After picking you up, we will travel to the East side of Bribie Island a suburb called Woorim, where we let the tyres down and hit the surf beach, making our way up towards Fort Bribie WWII Bunkers. Along the way, there will be a few stops to view wildlife and the various lagoons along the Bribie beaches. After a tour of the WWII bunkers, this is when the real adventure and fun begins! We head inland and hit the 4WD tracks of the Bribie Island National Park. The scenery changes from the rugged Australian bush to open forests, swampy wetlands and dirt roads, all in the blink of an eye. These areas of the island are only accessible in high clearance and low range 4WDs.
With a stop for lunch and the opportunity to see local kangaroos, goannas and other wildlife at Poverty Creek, enjoy the serenity and the stunning views of The Glass House Mountains. After a picnic lunch and group photo in front of the Pumicestone Passage, we continue along the 4WD track to White Patch.