Queensland bikies are looking to establish chapters as far away as Perth to escape the Sunshine State's crackdown on criminal motorcycle gangs.
Queensland's bikie taskforce is investigating reports some Bandidos are setting up a chapter in the Western Australian capital.
"Look there is intelligence in relation to that activity and that is where it is at the moment, it is intelligence," Taskforce Maxima's Commander Superintendent Mick Niland told ABC's 7.30 Report.
Queensland bikies may also be looking to relocate to other parts of Australia.
It's been reported three other clubs on the Gold Coast - the Finks, Rebels and Nomads - have closed their clubs and are moving interstate to escape the crackdown.
"Intelligence says that they are unhappy in Queensland and it's a watching brief to see what occurs," Supt Niland said."But we're working very closely with New South Wales jurisdiction. We're also working closely with federal authorities."