Bribie Island Golf Club is located on the smallest of three large sand banks located close to Moreton Bay. Although much of the island is uninhabited, the course lies across natural sand dunes to the south of a designated national park.
The 18-hole course was designed in 1969 by Arch McArthur, a well-known figure in Queensland golf, measuring around 6,000 metres from the tips. Fairways are laid out as two returning nines, with most of the holes orientated in a west-east direction from the clubhouse, which is positioned less than 500 metres from the beach.
Highlight holes include the two toughest par fours on the scorecard; the 407-metre right doglegging 2nd and the 424-metre 10th, which veers slightly left to the green. Water comes into play only once, in the southwest corner of the property at the par three 16th, where an irrigation pond fronts the green on this hole.