Dolphins in Paradise

Multiple Locations

Escape the crowds and enjoy the day in a tropical paradise as Dolphins in Paradise take you on an eco tour of discovery to explore the beautiful marine park of Moreton bay and the crystal clear waters surrounding the Tangalooma Wrecks.

The Moreton Bay Marine Park is on the migratory path of the Humpback Whale (June to November) and home, all year round, to the friendly Tangalooma Bottlenose Dolphins, giant Loggerhead Turtles and the rare, endangered Dugong.

You will be amazed by the abundance and variety of marine life on their guided snorkel tour at the famous Tangalooma Wrecks, home to coral beds, an array of fish species including wobbegong, parrot fish, angel fish, snapper, sea slugs and bream just to name a few.

The tour includes a marine eco tour, with commentary from a marine naturalist; time to relax on the beach and a smorgasbord lunch with prawns, chicken and a range of salads. End the day with a beautiful fruit platter for afternoon tea.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • Car park

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Snorkelling
  • Swimming

Other Information

Family Friendly:

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

Our Tours

Dolphin and Snorkel Cruise

Dolphin and Snorkel Cruise includes a marine eco tour all year round to view dolphins, dugongs and turtles. See World War Two relics, and learn about local Aboriginal history.

You have the option of snorkelling on the Tangalooma Wrecks, or Flinders Reef.

There is plenty of free time available so you can relax on the beach, climb the famous sand dunes, or swim in the safe waters around the boat. You can also feed the fish around the Tangalooma Wrecks.

Morning tea is served upon boarding the boat, and you'll enjoy a great chicken and seafood smorgasboard lunch. An afternoon tea tropical fruit platter is also included.

Hotel transfers are available from Brisbane or Gold Coast hotels for an additional fee.

Indicative rates

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Hook Island

Hook Island, Whitsunday Area
No visit to the Whitsundays is complete without seeing a few islands and Hook Island offers spectacular natural surroundings and excellent snorkelling and diving sites. The second largest island in the Cumberland group, it is 58 square kilometres in size and includes sheltered, picturesque bays, deep fjord-like inlets, ideal sailing and kayaking conditions, multiple moorings and safe anchorages, pristine fringing reefs, secluded beach campsites and the opportunity to see abundant wildlife including sea eagles, kites and ospreys, turtles, reef fish, dolphins, manta rays and humpback whales frolicking in Whitsunday Passage (between June to September).

Nara Inlet

Whitsundays, Whitsunday Area
Nestled in the south east end of the Whitsundays’ Hook Island is Nara Inlet, a secluded bay with tranquil waters that reflect the dense forestry that covers the island’s steep hills. The clear water acts as a window to the fringing reef and is known for its sheltered anchorage and easy access to the island.

Hill Inlet

Airlie Beach, Whitsunday Area
Free Entry
Hill Inlet in the Whitsundays is a stunning inlet located at the northern end of Whitehaven Beach on Whitsunday Island, the largest of the 74 islands in the Whitsundays. As the tide shifts, the white sand and blue hues of the inlet blend seamlessly to create a breathtaking mosaic.

Lindeman Island

Lindeman Island, Mackay Area
Its natural beauty and breathtaking Whitsunday scenery makes Lindeman Island one of the most spectacular tropical islands in Australia. Complemented by temperate days and nights, Lindeman Island was one of the first Whitsunday islands to be developed.

Pinnacles, The

Hook Island, Whitsunday Area
Free Entry
Arguably the best dive site in the Whitsundays, with hard corals comparing favourably to those seen on the outer Great Barrier Reef. The best dive is off the western beach, adjacent to the Woodpile and swim east at a depth of seven to 15 metres.

Long Island

Long Island, Whitsunday Area
With 13 kilometres of extensive walking tracks, stunning lookouts, protected bays and beautiful secluded beaches, Long Island is well worth a visit. Much of the island is national park and you can enjoy bush walks, exploring the fringing coral reef, snorkelling off the beaches or relaxing under the coconut palms.

Daydream Island

Daydream Island, Whitsunday Area
Daydream Island has been impacted by recent weather events in Queensland. Please make contact with Daydream Island Resort and Spa information regarding bookings and travel plans. Daydream Island is the closest of the 74 islands in the Whitsundays to the mainland shore at Airlie Beach.

Langford Island

Whitsundays, Whitsunday Area
Free Entry
Langford Island, near Hayman Island in the northern Whitsundays is a popular spot with sailors, divers and snorkellers. Many of the bareboats and crewed sailing boats will anchor near Langford Island. Langford Island is relatively small, but features a long sand spit that all but disappears at high tide.

Hamilton Island

Hamilton Island, Whitsunday Area
Hamilton Island is nestled amongst the Whitsunday Islands, a group of 74 islands just off the Queensland coast, at the edge of the Great Barrier Reef. Hamilton Island is one of the most popular Whitsunday islands offering an idyllic island experience.

Butterfly Bay - Hook Island

Hook Island, Whitsunday Area
Free Entry
A popular bareboat anchorage, Butterfly Bay is situated on the northern side of Hook Island. There are limited public moorings and snorkelling can be enjoyed along the bay edge or just off the beach. Offering coral outcrops with shallow walls, the bay is populated by many small, colourful reef fish species.
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