Three more alleged bikies, accused of meeting in club colours at a pub, have been arrested in Brisbane.

Police in Brisbane have arrested three more alleged bikies for gathering in public.

Detectives on Friday arrested a 40-year-old woman and 54-year-old man at a Manly West home. A second man, 60, was arrested at Samford Valley.

The arrests, for a range of offences including being a participant in a criminal organisation and being present in a public place, follow a month-long investigation.

Police allege they met at a pub at Dayboro, north of Brisbane, on December 19 while wearing their Life and Death club colours.

Life and Death is named as a criminal gang under Queensland’s new anti-bikie laws, which make it an offence for gang members to gather in public.

Police allegedly found dangerous drugs, drug utensils, a protected snake and gang paraphernalia when they executed search warrants at the two properties.

The trio will face the Petrie Magistrates Court on Friday.