Moreton Island Accommodation
Stay at beautiful Moreton Island
Moreton Island is relatively untouched as 95% of the sand island is National Park and development has been heavily restricted.
The island is a favourite with Brisbanites wishing to escape the bustle of the city to the pristine sandy beaches and clear blue waters as it’s just a 75 minute trip by boat from the mainland.
There’s so much to do on Moreton Island it may not be the relaxing getaway you had hoped – there’s swimming, snorkelling, sand tobogganing, bushwalking and general exploring of this beautiful island. It's also one of the only places in the world where you can hand feed wild dolphins, which is an experience no one should miss!
Moreton Island Accommodation at Tangalooma
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Surrounded by crystal clear waters, white sandy beaches and untouched national parks, this resort on Moreton Island, offers a variety of water sports and a chance to hand-feed wild dolphins. Tangalooma offers a range of accommodation styles, each set amidst the landscaped gardens and natural bushland, most with water views. The resort can arrange many day tours and activities, including desert safari tours, snorkelling experiences, quad bike tours and helicopter joy flights. Dining highlights include Tursiops buffet restaurant and Fire & Stone Restaurant. Alternatively, take in the views over Moreton Bay while enjoying meals cooked to order from the beach side café. Tangalooma Island Resort is a 75-minute boat ride from Brisbane.
Camping on Moreton Island
What better way to experience Moreton Island than camping! There are a rang of camping grounds on Moreton Island that range from established camp grounds with cooking and bathroom facilities to remote and peaceful beach camping. There are 5 different camping zones on the island and all sites are marked with a totem. So far away from the city the skies are clear and you can see a huge array of stars those in the city could only dream of.
There are bookings and permits required to camp here and some fees do apply but these are relatively cheap and allow the Queensland Parks and Wildlife Services to maintain the park and manage bookings (so you don’t end up with ten camp groups trying to share a patch of beach not big enough for one).