Tangalooma Island Resort is located on Moreton Island and is only a short ferry cruise away from Brisbane. The resort is surrounded by National Parks and offers views of the beautiful clear waters of the South Pacific Ocean.
While staying at Tangalooma, relax on the white sandy beaches, snorkel in the crystal clear ocean, dive at the shipwrecks that are located of the coast and explore the untouched National Parks.
The resort has many island and water activities and offers guests many general facilities to enjoy during their stay. The island also has a Resort Shop which includes groceries, souvenirs and gifts, clothing, books, magazines and newspapers, bait and tackle and plenty more.
Tangalooma Island Resort also has a Photo Shop. Here you can purchase professionally taken photos of your Tangalooma Experiences, from sand tobogganing, quad biking to feeding the Dolphins. The Photo Shop can capture all your Holiday activities and have them ready within the hour of each event.
* Included in Tangalooma Accommodation Packages
Functions, Events & Weddings
Tangalooma Island Resort offers a unique experience for businesses requiring conference facilities and groups or families needing function facilities for birthdays, engagements, anniversary’s, christenings and weddings etc. Tangalooma can arrange any style and location for your next event.
Tangalooma Island Resort has 7 different accommodation options to offer guests. These accommodations are; hotel rooms, hotel deluxe rooms, resort units, resort suites, villas, Deep Blue apartments and island holiday homes. Most of their accommodations are located close to the beach and are surrounded by landscaped gardens. They offer either garden, pool or water views. Disabled accessible rooms are also available and can be organised as required.
Tangalooma has many room types to choose from – from hotel rooms for couples to self contained villas for families.
Click here to view the different room options.
|Deep Blue Apartments|
Have a big family? Why not stay in one of these apartments – they cater between 6 to 10 people.
Click here to view the deep blue apartments.
Tangalooma Launch Transfer:
Passengers travel in comfort aboard a high speed catamaran. On the mainland passengers board the catamaran at Holt St Wharf, Pinkenba, Brisbane. Travel time is usually 75 minutes each way, but is dependend on weather conditions.
MiCat Barge – If you are going across to Moreton Island with your own 4WD, then there is an alternative option, the MiCat Vehicle Barge.
(NOTE: We do not book this barge, you’ll need to organize it yourself.)
Tangalooma Helicopter Transfer:
Guest can also decide to travel in style to Tangalooma Island Resort with a scenic helicopter flight from either Holt Street Jetty, Brisbane Airport or Gold Coast Airport to the island, with an opportunity to see dolphins, whales (when in season) and dugongs.
Tours & Activities
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