Things To Do
Just 25km off Brisbane’s shore is the third largest sand island in the world. Crystal-clear lakes and lagoons exist among tall sand dunes, abundant wildflowers and pristine beaches. Hand feed wild dolphins, and dive or snorkel among mysterious wrecks and pristine waters, or watch silhouettes of fishermen casting their lines in lingering twilight. The adventurous can try quad biking, four-wheel-driving or sand tobogganing. Chances are you'll want to extend your stay at the resort or pitch a tent for the night.
Nestled among the giant melaleuca trees with pristine beaches just metres from your door, Glamping at Castaways offers the best of camping minus the sandy bed.
Go whale watching on Brisbane's coastline from June to November and marvel at the humpback whales playing and breaching in the protected waters of Moreton Bay Marine Park.
Cape Moreton, a rocky headland at the north-eastern tip of Moreton Island, provides some of the best fishing spots on the island.
Tangalooma Dolphin Feeding is the star attraction and is undoubtedly a unique experience of hand feeding a pod of wild bottlenose dolphins.
Plenty of fun is to be had catching fish over five days at Moreton Island!
On the eastern side of the island, Blue Lagoon Campground offers beach-style camping for those who like to keep things simple.
Moreton Bay is home to approximately 600 bottlenose dolphins and each evening Tangalooma Island Resort offers dolphin feeding sessions.
Enjoy views of the marina and across the bay to Moreton Island while enjoying quality food and drink.
Operating on the beachfront of Tangalooma Island Resort, Tangatours is an exciting adventure and tourism operator which provides both land and water based activities to the resort and day guests.
The Gutter Bar is renowned for its fresh oysters and seafood supplied by the local trawlers.
Jump on board a Moreton Bay Escape and enjoy small group tours to the beautiful Moreton Island.