The last stop before the Bribie Bridge when heading north along the Bongaree Foreshore is Pumicestone Lions Park. This is a great picnic spot to finish your day, with plenty of amenities for your comfort and viewing spots across to the mainland.
View, views, and more views
If you are looking for wide-open spaces with clear pathways and room to move, Pumicestone Lions Park ticks all the boxes when planning your next visit to Bribie Island.
The various picnic shelters and seating spots are well-spaced. Wheelchairs, walkers and other mobility devices can travel freely and easily turn around.
With uninterrupted views out across Pumicestone Passage, you may be lucky enough to spot some sea life. Whale watching season in the Moreton Bay Region is between June and October, while dugongs and dolphins are also known to frequent the Marine Park waters.
Flexible space for play and recreation
Pumicestone Lions Park is a very flexible space, with options and activities for varying abilities.
It offers a combination of large, grassed areas and concrete pathways. There is also a playground with equipment and a sandy floor.
The parking lot is located safely off the main road and includes clearly-marked accessible parking spaces. The carpark is adjacent to a toilet block with accessible facilities and Braille signage.
Need to fill up your water bottle? No problem. There is also a fountain and tap located close to the toilets and carpark for convenience.
Nearby venues/Food & drink:
There are a number of food and drink options along Toorbul Street, First Ave and Welsby Parade.
- At The Jetty Restaurant
- Savige’s Seafood
- Bongaree Hot Bread
- Scoopy’s Family Café
- La Vera Gourmet Pizza & Bar
- Sue’s Bar & Grill
- Golden Prawn Seafood & Takeaway
- Bribie Island Bowls Club
152 Welsby Parade, Bongaree QLD 4507