Departs Fridays & Mondays
Student/Child-YHA Camping: $280 (twin/triple/quad/single)
Adult Camping: $300 (twin/triple/quad/single)
Adult Island Cabin: $700 (single use), $600 (twin), $500 (triple/quad)
Adult Tangalooma Resort Upgrade: $620 (single use), $520 (twin), $510 (triple/quad)
(National park fees, daily permits, ferry fees and meal kitty +$30 per person per day)
Departs: Mon, Tues, Wed and Fri 6.45am
Depart Brisbane for a unique beach wilderness experience on Moreton Island. Sea ferry cruise Moreton Bay Marine Park and arrive Moreton Island’s white sandy beaches.
Travel by 4WD to remote surf beach. Take a short forest walk to fresh waters of Blue Lagoon (a magical window lake) – relax, swim, photo and snorkel. Outdoor fresh picnic lunch with cold drinks overlooking the surf beach. Travel on to Cape Moreton Lighthouse for great landbased whale watching, dolphin, turtle and sometimes shark. Explore Honeymoon Bay and Champagne Pools. After a healthy evening meal, enjoy stories around the camp fire – stargaze at lake or surf beach walk.
Start with a tropical breakfast overlooking ocean and travel the beach to the big sandhills for sandboarding action. Outdoor morning tea and on to the famous Tangalooma Shipwrecks. Snorkel among tropical fish and look for dugong, dolphin and turtle before a fresh picnic lunch. Free afternoon with time to relax on Tangalooma beach overlooking marine park. Beach drive 20km to Bulwer Shipwrecks and ferry. Enjoy the night around the campfire.
With a packed picnic lunch, beach drive to Mount Tempest – the highest sandhill in the world. Oh what a feeling! Take in the views and continue south along the beach to the biggest of Moreton’s sandhills. 4WD to the southern wetland eelgrass fields, (dugong and turtle) and protected bird rookeries, migratory waders can be seen. Aboriginal midden sites and ancient campfire areas explained by your eco guide. A day to relax island style with a full day touring the southern wetlands. Try island tucker and fresh sea clams.
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