Caboolture-Bribie Island Road, known locally as Bribie Island Road, is a 19km state-controlled corridor that passes through rural and residential communities. It has traffic volumes of between 24,400 and 48,000 vehicles a day.

It links the communities of Ningi, Sandstone Point and Bribie Island with Caboolture, the Bruce Highway and the North Coast Rail Line. These coastal communities have a combined population of more than 26,000 residents.

TMR is planning a number of upgrades to this corridor to improve safety, ease congestion and optimise traffic flow. This includes the duplication of the entire road from two lanes to four and a proposal for a new, four-lane Bribie Island Bridge.

The Caboolture-Bribie Island Road also changes form frequently between sections which are already 4-lane, dual carriageway and sections that are 2-lane single carriageway.

In addition, speed limits currently change frequently along the length of Bribie Island Road, with 9 different speed limits occurring within the 19km length. Inconsistent road type and numerous speed limits along the corridor contribute to road safety issues.

Project map

Caboolture-Bribie Island Road map

This map shows the planning for Caboolture-Bribie Island Road.

Have your say

TMR invited feedback from residents and business owners who use Caboolture-Bribie Island Road regularly. TMR will consider all community feedback as part of the project design process.

Feedback for the interactive map closed on 29 November 2021. The survey and feedback wall will remain open for ongoing feedback to be provided.

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This project is jointly funded by the Australian and Queensland governments