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Sunrover - Moreton Island 1 Day Tour

Sunrover - Moreton Island 1 Day Tour

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Explore the wilderness of Moreton Island National Park, with this exciting nature, bush and beach safari.

  • Moreton Bay Cruise
  • 4WD Island Adventure Tour
  • Sandboarding - all gear
  • Tangalooma Shipwrecks
  • Blue Lagoon
  • Lighthouse Lookout
  • Dolphins, Turtles, Rays
  • Whale Watching
  • Fresh Picnic Lunch
  • Snorkel Equipment
  • Ferry Fees
  • Return Brisbane


from Brisbane: $145
from Redcliffe: $145
from Port Of Brisbane: $125

Student / YHA Members: $125

from Gold Coast: +$100
(National park fees, daily permits, ferry fees and meal kitty +$30 per person per day)

Departs Brisbane*: Daily 6.45am
Returns: 6pm

*Departs Brisbane Transit Centre, Roma Street, Level 3, Gate 36

Valid: 01/04/13 - 31/03/14 (subject to change without notice)

Depart Brisbane on this fully guided off-road adventure - an Eco-Experience on Moreton Island. Sea Ferry Cruise from Scarborough International Harbour via Moreton Bay Marine Park. Spot dolphins, fish, sometimes whales, dugong and turtles.
Arrive at Moreton Island's west coast and Sandy Beach - the world's second largest sand island. 4WD past beautiful Wallum wildflowers and birdlife to remote surf beach. Take a short coastal forest walk to the sand filtered fresh waters of Blue Lagoon (window lake). Relax, swim, photo, snorkel.
Fresh picnic lunch in nature's paradise overlooking golden beach. Drive to aboriginal midden site at Spitfire Creek and ancient fish trap and on to wild Cape Moreton Lighthouse and breathtaking views to Flinder's Reef. Great land based whale watching, dolphins, turtles and more.
4WD the isolated east coast beach and cross the highest sand ranges in the world to the famous Tangalooma shipwrecks for beach walk and photos and afternoon sunset (tides permitting). Climb the desert sand hills for sandboarding adventure at speed before departing on sea ferry for Brisbane.