Tangalooma Resort

Moreton Island

Surrounded by the crystal clear waters of Moreton Bay and just a 75 minute cruise from the mainland, Tangalooma Island is Brisbane’s tropical getaway.

  • Nightly dolphin feeding
  • Excellent snorkelling opportunities
  • Plenty of activities on offer
  • Kitchen facilities available
  • Family friendly resort

About your hotel

The wrecks surrounding the island provide some excellent diving and snorkelling opportunities, and there are lots of activities on offer during your stay including sand tobogganing, nature tours and quad biking. The Resort also welcomes a nightly visit from a pod of bottlenose dolphins with the chance for guests to hand feed them.

Air conditioning, TV and DVD player. Hotel rooms and two bedroom apartments have balconies. One and two bedroom apartments have kitchen facilities.

Swimming pools, restaurants, bars, activities, tennis courts, playground and nightly dolphin feeding.

How to Get There…
Tangalooma Dolphin Resort is located on Moreton Island which is a scenic 75 minute launch transfer from Holt Street Wharf. The wharf is located approximately 20 minutes from Brisbane city. Alternatively you can pre book a coach transfer from Brisbane – ask your consultant for details.

Room Type Occupancy Per person from
Room £68
1 Bed Apartment £88
2 Bed Apartment £59

Return transfers from Brisbane – Adult £48 and Child £26

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Local Attractions

  • Plenty of beaches
  • Bulwer Wrecks
  • Mount Tempest
  • Cape Moreton Lighthouse
  • Tangalooma Wrecks
  • The Sandhills

For advice or to start planning your holiday

talk to an Australia Expert on 0333 234 2889

Coronavirus – Notice for Customers

We are currently contacting all customers whose holiday may be affected by the current travel restrictions in place due to the coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak.

For the latest Government advice regarding travel to any particular country please visit the Gov.uk website: https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice