Bribie Island and Aquatic Events
Each May for 22 years, the beautiful island of Bribie celebrates a rich and bountiful maritime history within the backdrop of a post-card perfect coastline by bringing the Bribie Classic Boat Regatta to the Pumicestone Passage of Queensland’s Moreton Bay.
BACE (Bribie Aquatic Community Events Inc.) formed in February 2021. This a volunteer led organisation hosts of the Bribie Classic Boat Regatta. BACE formalised a community desire to host events with an aquatic theme in the area and to showcase Bribie Island to surrounding communities. BACE also serves to contribute to the fostering of healthy communities and social well-being by promoting economical, social and environmentally sustainable events along the waters of Bribie Island.
Bribie Island Classic Boat Regatta
By staging distinctly aquatic events, such as the Bribie Classic Boat Regatta, BACE not only showcases the beauty and skill of classic boating (built between 1943-1975) but spotlights tourism in our region. The pristine beauty of the blue velvet waters of the Pumicestone Passage of Queensland’s Moreton Bay region is our beautiful natural stage, ready and set for your enjoyment and healthy recreation. Located about an hour north of Brisbane, the ‘Passage’ is a perfect runway for these classic maritime models. The Bribie Classic Boat Regatta is the local way to express a laid-back Queensland lifestyle and tells a story about the rich maritime environment and heritage that we are proud to share.
Registrations Now Closed!
With more than 80 registrations to the Bribie Classic Boat regatta in 2022, a significant increase on last year, we look forward to welcoming our ‘Boatie’ buddies from far and wide. With registrants from our home state of Queensland, from our southerly neighbours in New South Wales and Victoria, and Tasmania, and further west to WA and our northerly neighbours, we bid you welcome to the beautiful island of Bribie.