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  4. Moreton Island

Moreton Island Day Trip with Snorkel Tour and Dolphin View

Product ID: 200083
Experience a day of adventure and discovery on Moreton Island. Enjoy Tangalooma Resort, lunch, eco ranger experiences, and view the wild dolphin feeding program. Experience one of Australia's best snorkelling locations set among dramatic shipwrecks.
About this activity
Duration: 1 day
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  • Cruise to Moreton Island by boat
  • Go on a snorkelling tour to the Tangalooma Wrecks
  • View the dolphin feeding program at sunset
Full description
When you check in at the wharf, the staff will advise all tour times of the day to guests. You will then travel from Brisbane to Moreton Island on a scenic boat ride. Enjoy a complimentary beverage either on the boat ride to Moreton, or on the return journey.

After 75 relaxing minutes, arrive to Moreton Island. Included in your day trip is a snorkelling tour. The snorkelling experience takes you to one of Australia's best snorkelling locations, The Wrecks, which is home to a large variety of reef fish, coral formations and marine life.

Throughout the day, you will also have a full access to the resort facilities including pools, restaurants and bars. At sunset, head to the jetty to see the family of wild dolphins as they grace the shores of Tangalooma Island Resort for their nightly feed.

Then, head back to the wharf to depart for Brisbane at approximately 7:00pm. After the 75 minute return journey, you will arrive back in Brisbane at approximately 8:15pm.
  • Return boat transfers from Brisbane
  • Day pass access to Tangalooma Island Resort with full use of resort facilities including pools, restaurants and bars
  • 1 standard beverage on the boat transfer (soft drink, tea, coffee or water)
  • Lunch voucher of $20 per adult or $15 per child
  • Snorkelling Tour
  • Eco Ranger experiences
  • Discover the World of Dolphins’ presentation at the Eco Centre
  • Access to the dolphin viewing jetty for the dolphin viewing experience
What’s Not Included
  • Additional snacks, drinks and beverages
Not suitable for
  • Children under 6 years

Prepare for the activity

Meeting point

Tangalooma Wharf located at 220 Holt Street, Pinkenba QLD 4008 (Brisbane Wharf).

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Important information
What to bring
  • Sun hat
  • Towel
Know before you go
• Please note that dolphin viewing is dependent on dolphin attendance, tides, and weather conditions and dolphins are wild so their arrival is not guaranteed and there is a 98% chance of viewing dolphins
• You must advise when booking if you suffer from any injury, disability, disease, or illness which may be aggravated by participation or if you are pregnant, have epilepsy, or have a cardiovascular condition
• There is a minimum age of 6 years old
• The tour return time varies throughout the year according to sunset and typically departs Moreton Island at 7:00 PM in winter, 7:30 PM in autumn and spring, and 8:00 PM in summer to arrive in Brisbane approximately 75 minutes later
Customer reviews

Overall rating

3.7 / 5

based on 6 reviews

Review summary

  • Service
    4.7 / 5
  • Organization
    4.7 / 5
  • Value for money
    3.4 / 5
  • Safety
    4.7 / 5
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We had to be at the wharf at 6am, 40 minutes boat ride, great enough seating for everybody. On the island we go to the check in point for our “day snorkeling trip”, got given all the gear and safety briefing. everything felt like took way longer than it should have but I guess we picked a very busy time of the year so can’t complain. About half hour of boat ride (which doesn’t have bottle water so bring your own) We are divided In small snorkeling groups of 8 people and guide which is really safe. Unfortunately the snorkeling tour was Only about 30 minutes long. We were both very disappointed to know that it wasn’t 1.5 hours as it was advertised (I guess they count the boat ride). back to the island now we don’t have anything to do between 11 am and 7pm. it should be specified on how much free time you have. free use of the pools is good, nice cafes and bars. Dolphin viewing is from the deck, I think free for everyone, if you’re thinking of paying more to get that, don’t.

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January 2, 2020

To check if there is no cruise ship before booking, because hundreds and hundreds of people on a small part of the island, and excursions that are not on time ...

November 14, 2019

Hiring for a day is cheaper and more worthful than the tour.

March 18, 2019

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