Bribie Island is about an hour's drive north of where I live. I rarely go there, but had a delightful few hours there yesterday (Sunday). First of all, lunch at Blue Anchorage, overlooking the water. Seafood pasta
Then a trip to Buckley's Hole Conservation Park. In this small area (87.7 hectares) 270 different bird species have been noted. On the way to the bird hide we saw a bat - sooo cute!
A little bird was nesting in the bird hide...
and a bigger bird was swanning around in the water
From Banksia Beach you can see dugongs. None there yesterday, but spectacular views across to the Glasshouse Mountains