Cameras capture Bribie's beauty

Published 10:00am 30 October 2022

Cameras capture Bribie's beauty
Words by Ashleigh Howarth

Moreton Bay will once again be in the spotlight for this week’s episode of My Way, with the cameras set to show off parts of Bribie Island.

Featuring in this week’s episode, which will air this afternoon at 5.30pm on Channel 9 and 9 NOW, will be Judy Moore and Chalon Lee.

Judy and Chalon will be taking viewers along for their jam-packed adventure, which includes everything from fishing to hiking, flying drones and four-wheel driving.

These two thrill seekers, who believe that life is better spent off the beaten track, are retired humanitarian workers who met during the civil war in Rwanda.

After forming an unwavering connection, they have travelled the world spending each day as if it were their last.

With a front-row seat to all the action, viewers can take an inspirational leaf out of their adventure book.

This week’s episode will also included footage from Raby Bay, Currumbin Valley and the Gold Coast.

Cameras capture Bribie's beauty

About the show

Season 5 of My Way premiered on Channel 9 and 9Now on October 9.

The lifestyle show focuses on inspirational operators who talk about their passions in life and who proudly say they are doing things “my way”.

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