Bribie Golf has a complete range of memberships for all levels of players and social members. Please click on the link below to view our membership categories and fees, or give our Office a call to discuss which type of membership is best for you.
When you become a member of our club you can enjoy reciprocal rights, 50% off Green Fees at these following clubs.
Gold Coast QLD
Blue Mountains NSW
South Melbourne VIC
South of Adelaide SA
North of Auckland N
The Bribie Island Golf Club offers you an 18 hole championship layout, with undulating fairways, 328 grass greens and a true sand-belt style golfing experience. It is an easy walking course with plenty of challenges offered by the natural sand bunkers and sandy lies off the fairways. We pride ourselves on providing a great playing surface year round as well as the great southern Queensland tropical climate.
Course statistics: Blue Course: 6,202 metres | Par 72 |slope rating 130. White course: 5,959 metres | Par 72 | slope rating 123. Red course (women) 5,541 metres | Par 74 | slope rating 127.
VERNAZZA ristorante @ THE BRIBIE ISLAND GOLF CLUB was born from a need to provide Bribieresidents and visitors with a great place to eat, serving fresh, high quality and affordable meals.
Our Head Chef Brian Stott, through years of working and managing restaurants has set the standard high.He and his team take pride at all levels - the flavours, the feelings, the service, the family-style restaurant - so that you can get a taste of Bribie at it best.
Treat yourself to our current menus or associated chef’sspecials.
A TASTE OF BRIBIE...
We have Seniors Meals, daily andweekly specials. Click graphic below to enlarge.
Here at the Bribie Island Golf Club, we would be more than happy to host your beautiful wedding day from ceremony to reception.Wedding receptions hosted at our Golf Club have gained a wonderful reputation around the South East Queensland area.
We offer several different options and areas within our facility to tailor your wedding to your desire. Click on our wedding information package for some ideas of what we offer and some sample menus or let our team of chefs design a menu for you.
Talk with our Event Coordinator today. ph 3408 1457
Situated midway between Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast and an easy 50 minute drive from Brisbane Airport, Bribie Island Golf Club offers one of the most affordable and versatile Functions and Conference venues.
Five minute walk from the surf beach and situated right on the golf course, the venue is ideal for delegates to work in a relaxed atmosphere and still be close to all facilities.
Our conference room can cater for up to 100 delegates with a variety of room settings available. Our Functions Room is bright and airy and lends itself to both large and small groups.
Our experienced conference team can help you put a successful meeting together. We can arrange everything from meals through to accommodation. All conference equipment supplied.
Contact us on 07 3408 1457 and we will work with you to ensure the success for your conference or function.
One Saturday in 1969, during the drive home from Caboolture Golf Club after a regular round of golf, Don Mullen, a leading figure in the Bribie Island community at the time, and Bribie’s Police Sergeant, Jim Jeppesen asked each other why Bribie did not have a golf club of its own – and promptly decided to start one.
In 1969, the number of dwellings on the island was 3,922 which was a significant rise from the early days without the bridge (which opened in 1963).The establishment of a golf club would take considerable funds and assistance from the local community, so Don and Jim set about approaching a number of influential people.Shire Chairman Frank Unwin and two councillors, Otto Fluck and Edwin Schrag, along with Lands Minister, Vic Sullivan and regular island visitor David Nicholson, Speaker of the Queensland Parliament, offered support.Don investigated several possible sites for the golf course and prepared a submission for a piece of land which was set aside as water and recreation reserve at Skirmish Point.
The founding fathers of the Bribie Island Golf Club wanted an expert’s opinion on the land that they sought to build the course on and approached Arch McArthur, professional golfer and greenkeeper.Arch had already designed courses in Queensland and was highly respected in Queensland Golf.After looking at the proposed site, Arch said that it reminded him of his native St Andrews and it was one of the finest sites for a golf links that he had seen in Australia.This was a sentiment that he expressed at the meeting of Bribie residents on Sunday, 15th June 1969, a meeting called to discuss the formation of a golf club and the election of a committee.