Holiday Scenes from Bribie
The following seven photos show people enjoying the sandy foreshore of Bribie Island more than eighty years ago!
Swimming, fishing, boating or just sitting on the beach watching the waves roll in were activities then and are activities now.
|Caption: Misses Dorothy and Helena Shirley with their dogs, Toby and Teddy,|
all ready for a game on the sands of the ocean beach at Bribie.
|Caption: Misses Jean Thurling and Joan Davidson cross the while sand-hills of|
Bribie beach as they make their way down to the surf.
|Caption: Hoisting the sails on the launch Mimosa as she returned|
to Scarborough from Bribie Island.
|Caption: Homeward bound. Mr R. Rankin and his dog Patch make their way|
up the wet beach at Bribie after a morning's fishing in the surf.
|Caption: Miss Nita Robertson was full of holiday fun as she gathered|
shells on the beach at Bribie.
|Caption: Bronzed holiday-makers use the pier as a diving tower.|
|Caption: Guiding back to Scarborough the launch that took |
them to a happy holiday picnic at Bribie Island.
Holiday scenes from Bribie [pictorial] The Telegraph, Sat 1 Jan 1938 page 26.