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.
Wondering what there is to do on Moreton? Discover the magic of Brisbane's closest island with these 35 activities.
From chasing starfish by day to stargazing by night, read about Visit Brisbane producer Daniela Sunde-Brown's two-day Australian Sunset Safaris adventure.
Witness the migration of Humpback Whales from June to October as they make their way through Moreton Bay with Tangalooma Whale Watching Cruises.
Moreton Bay is home to approximately 600 bottlenose dolphins and each evening as the sun begins to set across the water, a small pod makes their way to the shores of Tangalooma Island Resort. Experience this rare opportunity to hand-feed the dolphins all year round.
Feel the sand between your toes and the warm sun on your skin as you set foot onto pristine Moreton Island.
Escape the fake of the city at Castaways Moreton Island. Located in the township of Bulwer, Castaways holiday units have an on-site convenience store, liquor store and restaurant.
Picture yourself travelling in a four-wheel-drive bus along Fraser Island's beaches and rainforest tracks, swimming in a crystal-clear lake with a white sandy bottom.
The Gutter Bar is renowned for its fresh oysters and seafood supplied by the local trawlers.
Escape to the crystal-clear waters and white sandy beaches of Tangalooma Island Resort on Moreton Island, just over an hour from Brisbane by resort passenger ferry.