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Bribie Island Classic Boat Regatta

Bribie Island and Sandstone Point
May 25th at 12:00pm
Free Entry

Every year for over 20 years boat enthusiasts from across the country set sail to Bribie Island for the annual Bribie Island Classic Boat Regatta.

Now in it's 25th year, the three day event on May 24-26 will celebrate a rich and bountiful maritime history and provides an opportunity for the public to have a close look at the classic wooden boats that will be on display.

The event, hosted by the Bribie Aquatic Community Events Inc (BACE), will also feature plenty of family-friendly fun including a grand parade, boat races, live music, entertainment and more.

On Saturday, May 25, the public will have the opportunity to see the boats depart from the Spinnaker Sound Marina at Sandstone Point where they will depart for a leisurely voyage out into the Pumicestone Passage up to Toorbul and Donnybrook.

The highlight of the weekend will be the grand parade on Sunday morning, led by Volunteer Marine Rescue Bribie.

There will also be a series of short boat races, a motorboat trial, rowing and paddling races and Dragon boat racing.

On land there will be nautical pop-up stalls, food stalls, a coffee van, sausage sizzle, live music, markets, face painting and more.

Saturday 25th May Activities

12pm Community Activities

  • Ocean Crusaders
  • Wrights Boat Builders
  • Ian Eastgate Boat Builder
  • Bribie Island Environmental Protection Association
  • Jaz 'n' Gaz Coffee
  • Model Boats
  • Leigh Thirlwell Live music


  • See the boats up close
  • Sausage Sizzle + Big Lik Ice Cream

Static Display

  • Classic Boats, cars, and model boats
  • Big Raffle

Sunday 26th May Activities

9am Grand Parade - From Pacific Harbour to Sylvan Beach

  • Information Stands
  • Sausage sizzle + food trucks
  • Static Display - classic boats, cars and model boats
  • Big Raffle
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