Bro’ bonding at Bribie Bribie Island residents Clive Redgate and Gary Low met when Clive and his wife Caroline moved to the resort last year and were immediately welcomed with GemLife hospitality. Clive and his wife Caroline moved to GemLife Bribie Island on a whim in 2019 and haven’t looked back since. “We drove past
Adventure and taking the road less travelled have been part of GemLife Bribie Island resident Chalon Lee’s life since growing up in the southern U.S. state of Georgia, where she developed a love of the great outdoors, learning to hunt, rappel and ride motorbikes. From briefly considering a career as a stuntwoman to a 1000-kilometre
Bobbing unobtrusively on the surface of GemLife Bribie Island’s Dux Lake is a flotilla of man-made rafts that house hundreds of native wetland plants. Seamlessly blending in with their natural surroundings, these deceptively humble plants – collectively called a biological floating water treatment system (FWTS) – are working around-the-clock to clean the lake’s water. GemLife
I hope everyone had a lovely Easter and I would like to wish all the mothers a very happy Mother’s Day. I hope your families are staying safe and keeping in touch during these difficult times. The optimism and social spirit is alive and well here at Bribie Island with residents finding creative ways to
On ANZAC Day, we come together as a community to honour the sacrifice of our fallen and pay respects to all the service men and women who have protected our country to this very day. We pledge our thanks to you and your ongoing commitment to the safety of this great nation. We take a
Bribie Island is famous not just for its beaches, but also for the creatures you can see there. In addition to dugongs and turtles (and loads of fish), dolphins are a favourite species that are regularly sighted. But do you know the best place to catch a glimpse of these marine mammals?
Bribie Island is a well-known lifestyle location – and for good reason. Beautiful beaches and pristine waters within easy distance of amenities and major cities can be hard to find, after all. But while many people head to Bribie Island to enjoy the beach, have you ever considered enjoying a day on the water itself?
Australia Day has long been a favourite public holiday. A day off at the height of summer, it’s a holiday when you can easily enjoy the sun, sand and surf. But unlike Christmas, it’s not a holiday likely to bring the stress of wrangling and coordinating your entire family. Win-win.
You probably don’t need science to tell you that living by the sea can be good for the soul. Waking up to white sandy beaches and stunning views, enjoying breathtaking sunsets and cool evening breezes – there’s a reason this is the stuff dreams are made of! But what you might now know is that
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