“Want to explore Bribie Island and the Pumicestone Passage? An accessible pathway extends along the foreshore from Renton Lane to the Bribie Island Bridge, stopping at Bongaree Jetty.
Grab some fish and chips for lunch, and meet up with friends in one of the many shaded parks with plenty of seating and waterfront views.
Start at Renton Lane, located at the southern end of South Esplanade, Bongaree. There is a small carpark alongside the water, which marks the start of the wheelchair-friendly pathway.”
Accessibility InformationMobility Information:
Autism/Sensory accessibility information:
- Accessible parking at most locations
- Accessible toilets at most locations
- Picnic shelters
- Tables and chairs
- Spacious, grassy lawns with water views
- Water fountain
- Rubbish bins
Bongaree Foreshore Sensory Considerations
- Concrete pathway
- Sand and shallow water along the foreshore
- Grassed picnic areas
- Trees, plants, chip bark garden beds
- Water views of Pumicestone Passage
- Boats, jet skis and other water sports
- Waterbirds and shorebirds, and small native animals
- Pumicestone Passage is a protected marine park that provides habitat for dugongs, turtles and dolphins, which you may be lucky enough to spot
- Sounds of the ocean – moving water and gentle lapping against the shore
- Bird calls, including shorebirds and waterbirds
- Some road noise along the foreshore pathway, as it runs parallel to the main roads
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