Bribie Island Seaside Museum

Explore the intriguing and fascinating history of Bribie Island in a beautiful, contemporary museum. The Bribie Island Seaside Museum enjoys scenic views across the glimmering waters of the Pumicestone Passage and Moreton Bay. The museum is a great addition to your visit to Bribie Island with beautiful parks, local eateries and wildlife habitats close by.

The museum features:

  • A theatre showing films about the S.S Koopa and holidaying on Bribie Island
  • A large collection of preserved fish dating back to 1905 from Moreton Bay waters
  • The social history of the people and places of Bribie Island and its role in World War II
  • The story and some belongings of the internationally-renowned artist Ian Fairweather and other Bribie Island personalities
  • A replica World War II bunker detailing some of Bribie Island’s role in defending the Brisbane line
  • A designated space for new exhibitions that change several times a year
  • Interactive displays and activities for young and old
  • A diverse programme of events and workshops for adults and children.

Location

1 South Esplanade, Bongaree 4507

aONE Media Group Community Project

This website was launched by local media business aONE Media Group as a community project to celebrate and showcase the rich history of Bribie Island, Queensland.

In 2013, local Bribie Island resident and aONE Media Group owner Tim Pasqualone founded the hugely popular Facebook page Lost Bribie, after realising that there weren’t any social media pages or websites that chronicled the rich history of the Bribie Island region.

Visit aONEmediagroup.com to find out more about the services we offer.

Contribute to this site

Bribieislandhistory.com is intended to be a community project. You can contribute to it in many different ways;

– Send us stories for our Local Stories section.
– Send us your photos for our photo gallery.

All contributions will be acknowledged on our site with corresponding credits.

For any contributions please contact us!