Bri­bie Is­land

Caravan, Camping and Holiday Parks with Kids - - Queensland - www.tourism­bri­

Home to a breath­tak­ing line-up of wildlife, Bri­bie Is­land is lo­cated just an easy 45 min­utes from Bris­bane air­port. Kids camp­ing on Bri­bie will love the thrill of spot­ting the dif­fer­ent types of birds that call the is­land home through­out dif­fer­ent times of the year, or if they’re lucky, they might even be treated to a show by the res­i­dent dol­phins.

Camp­sites here range from ba­sic sites with no fa­cil­i­ties, like the ones at Gal­lagher Point or Lime Pocket, to bet­ter- equipped sites such as Mis­sion Point. The lat­ter comes with toi­lets, cold show­ers, run­ning wa­ter (though en­sure you treat all your wa­ter be­fore drink­ing), pic­nic ta­bles and fire­places. There are also fa­cil­i­ties for camper trail­ers at Poverty Creek, a site that pro­vides toi­lets, show­ers, run­ning wa­ter, fire­places and pic­nic ta­bles.

Fam­ily-friendly beaches are found on the Is­land along the Pu­mice­s­tone Pas­sage (the chan­nel sep­a­rat­ing Bri­bie and the main­land), and kids can splash around in the wa­ter while par­ents re­lax on the pris­tine, white shore.

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