After your trip down onto the golden sands of Woorim Beach, continue your seaside experience by following the Accessible Pathway to the Edwin Schrag Lookout. Weave in and around the trees and shaded grass areas as you take in the island sights, sounds and smells.
An accessible pathway of continuous, sealed concrete extends south from the Surf Club right along the foreshore to Edwin Schrag Lookout (approximately 750 metres).
What to bring
For your comfort, we suggest packing sunscreen, a hat, and water bottle, as some of the pathway is open to the elements.
Woorim Beach Accessible Pathway – suggested route
NOTE: The suggested route below commences at Bluey Piva Park, but the concrete foreshore pathway can be accessed from a number of parks and rest stops. You can start and end your journey wherever you like.
Start at Bluey Piva Park, located near Beach Access Point 12 and to the left of the Bribie Island Surf Club. There is plenty of parking with accessible spots near the Surf Club, as well as the secondary carpark directly in front of the large toilet block.
Travelling south you will pass through the leafy Lions Park, Woorim, which has two separate areas with play equipment, and facilities dotted along a grassy stretch (seating, tables, BBQs). The pathway then crosses ‘Beach Access Road’, before continuing parallel to Boyd Street.
Fill up your water bottle and take a rest at Edwin Schrag Park, located at the southern end of the Woorim foreshore. There are BBQ facilities, shelters and road parking here, ideal for a DIY picnic.
Further south you will reach your final destination at Edwin Schrag Lookout, complete with elevated views out across to Moreton Island. The lookout also features an off-road cark park with accessible parking spots for ease of access.
Nearby venues/Food & drink:
You can pack your own lunch and enjoy at one of the parks along the foreshore pathway, or meet with family and friends at a comfortable seaside venue just a short drive away.
There are a number of food and drink options along North Street at Woorim, including Bribie Island Surf Club, The Blue Pacific Hotel, Mojo’s on North, Mokha Café, and IGA Woorim Street.
- Concrete pathway
- Garden beds and native trees/plants
- Grassed picnic areas
- Sandy beaches with blue water
- Boats, jet skis and other water sports
- Native plants and trees (mangroves, banksias, eucalypt trees)
- Wildlife such as shorebirds and lizards. Kangaroos and wallabies can often be seen venturing from the national park to surrounding suburbs
- Sounds of the ocean (waves, moving water)
- Bird calls, including shorebirds and waterbirds
NOTE: Some of the grassy parks along the Woorim Beach Accessible Pathway are classified as bookable areas through Council. These may be used for sporting or recreational events and occasions. This could increase pedestrian traffic and affect parking availability.
Corner North Street and, First Ave, Woorim QLD 4507