What's On

SAVOURER LA FRANCE

A FRENCH DINING AFFAIR

Take The Leap on 29th February

Indulge in the exquisite flavours of French cuisine paired perfectly with the finest wines

LIVE MUSIC by the 

ISLAND STRINGS EMSEMBLE

This is a pre-paid event

CLICK HERE TO BOOK ONLINE

OR

CALL THE OFFICE 3408 1457

ST. PATRICK'S DAY

Saturday 16th March from 5:30pm

Join us at the Club for some

St. Patrick's Day fun.

Call the Office on 3408 1457 for bookings.

ELVIS
ALOHA FROM HAWAII SHOW

Saturday, 20th April

"Rock a Hula, Rock, Rock a Hula"

What could be more fun than a night listening to Elvis at a Hawaiian Themed show.

There will still be plenty of classic Elvis to get up and dance to.

This show is the full Elvis event.

Bookings open now.

CLICK HERE FOR THE ELVIS MENU

CLICK HERE TO BOOK ONLINE

Weekly Specials

WEDNESDAY 

In addition to our a la carte menu we offer a selection of main meals for just $15

THURSDAY

This has to be the best value on the island. 250gm Rump Steak topped with succulent Garlic Prawns for only $23

FRIDAY

Friday night is FUN night at the Club. From 5:30pm, Raffles, Trivia, Members Draw. Come and spin The Wheel.

Everyone Welcome

Restaurant open from 5:00pm

Golf

SOCIAL GOLF

Enjoy a social round of golf any day of the week.

18 Holes $56 

Motorised Cart $44

9 Holes $32 

Motorised Cart $34

Bookings essential.

Call the Golf Shop,

07 3408 1457 ext 1 or click below to

BOOK ONLINE

STAY N PLAY

We offer you 2 great options to stay and play here in Woorim. Click below to be directed to their website for booking and details.

*FAIRWAYS GOLF & BEACH RESORT

*ON THE BEACH RESORT

JUNIOR GOLF

A GREAT GAME FOR CHILDREN OF ALL AGES.

Bribie Island Golf Club offers wonderful golfing opportunities for youngsters to learn and develop in a sport that emphasises sportsmanship, honesty, and self-development.

It All began In 1969

The Early Years 

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.