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DRIVING ON BRIBIE’S BEACHES

DRIVING ON BRIBIE’S BEACHES

In 2021 a Bribie Island Petition was circulated via change.org regarding the unsustainable access to Bribie Island’s Ocean Beach for 4WD recreational activities.   More than 28,000 citizens signed supporting the following 3 requests made of Queensland’s Honourable...
Endangered Leatherback Turtles

Endangered Leatherback Turtles

By Diane Oxenford Our South East Queensland Leatherbacks are functionally extinct. Dr Col Limpus (Mon Repos Conservation Research Park)  believes there are between 12 and 15 living in our SEQ waters but they have not nested on our beaches in the past 20 years.  If we...
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...