARTS CENTRE   BIEPA was again very happy to sponsor the Award for Art from Recycled Materials within the Next Generation Art Prize – held online this year because of uncertainty with Covid restrictions.    BIEPA...

September Meeting 2021

Topic: Bribie Tourism, New Hope for a Sustainable Future. It will cover the opportunities, benefits and way forward for a sustainable tourism model for Bribie Island. Presenters: The presenters are members of the BIEPA Tourism Team: Angela Armitage, who has owned and...

What Can be Done About the Road Kill?

Bribie Island Locals call for measures to protect native animals from becoming road kill. The story was broadcast on ABC 7 pm News on Sunday 26th September. Click the link below to view the...
Koala Conservation

Koala Conservation

Communication and invitation from the QLD Department of Environment and Science. The link to the DES website (at the end of this message) provides further information on the program and the opportunity to register. “In 2018, the Department of Environment and...

Koala Survey

PLEASE PARTICIPATE IN THIS IMPORTANT SURVEY. The links are in this document… Click Here to download Or go straight to the: Koala Survey BIEPA recommends you participate in this important Survey on South East Queensland Koalas that are under threat of extinction...