Tel: 07 5497 5533
Bribie Island Boat Charters
Bribie Island – BBQ Boat Hire – Fishing Boat Hire

Tel: 07 5497 5533

B&RHi, we are Brendon and Robyn. We have owned and operated Bribie Island Boat Charters since 2006, and LOVE it!

Bribie Island, just 45 minutes north of Brisbane Airport, lies along the coast, creating the sheltered waterway of Pumicestone Passage. Pumicestone Passage is home to dolphins, dugongs and sea turtles, and is part of Moreton Bay Marine Park.

Bribie Island Boat Charters has been operating here since 1984, hiring out BBQ boats and fishing boats from Spinnaker Sound Marina, just before the Bribie Island Bridge.

Bribie Island Boat Charters was the first BBQ boat hire established at Bribie Island and has a long and happy history of providing great times and good memories for locals and visitors alike. We hire self-drive BBQ boats and fishing boats for un-licenced boaters, giving you and your family and friends a fabulous chance to experience all of the best the Pumicestone Passage has to offer.

Together with our friendly crew, we really enjoy making sure that everyone who comes here has a fantastic day out on one of our BBQ boats or fishing boats. We have learnt a lot about the Pumicestone Passage, its wildlife and fishing and share whatever we know with our customers.

There is great fishing at Bribie Island – flathead, bream, mackerel, tailor and snapper being just a few of the most sought after fish. Mud crabs and blue-swimmers also abound – you’ll always see the tell-tale crab floats out on the Passage. If you need fishing tips or want to know where the fish are biting, just ask and we can give you up-to-date advice.

Pumicestone Passage offers safe family swimming and water-sports, with the water warm for most of the year. There is also plenty of opportunity for bush-walking on tracks that lead from the shore line across Bribie Island.

If you need any information, feel free to call Brendon or Robyn. Your BBQ boat or fishing boat is ready and waiting for a great adventure on the Pumicestone Passage at Bribie Island!


A lovely afternoon for a tow. Poor Sue and crew came to grief over the top of the Avon, but still had a good time waiting it out for us to turn up and bring them home. Lots of action on the Pumicestone Passage, with a fire-fighting plane scooping up water for the Ningi fire all day. ... See MoreSee Less

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There are still snapper out there - Barry was out on the Passage today with Fishability- a competition run over the year, for people who have limited access to leisure and social connection. His snapper was catch of the day- 35 cm, caught near Pacific Harbour using mullet. ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago  ·  

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