Moreton Island
Enter your dates to find available activities
Top pick

Moreton Island: Tours & Tickets

See all tours & things to do in Moreton Island
See all 53 tickets & tours

What people are saying about Moreton Island

Enjoyed it equally - the beauty of nature and sense of humor of team!

Amazing trip with best crew one could imagine. Even the dolphins and turtles liked the team and were cooperating well!

Moreton Island Dolphin and Snorkel Cruise Adventure Reviewed by a GetYourGuide customer, 04/15/2019

Excelent services and plenty of fun!! Highly recomendable.

We have such and incredible and amazing time with them, excelent service and ther care about us in every moment.

Seriously an incredible day! Premium service, amazing sights, full on!

Moreton Island was magical! Beautiful weather, gorgeous beaches, amazing marine life, awesome 4WD trails AND Giant sand dunes for sand boarding. I LOVED the whole day, the 5:30am wake up was well worth it, I had a ball 4WD and despite how hard I tried not to scream during sand boarding I ate a healthy amount of sand. Also got to live out my mermaid dreams swimming through schools of fish and I fed fish bread, it was terrifying Massive thanks to the tour company sunsetsafaris and to all our tour guides 'Bones' (I think) and 'tash the mermaid' and her bro Chris for a flipping AWESOME time! THANK YOU SOOO MUCH!

Exceptional, polite, helpful staff, and fantastic, great value cruise

The staff were so helpful. They went over and above to make the day fantastic. The lunch was great and lots of it. The snorkelling experience, especially for first timers was amazing and safety was very high. We got to see Doogongs, all verities of coral fish and we were very lucky to actually swim with a sea turtle (surreal experience). Overall a fantastic experience that we will definitely recommend to friends about this cruise and will go again in the near future

Does not clearly specify what time you need to leave for the ferry

We went to Moreton Island the week before through tangalooma islands website which stated that a day pass was 7am-7pm. We then went on Saturday through get your guide and on the ticket it only stated that we had to be at the jetty for 7am, so we pressumed that the ferry left at 7pm as it did the week before because we bought another day pass. On your ticket you will not have the time stated for when you need to leave which is 4pm. At around 5pm we saw the ferry so I went over and asked whether it was still coming at 7pm, the gentlemen’s reply was ‘yes, but your name is booked on to the 4pm’! So we had missed the ferry. We then had to pay an extra 40 dollars to get the later one. I believe that all times needed to be stated on your ticket, just like tangalooma islands did the week before. The trip it’s self was amazing and I would highly recommend, the whale watching is amazing.

Things to do near Moreton Island