Getting Here & Getting Around
Float planes run daily from the south terminal of Vancouver International Airport.
Arriving by boat? We have two marinas and a public wharf to welcome you.
Share the road
There are no sidewalks or bicycle lanes on the island. Ride or walk single file. Be aware of narrow road sections, poor road conditions, uneven edges and wildlife. There’s lots of deer on this island!
E-bikes are welcome and a common sight on the island!
An electric car charging station is located in the Madrona Marketplace parking lot on North Road.
Cruise or sail to the southeast end of Gabriola where there are two marinas with docks, fuel and moorage in Silva Bay, and a public wharf with moorage in Degnen Bay.
Radio either marina on VHF 66A and they will assist you into a slip.
Use charts 3475 or 3443. Latitude 49.149965 and Longitude -123.695662.
Gabriola Museum Society
Community Organizations Tours, Workshops and Farm Visits
The mission of the Museum Society is: To promote, foster and develop the interests of the residents of Gabriola Island, its visitors and other institutions, in the island’s past, present and future cultural and natural history To tell the story of Gabriola island through special exhibits, displays, lectures, presentations and tours. This story includes the island’s geology, geography, flora, fauna, and marine environment, as well as the island’s history, emphasizing the way in which Coast Salish people, European explorers, post-contact pioneers and recent inhabitants have related to its natural setting and earlier history To acquire by any legal means, donations or purchases of land, artifacts or other items that will serve the Society’s interests and purposes.