Water activity

Moreton Island Day-Trip to Scuba Dive and More

4.2 / 5

25 reviews

Activity provider: Adventure Moreton Island
Water activity

Moreton Island Day-Trip to Scuba Dive and More

Activity provider: Adventure Moreton Island
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From US$ 179.81 per person

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Scuba dive Moreton Island and its famous Tangalooma Wrecks- a diver's dream. Beginners and certified divers are both welcome on this full-day trip!

About this activity

Free cancellation
Cancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund
Covid-19 precautions
Special health and safety measures are in place. Check your activity voucher once you book for full details.
Duration 9 hours
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Live tour guide
Small group
Limited to 10 participants


  • Visit Moreton Island for an entire day and immerse yourself in a great variety of activities
  • Choose whether you want an introductory or certified dive
  • See wobbegongs, tervally, kingfish, dugongs, sea turtles yellowtail, dolphins, tuna and an abundance of colorful and amazing tropical fish
  • Explore the world's 3rd largest sand island, Moreton Island is made for adventure
  • Enjoy a lovely 75-minute boat ride off the coast of Brisbane
Full description
An island adventure awaits you in beautiful Australia! This full-day tour departs less than 20 minutes from the Brisbane CBD and takes you to majestic Moreton Island. Depart from Brisbane's Holt Street Wharf and travel across Moreton Bay on your luxury catamaran transfer. This takes roughly 75 minutes. Whether you're an experienced diver or not, you can scuba dive in Moreton Island! Choose introductory for beginner divers and certified for licensed divers and check out the Tangalooma Wrecks up close! There is an abundance of marine life that lives within the delicate ecosystem of the Tangalooma Wrecks. this is really the best way to experience it up close. Whilst you are on the island, enjoy access to various bonus activities including beach sports, tennis, snorkeling, full use of 1 and 2 person kayaks as well as use of the resort facilities including pools, showers and toilets. There are cafes, bars and restaurants on the island to enjoy at your own cost. You will then depart Moreton Island at 4:00 PM to return back to your original departure point in Brisbane.
  • Round-trip ferry transfers
  • Introductory or certified dive
  • 1-hour stand-up paddle board hire
  • 1-hour snorkel equipment hire
  • 1-hour kayak hire
  • Land activities such as tennis, volleyball, croquet (quad bikes NOT included)
  • Resort facilities
  • Food and drinks
  • Road transfers
Not suitable for
  • Children under 12 years
  • Pregnant women

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Meeting point

Arrive at 6:30am to collect your boarding pass at the Tangalooma Wharf, 220 Holt Street, Pinkenba.

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Important information

What to bring

  • Swimwear

Not allowed

  • Alcohol and drugs
  • Unaccompanied minors

Know before you go

  • Certified divers must bring their Diving Certification Card
  • No rescheduling, cancellation and refund within 48 hours
  • Any changes outside of this time will incur a $20 rescheduling fee
  • All tours and activities are subject to weather
  • Tours may be changed or cancelled activities in the event of unsafe conditions
  • Food and drinks are available at various outlets on the island (at your own cost)
  • Any guests under 18 must be accompanied by an adult
  • Please disclose any pre-existing injuries or medical conditions to the local partner in advance of the activity
  • Those who are pregnant require a medical certificate to participate
Customer reviews

Overall rating

4.2 /5

based on 25 reviews

Review summary

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We did our first scuba dive!! It was a well guided dive, first instructions in the pool, then a short dive in the sea by the ship wrecks. We felt safe at all times. The time was very short for kayak, SUP and snorkeling. Having eating lunch after the diving we only had 1.5h left for other activities… :( anyways, I would fully recommend this trip, worth the money !!

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March 30, 2023

Really nice day, very early start but sadly with doing the scuba dive we didn't have time for much else, we did the sup for an hour first but by the time we finished our scuba dive we had to get back to the ferry, I still recommend it, but if I did it again I'd try and stay there for a night at least to have time to do more stuff! Also take Snacks as the cafe shut at 3 so we couldn't get lunch after our scuba dive! Really fun diving at the wrecks, there was a lot of stuff to see, we saw more than the other dives on the east coast!

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March 30, 2023

Alex, der Tauchlehrer war super! Trotz rauem Meer und starker Strömung hat er uns das Tauchen sehr gut und geduldig nahe gebracht. Zwar war die Sicht sehr eingeschränkt und ich habe an anderen Spots schon deutlich schönere Unterwasserwelten gesehen, für die Natur kann aber weder der Veranstalter noch der Tauchlehrer was. Einziges Manko: für den Preis hätte man einen Transport, wie er bei solchen Touren üblich ist, erwarten können. Wir wohnten sehr zentral in Brisbane und haben zur Fähre und zurück über 50 Dollar Uber Taxi zahlen müssen. Der Treffpunkt war schon sehr früh morgens und öffentliche Verkehrsmittel um die Zeit teils nicht vorhanden bzw unzumutbar (über 1 Stunde Fahrt, mit Auto 20 min.). Auch die Organisation dort etwas unübersichtlich. Im Preis inbegriffen waren auch SUP, Räder etc. Ein kurzer Hinweis, wo man wie was mieten kann wäre hilfreich. So strandet man auf der Insel und hat keine Ahnung, wie was abläuft.

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March 30, 2023

Product ID: 109528