Moreton Island, Queensland's biggest sand island, is a dream destination for outdoor enthusiasts. It's a protected national park with untamed forests, sandy beaches and enormous sand dunes.
Explore the island's hidden wonders and beauty by 4WD on a small-group tour from Brisbane or the Gold Coast. Snorkel at the Tangalooma Wrecks, kayak around a coral reef, and go sandboarding on massive sand dunes.
Tangalooma Island Resort Day Tour
Whether you’re a nature enthusiast or a fun loving family, Tangalooma Island Resort has plenty to keep you entertained. From kayaking to snorkelling, fishing and more – there’s something for everyone!
Guests can enjoy the resort’s 2 pools. There’s a private pool for Deep Blue Apartments guests and you can also hire a variety of sporting equipment from the Resort Centre.
You can also meet Kookaburras on a daily basis at the Eco Rangers’ playground. Join the Rangers to learn more about this iconic Australian bird.
The highlight of any visit to Tangalooma is the opportunity to hand feed one of the wild bottlenose dolphins that visit each evening at sunset. They’re a friendly and playful bunch that love to play!
The only formal accommodation option on Moreton Island, Tangalooma is a popular tourist destination. Located halfway down the western side of the island, it’s also a great spot to stay for a day trip to explore Moreton Bay.
Tangalooma Island Resort Dolphin Cruise
Tangalooma Island Resort is a natures theme park where you can connect with the natural world. It has a range of accommodation styles from hotels to self-contained suites and villas.
One of the star attractions at Tangalooma is the opportunity to hand feed a pod of wild bottlenose dolphins. This is a unique guest activity that is included in selected accommodation and day cruise packages.
The dolphins are very playful creatures and love to play together as a family. They love to swim in the waters and are extremely curious about people.
There are plenty of tours to choose from at Tangalooma, including Brisbane's best whale watching day cruise, ATV quad bike tours and a Desert Safari Tour with sand tobogganing. There are also plenty of snorkelling opportunities.
If you're looking for something a little more adrenaline-packed, the Dolphin Adventure Tour at Tangalooma Island Resort is the perfect choice. This 40-minute tour includes a dolphin swim and an exciting belly ride, plus you'll have unlimited food and drinks throughout the tour.
Tangalooma Island Resort All-Inclusive Day Tour
Tangalooma Island Resort is a tropical paradise located just 75 minutes from Brisbane on Moreton Island. It's a world-class tropical destination where you can get stuck into all manner of adventures and natural encounters on a pristine untouched part of Moreton Island.
You can spend your day cruising around Moreton Bay, lazing by the pools and bars and enjoying all the resort's facilities and activities. The resort also offers a variety of tours including sand tobogganing, a wildlife-spotting cruise, snorkelling and an ATV quad bike tour.
The island's most popular activity is the dolphin feeding experience which takes place each evening around sunset. This is a fun and memorable experience, with the chance to hand feed a wild dolphin.
Tangalooma Island Resort 2-Day Adventure Tour
Moreton Island is a popular holiday destination with a wide range of activities to keep you entertained. It’s just an hour and a half from Brisbane by ferry.
There are plenty of things to do on Moreton Island including dolphin feeding at Tangalooma Island Resort and a cruise around the island. There are also a number of accommodation options available.
The ultimate way to experience Moreton Island is by taking part in the Tangalooma Island Resort 2-Day Adventure Tour. This package includes a guided snorkel tour through the Tangalooma shipwrecks, a buffet lunch and the chance to relax on a beautiful beach.
A highlight of the Tangalooma Island Resort is observing the wild dolphins that visit the jetty each night. This is free for guests staying at the resort or those who have booked an official dolphin feeding day trip.