2 Day Moreton Island Experience
Student/Child-YHA Camping: $235 (twin/triple/quad/single)
Adult Camping: $245 (twin/triple/quad/single)
Adult Island Cabin: $545 (single use), $445 (twin), $345 (triple/quad)
Adult Tangalooma Resort Upgrade: $520 (single use), $420 (twin), $410 (triple/quad)
Gold Coast pickup: +$100
(National park fees, daily permits, ferry fees and meal kitty +$30 per person per day)
Departs Brisbane: Mon, Tues, Wed, Fri, Sat 6.45am
from Roma St Transit Centre, 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, and eco-experience on Moreton Island. Sea Ferry Cruise from Scarborough International Harbour via Moreton Bay Marine Park. Spot dolphins, fish and sometimes whales, dugong and turtles. Arrive Moreton Island’s west coast and Sandy Beach – the world’s second largest sand island. Lakes, beautiful 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 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.
Settle into your campsite or beach cabin. Enjoy entre, BBQ fish and cold drinks. After a healthy evening meal, enjoy stories around the camp fire – stargaze at lake or surf beach walk.
Start with a tropical breakfast overlooking the ocean and Moreton Bay. Outdoor morning tea and and on to the famous Tangalooma Shipwrecks. Snorkel among tropical fish and look for dugong, dolphin & turtle before a fresh picnic lunch. Explore Honeymoon Bay & Champagne Pools – body surf or boardride at Yellowpatch Beach. Time to relax on Tangalooma beach overlooking the marine park. Board the return ferry to Brisbane at Shipwrecks.
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