WED Fest - Old places, new action – a trip in time on Bribie Island and Pumicestone Passage to preserve ancient culture and species

The magnificent Ramsar-listed Pumicestone Passage and Bribie Island are always glorious in winter, and this trip will be even more spectacular as seen through the perspective of First Nations cultural landscape management along with the positive stories of collaborative marine and foreshore restoration.

You can join the bus from Nambour or meet at Bribie Island to visit the Woorim Foreshore Rehabilitation project with BIEPA, Barung Landcare, Moreton Bay Regional Council and Healthy Land and Water, then travel to board The Ferryman for a memorable boat trip with Traditional Owners, archaeologist, fire ecologist, botanist and shorebird experts up the Passage to discuss the Pumicestone Shellfish Habitat Restoration, midden mapping, shorebirds and cultural landscape management.

At a very modest $25 each with lunch on board the boat, you can’t miss this opportunity!


  • 8:00 - Bus trip leaving Nambour
  • 9:30 - 10:30 - NLP project: Woorim Foreshore Rehabilitation Project walk
  • 10:30 - Morning Tea
  • 11:30 - 1:30 - The Ferryman boat trip with lunch provided NLP projects: shellfish reef restoration, cultural fire and landscape management, shorebirds
  • 14:00 - Travel back via Ningi Transfer Station OzFish shell recycling station
  • 15:00 - Bus arrives in Nambour

Upon booking, please indicate if you would like to book the bus (price included in ticket). 

This project is supported by Healthy Land and Water through funding from the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program.



June 17, 2021 at 8:00am - 3pm
Bribie Island
Natalie Frost