natural beauty | vibrant community
Gabriola Island Tourism would like to ensure that every visitor has the information they need to make informed travel decisions. Please see the Destination British Columbia COVID-19 Update for official resources to aid in that process.
As our services and businesses navigate their re-opening, we urge visitors to abide by directions set by the BC Health Authorities. We want our local businesses to do well while remaining safe. Our businesses need your support. We kindly ask visitors to follow all the recommended guidelines to ensure everyone’s safety – containing the spread of the COVID-19 virus continues to be the top priority for our community.
Situations are subject to change so please call ahead before visiting any business and have flexibility in your planning.
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Choose Your Gabriola Adventure
People get lost here only to find their way home
I live in Paradise!
Yesterday morning I woke to the sound of very loud blows coming from Olebar point. I threw a coat and jeans, grabbed my binos and camera and ran to the water. Before me in the glowing morning light a humpback whale was peacefully swimming, surfacing and diving.
The growing crowd of onlookers also witnessed California sea lions barking and feasting on salmon, as nonchalant harbour porpoise swam by. Later on, a kayaker was surrounded by pacific white sided dolphins frolicking, flipping, travelling at high speeds and I thought if we saw Orcas it would be the marine mammal viewing day of all times.
I decided to go out in my kayak. Hang on to your paddle!!!!
Gabriola, Mudge and DeCourcy Islands recognize with gratitude that we are living, working and growing on the traditional and unceded territory of the Snuneymuxw First Nation.
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#6 – 480 North Road,
Gabriola BC V0R 1X0
Visitor Centre Hours
10:00am – 6:00pm,
7 days a week
Thur & Fri | 10:00am – 12:00pm,
Sat | 10:00am – 2:00pm