07 3410 0757 biepa.mail@gmail.com


BIEPA is a self-funded community volunteer group engaged in a wide range of activities that promote Bribie Island and the Pumicestone Passage Catchment as a Sanctuary where fauna and flora are protected under International conservation treaties signed by the Australian Federal Government {the UN Ramsar Convention on Wetlands; the UN Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species (birds and marine turtles) and the UN Single Species Action Plan for the Loggerhead Turtle in the South Pacific Ocean} and National Parks and Moreton Bay Marine Park status.



We welcome new members. Join us to participate in activities and help us protect the beautiful
Bribie Island environment.


As a not-for-profit organisation we welcome donations or legacies however large or small.
We have much work to do!


Recent and upcoming environment-related events. Check this page to keep up with what is cominng up and how past events have gone.


Monthly General Meetings Jan-Nov, on the 4th Monday at 7pm in the ANZAC Room, Bribie Island RSL, 99 Toorbul Street, Bongaree.


BIEPA is an active participant in the Cane Toad Challenge Project, launched by Prof. Rob Capon of the University of QLD and which is ruled by a strict code of ethics relating to humane treatment of the toads.



The Project demonstrated that growing beaches by planting on dunes and protecting them from pedestrian traffic is the most cost-effective and successful foreshore management practice in erosion prevention.

More: (Updated Dec 2021)


The project helps to maintain a healthy waterway in Pumicestone Passage, which is protected under the Ramsar International Agreement signed by the Australian government.

More: (Updated March 2022)


As part of its longer-term vision, BIEPA is pursuing the concept of a vibrant “Discovery Centre” to inform residents, school students and visitors about Bribie’s environment and how it can be enjoyed while protecting its fragile eco-system.



BIEPA has been lobbying for at least a considerable permanent reduction in the number of permits issued and for better observance by drivers of the rules set out with the permits, together with education on the damage unlimited use of the beach as a highway is doing to its fragile, and internationally protected, eco-system.

More: (Updated Jan 2022)


The Vegetation Sub-Committee aims to increase public awareness of the importance of the range and diversity of our natural vegetation types. It was formed because of the alarm we all felt over the lack of legislation to protect our natural assets.



Throughout the year, turtle monitors respond to calls from the public concerning stranded, sick or dead turtles.  If the turtle is still alive, they arrange for its transport to the Wildlife Hospital.  Data on all the incidents attended is reported to the Marine Strandings office at QPWS.

More: (Updated Dec 2021)


BIEPA has a team of trained citizen scientists that regularly monitor the condition of our local freshwater catchments and marine waterways including the southern end of Pumicestone Passage, testing water quality and entering the information in a dedicated data base.

More: (Updated March 2022)

Postal Address

P.O. Box 350
Bribie Island, Qld, 4507, Australia


07 3410 0757

Contact Form

Bribie Island Environmental Protection Association Inc

BIEPA is an active group of people, from many different trades and professions and of various political persuasions, who have at least one thing in common – they care for the environment of Bribie Island and the surrounding area.

Direct Bank Deposit Details for Tax Deductible Donations:
BIEPA Inc Public Environment Fund, Bank of Queensland
BSB Number: 124 390
Account Number: 22671143

Direct Bank Deposit Details for other payments: 
Bank of Queensland, BIEPA General Account
BSB: 124 390
Account no: 22657983, with your surname as the reference.