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Woorim

About Woorim

Woorim is on the eastern, or ocean, side of Bribie Island, adjacent to the Pacific Ocean. Often referred to as the ‘surf side’, Woorim is surrounded by national parks and pristine beaches.

If you’re looking for a place to surf, fish or swim at a patrolled beach, welcome to Woorim Beach. This is the perfect place for families with its barbeque and picnic areas as well as a new playground and skate park nearby. As Woorim is a surf beach, the waters can get treacherous when the waves get bigger, just do your research before heading out.

Woorim has a small shopping centre serving the local residents.

The Bribie Island Caravan Park is a popular spot for the tourists exploring the island.

Things to see and do in Woorim

History of Woorim

Historically significant Bribie Island attractions include vestiges of WWII naval defence fortifications, the most vital being Heritage Listed Fort Bribie, the dilapidated installation which sits on the north-eastern sands of Ocean Beach, up from the shell of the Fort Skirmish bunker located on the northern part of Woorim Beach.

The naval site of Fort Bribie was built at the outbreak of WWII, becoming operational by early 1942 to provide defence support for the RAN against light raiding warships.


The Latest Woorim News


Local News   •   7-4-2021  •   Nick Crockford

Wildlife flies into tower plan

Unitywater has unveiled the winning artwork for Beachmere Water Tower, as chosen by the local community.…

Local News   •   11-2-2021  •   Kylie Knight

Volunteers save 100 hatchlings

A small group of volunteers rescued about 100 turtle hatchlings this week, in a three-hour mission to redirect them to the safety of Moreton Bay.…

Local News   •   25-12-2020  •   Nick Crockford

Watch tower back at beach

Bribie Island Surf Lifesaving Club’s new watch tower will be available for patrol teams at Woorim beach this Christmas weekend.…

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Family Friendly Moreton Bay Beaches

With the temperature heating up, beaches are the perfect escape for families to enjoy a fun filled family day out. Luckily we have some of the best beaches north Brisbane so you don't have to travel very far to enjoy a dip at the beach. …

Local News   •   6-11-2020  •   Nick Crockford

Moreton Bay makes the grade

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Pumicestone Candidates: QLD State Election 2020

Meet the Pumicestone candidates running in the QLD State Election 2020. …

Lifesavers getting new tower by Christmas

Bribie Island Surf Lifesaving Club’s watch tower is being replaced – thanks to the State Government and Moreton Bay Regional Council - after more than 30 years overlooking the beach at Woorim.…

Making region accessible to all

The Moreton Bay Region is a stunning place to explore and a new website aims to make this easier for all of us, particularly visitors and residents with disabilities.…

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Dining out on Bribie Island

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Volunteers save 100 hatchlings

A small group of volunteers rescued about 100 turtle hatchlings this week, in a three-hour mission to redirect them to the safety of Moreton Bay.…

Bribie Island National Park

The national park of Bribie Island is an oasis just waiting to be explored. This stunning protected state forest has so much to share, from 4WD inland tracks and off-road beachfront opportunities, to beautiful camping spots and fantastic fishing …

Woorim Ocean Beach | Bribie Island

Woorim Ocean Beach is the closest surf beach to Brisbane, known for its white sandy beaches, crystal clear waters and popular with families looking for a quieter surf beach. …

Lions Park | Woorim

Lion’s Park Woorim is a park for a day of adventure. Located just behind Woorim Beach and not far from the Woorim Caravan Park on Boyd Street, Bribie Island, Lion’s Park is the perfect spot for a picnic lunch after a day of sun, surf and swimming.…

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