TitleAerial view of the southern end of Bribie Island in the mid 1970sDescriptionThis mid 1970s aerial photograph shows the small towns of Bongaree (on Pumicestone Passage side of Bribie Island) and Woorim (on the ocean side of Bribie Island) growing with further housing developments. Both of these localities are connected by First Avenue. There is very little development in the middle of the island and shows a concentration development on the Pumicestone Passage side of the island. Note in the photograph the Bribie Island Bridge across Pumicestone Passage and no development at Toorbul Point (on the mainland) now known as Sandstone Point.DateMid 1970sPhotographerDepartment of Natural ResourcesCollectorCaboolture Shire CouncilRecord typeAerial photographFormat typePhysicalOriginal format colourBlack and whiteOriginal format dimensions32.9 cm (w) x 34.9 cm (h)
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