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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...
Drama at Woorim Beach

Drama at Woorim Beach

At 5:00 this morning (10th February) when Bribie island’s turtle trackers entered the beach, for their early morning monitoring, they discovered hatchling tracks from an unidentified nest.  The hatchlings had emerged during the night from the midst of a...
WORLD WETLANDS DAY

WORLD WETLANDS DAY

2 FEBRUARY 2021 This year’s theme “WETLANDS AND WATER” shines a spotlight on wetlands as a source of freshwater and encourages actions to restore them and stop their loss. We are facing a growing freshwater crisis that threatens people and our planet. We use more...

Michael Ramsden, Biosecurity

Monday, January 25, 2021 Topic: Biosecurity  Guest Speaker: Michael Ramsden Our speaker for January was Michael Ramsden, Plantation Health Officer, HQ Plantations. He spoke about the Company’s efforts in the area of biosecurity, including work here on Bribie...
What Lurks Below?

What Lurks Below?

Bribie Seaside Museum 27 Nov 2020 – 21 Feb 2021 From peculiar slug-like creatures to giants of the sea, explore What lurks below as we dive into the hidden world of the waters surrounding Bribie Island. Down there we will meet sea creatures that like to hide and ones...
Clean up Australia Day

Clean up Australia Day

This year – Sunday, 7 March 2021 This photo shows BIEPA members and other volunteers who joined us at White Patch for the 2020 event. We collected bags of rubbish, but it was good to see that the number of cans and bottles was lower than in previous years,...