A series of 12 interpretive signs along the Bongaree foreshore on Bribie Island.
From Bribie’s first people to Australia’s first opera, the signs explore some of the rich histories, colourful characters and remarkable stories making Bribie the amazing place it is today.
The signs also invite the reader to share their own Bribie story and connect with other local attractions and further information.
Have a read …
- Bribie in a can/Every street tells a story/A creek called Shirley
- The legend behind Welsby Parade/Paving the way to Brisbane’s closest surf beach/A legendary retriever named Ranger
- Bribie’s Indigenous People/Bribie’s first European guests/Bribie’s oldest house and Australia’s first opera
- Campbell’s Boat Shed and Cash Store/A birdwatcher’s paradise/Amateur Fishermen’s Association of Queensland