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One of the tourist treasures of South East Queensland is Bribie Island. Is is an island linked by bridge spanning one of the most significant environmentally sensitive stretches of water, Pumicestone Passage. Bribie Island is a low sand island 34 kms long and up to 8kms across with a network of cycle paths crossing it. Bribie Island is a haven for water sports with the Pumicestone Passage and the open waters of Moreton Bay to choose from. Some visitors wish to sail their own boats into the adjacent marina, whilst others like to relax on the beautiful beaches or enjoy the fresh seafood at the island's many restaurants, hotels and clubs. Bribie Island is the perfect place for a short break or family holiday, combining total relaxation, endless kilometres of white sandy beaches and superb bushwalks through recreation parks.