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.

Tree and Vegetation Project


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. Often developers have been able to mass clear large tracts of the native environment. Even some private landholders are unaware of the importance of ancient habitat trees.

The Sub-Committee’s main activities so far are:

  • To document and register significant trees for the Indigenous Tree register.
  • To educate the public about our Bribie environment by writing media articles and being a part of kindergarten and school programmes.
  • To respond to the public’s concerns about threatened trees.
  • To consult with Council and relevant government personnel when tree issues arise.

BIEPA is negotiating with MBRC and the Developer to save some of the trees slated to be removed in order to widen Renton Lane, which runs from The Boulevard, Bongaree, to South Esplanade.

trees slated to be removed in order to widen Renton Lane
The Trees Thank You

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.