Australia See Moreton Island Tours

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Depart Brisbane on a fully guided four wheel drive Eco-adventure on Moreton Island with Australia See Moreton Island Tours. Sea Cruise from Scarborough Harbour via Moreton’s Marine Park. Spot dolphins, fish, whales, dugong and turtles. Arrive at Moreton Island, the world's second largest sand island. Four wheel drive past Honeyeater Lake, beautiful wildflowers and birdlife to remote surf beach. Take a short coastal forest walk to the fresh waters of Blue Lagoon. Relax, swim, photo, snorkel on your tour. Enjoy a picnic lunch in nature's paradise overlooking golden beaches. Drive to an aboriginal midden site and ancient fish trap, then onto wild Cape Moreton Lighthouse with breathtaking views of Flinder's Reef.

These tours provide great land based opportunities for whale watching, dolphins, turtles and more. Explore Honeymoon Bay Beach and swim the Champagne Pools. Stroll to 'Yellow Patch' and photograph the rockpools and headland, four wheel drive the isolated east coast and sandboard the famous desert dunes. Travel to the Tangalooma shipwrecks for a beach walk, photos and afternoon sunset.

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Off Road Driving
  • Snorkelling
  • Swimming

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Depart Brisbane by four wheel drive to Sea Ferry. Arrive at Moreton Island's white sandy Eastern surf beach. Take a short bush walk to fresh water lake Blue Lagoon. Relax, swim, photo, snorkel. Enjoy a fresh picnic lunch. Drive to aboriginal midden site and Cape Moreton Lighthouse seeing breathtaking views of Flinder's Reef, land-based whale watching, dolphins and turtles, sandboard the highest sand dunes in the world. Travel to Tangalooma shipwrecks for beach walk and afternoon sunset.

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$135 $145

Depart Brisbane on this fully guided off-road adventure to Moreton Island. See Honeyeater Lake, beautiful wildflowers and birdlife. Travel to remote surf beach and Blue Lagoon to relax, swim, photo, snorkel. Drive to aboriginal midden site and Cape Moreton lighthouse. Explore Honeymoon Bay and Champagne Pools before returning to your campsite. Enjoy dinner and campfire. After tea, try moonlight beachwalk or night swim.

Day two, travel to the big sandhills for sandboarding action and then to famous Tangalooma shipwrecks to snorkel amongst tropical fish and relax on Tangalooma beach.

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$235 $290

With your friendly and skilled guide/driver enjoy the safety and adventure on this fully guided 4WD off-road adventure on Moreton Island.

They ferry cruise the Brisbane River past Moreton Bay Islands across Moreton Bay Marine Park.

The 3 level Catamaran allows for great photos, has bakery, shops and bar on board. Keep a look out with the chance of seeing dolphins, turtles and schools of fish.

Arrive Moreton Island white sandy beaches, your playground for the day; and board your 4WD guided tour.

This tour will travel south through the forest sand tracks to the desert sand hills. This fully guided activity includes all sand boarding gear and equipment and full instructions for a great outdoor adventure.

Full speed down the island's biggest sand hills, what an experience!

Indicative rates

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$135 $145

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