We welcome new members. Join us to participate in activities and help us protect the beautiful Bribie Island environment.

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As a not-for-profit organisation we welcome donations or legacies however large or small. We have much work to do!

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Our newsletter is prepared monthly and is sent to all members. Past editions are available in the archives on this site.

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Next Meeting

General meetings are held each month from January to November on the fourth Monday of the month at 7:00pm at the Bribie Island Library, Welsby Parade, Bongaree.

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The design for this linocut was inspired by Grevillea Banksii, native to the Queensland coast. This Grevillea and its many hybrids flourish in the sandy soils of Bribie Island, their flowers providing a valuable food source for Bribie’s nectar-feeding birds.
grevillia banksii
This linocut was produced and coloured by Geoff Ginn and Glenda Charles, artists living in Bongaree. Anyone wanting limited edition prints of this, or indeed any Bribie flora or fauna, please contact Geoff and Glenda, ph: (07) 3408 0759, Proceeds of any sales/commissions would go to BIEPA.
  • BIEPA representation at Australia's 3rd Wild Law Conference:
  • Norfolk Lagoon
    The story of the Bribie Borefields goes back almost two decades....... For ten years before the State Government put out an urgent request for water (2007) at what was to become the break in a ten ye