Dolphin Wild - Island Cruises

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Go wild with Dolphin Wild! Join Dolphin Wild on a cruise of discovery where you will experience the beauty of Moreton Island and Moreton Bay Marine Park. Home to a variety of marine animals, you can spot playful dolphins, huge turtles, shy dugongs and the majestic humpback whale.

The guided snorkelling tour (optional extra) at the famous Tangalooma Wrecks is a highlight of the day cruise. Surrounding the 15 shipwrecks are a myriad of marine species including turtles, wobbegongs, coral and fish tame enough to eat from your hands.

Experience the thrill of boom netting off the back of the boat. This marine eco tour also includes whale watching opportunities (June to October), fish feeding and beach time on Moreton Island. Morning tea, smorgasbord lunch with chicken, ham, prawns and salads are included. Enjoy a day full of excitement and spectacular scenery.

The Redcliffe2Moreton Express day trip and passenger ferry service are the perfect way to visit Moreton Island without the crowds. The 45-minute trip from Redcliffe (north Brisbane) travels to Bulwer town where passengers are free to explore. There's loads of activities for the adventurous backpacker or youth, including four-wheel-driving, sand-taboganning and snorkelling, with camping and dormitory accommodation options.

Facilities

  • Car park
  • Kiosk

Activities

  • Snorkelling
  • Swimming

Other Information

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Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.

Our Tours

Escape the crowds with a small and friendly group as they take you on a cruise of discovery. Visit spectacular Moreton Island and the crystal clear waters of Moreton Bay Marine Park. Snorkel world renowned Tangalooma Wrecks – famous for its abundant marine life, wobbegong, invertebrates and fish tame enough to eat from your hands. Encounter wild marine animals such as dolphins, dugongs and turtles in their natural habitat.

Pick up is available from major hotels in Brisbane Central Business District.

Indicative rates

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$125 $125

Escape the crowds with a small and friendly group as they take you on a cruise of discovery. Visit spectacular Moreton Island and the crystal clear waters of Moreton Bay Marine Park. Snorkel world renowned Tangalooma Wrecks – famous for its abundant marine life, wobbegong, invertebrates and fish tame enough to eat from your hands. Encounter wild marine animals such as dolphins, dugongs and turtles in their natural habitat.

Indicative rates

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$95 $95
Redcliffe2Moreton Express Day Trip

Getting to Moreton Island is now a whole lot easier on board the Redcliffe2Moreton Express passenger ferry service. This day trip to Moreton Island departs Redcliffe, north Brisbane, every Friday and Sunday, letting you spend a day on the world famous Moreton Island.

Cruise across the waters of Moreton Bay Marine Park on a scenic 45-minute ferry with free tea and coffee on board. Licensed cash bar is also available for you to kick back with a drink while spotting local wildlife including dolphins, turtles, dugongs and whales (June to November).

The Redcliffe2Moreton Express will make an eco-friendly beach landing on the north-western side of the island at the uncrowded charming township of Bulwer. Once you've arrived, you can do as much or as little as you please. Swim or snorkel the Bulwer Shipwrecks, pack a picnic lunch and relax on the beach, visit the local cafe, hire a kayak or SUP, go fishing or take a stroll along the pristine beach. Enjoy a minimum four hours on the island before departing at 4pm, returning to Redcliffe approximately 5pm.

Redcliffe2Moreton Express is the fastest ferry service to Moreton Island, leaving you more time for fun in the sun.

Indicative rates

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$90 $90
Redcliffe2Moreton Express Ferry Service

Travel to Moreton Island on board the Redcliffe2Moreton Express passenger ferry service direct from Redcliffe. The passenger ferry is a 45-minute scenic trip from Redcliffe, north Brisbane, to Bulwer on the north-western side of Moreton Island.

Ferry departs Redcliffe Jetty every Friday and Sunday at 10.00am (9.30am check-in).
Return ferry departs Bulwer, Moreton Island, every Friday and Sunday at 4pm (3.30pm check-in).

Stay for the day, a weekend or a whole week and discover all that Moreton Island has to offer.

Snorkel the famous Tangalooma Shipwrecks or lesser known Bulwer Shipwrecks, hire a kayak or SUP and go paddling, hike one of the many walking tracks, visit Cape Moreton Lighthouse for a spectacular sunrise, get sandy as you toboggan giant sand dunes, go fishing straight from the beach, visit Tangalooma Island Resort or connect with a local tour group for a 4WD trip like no other.

Choose from one of the many accommodation options on the island including beach camping, glamping, holiday homes or island resort.

Redcliffe2Moreton Express is the fastest ferry service to Moreton island, letting you spend more time enjoying the island!

Indicative rates

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$45 $45

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