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Moreton Island Day Trip from Brisbane

Highlights
  • Full-day on Moreton Island with activity options, from Brisbane
  • Choose the tour and activities that suit your interests, from dolphin watching to scuba diving
  • See a range of colorful fish while snorkeling (if option selected)
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Moreton Island Day Trip from Brisbane
From US$73.28
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AMI Day PassMost Popular
Includes round-trip ferry transfers, 1hr Kayak or SUP Hire & 1hr Snorkel Gear Hire. Plus land activities and resort facilities.
US$73.28
Wrecks Adventure Tour
Choose 3 from these: Segway Tour, Stand-Up Paddle Board Hire, Snorkel Tour, Banana Boat+Tube Rides, Beach Bike Hire, Sight See+Fish Feed Tour, Kayak+Snorkel Gear+Wetsuit Hire, Fishing Rod Hire
US$110.30
Clear Kayak Tour
Includes round-trip ferry transfers, and a transparent kayak tour at the Tangalooma wrecks. A great way to see what's under the water without getting wet! Plus land activities and resort facilities.
US$95.49
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Overview
Explore Moreton Island on a full-day tour that travels to Tangalooma Island Resort from Brisbane on a luxury ferry. Depending on the option you select, explore activities such as snorkeling at Tangalooma Wrecks, stand-up paddle-boarding, taking a beach Segway tour, or scuba diving.  A luxurious morning ferry cruise to and from the resort awaits for your adventure.
What to Expect

Make your own way to the Holt Street Wharf in the early morning to board your luxury ferry.

Take in the scenery as you cruise to Moreton Island for a day of fun in the sun. You have the choice of on of the followng six different packages:

  • AMI Day Pass (7am - 4pm)
  • Clear Kayak Tour (7am - 4pm)
  • Wrecks Adventure Tour (7am - 4pm)
  • Moreton Bay Marine Encounter Tour (7am - 7pm)
  • Moreton Island R&R Getaway (7am - 4pm)
  • Scuba Dive Tour (7am - 4pm)
All tours includes round-trip ferry transfers. Launches are subject to change.
Write a ReviewReviews (12)

1 - 5 of 10 reviews

Reviewed 5 weeks ago
Fabulous day of adventure!

Starting off early with a comfortable motor coach ride to the ferry, we grabbed a tasty bite while cruising the waterways toward the island. Upon arrival, we experienced the fun and excitement of the 4 x 4 bus (Yes, I said bus.) ride to the...More

2  Thank Carol Ann P
Reviewed 27 July 2018
Island paradise!

Couldn't be more stoked with the trip we booked. Wish we had stayed for 2 days but even just one day there was perfect. Started off nice and early, boat trip out to the island, spotted some dolphins on the way. Got there started our...More

Thank Lea D
Reviewed 12 July 2018
Good trip but time is limited because return ferry at 4:00 PM

I bought the trip online through TripAdvisor because my hotel has limited information about the location for the ferry. The ferry leaves at 7:00 AM and returns at 4:00 PM. The return is too early for the 2 hour fishing trip that starts at 3:30...More

2  Thank D P
Reviewed 28 May 2018
Fun packed

Last minute trip, ferry ride is 45 minutes across a bay (no sea sickness). There is food on board which was good because the food on the trip was a little lite on. The sand boarding and snorkeling is excellent, although I would be reticent...More

1  Thank Trent S
Reviewed 16 April 2018 via mobile
Was an awesome day

Very nice guides and good organisation, no stress at all. Even lunch was included: wraps with plenty of toppings and watermelon :)

1  Thank Jan-henrik K
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Companion792263
13 September 2018|
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Response from D P | Reviewed this property |
You have to call a taxi for hotel pickup. Otherwise, go to the nearby taxi stand to go to the ferry. The fare is about 25 AUD.
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JChen_13
10 July 2018|
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Response from D P | Reviewed this property |
Yes, but you will pay extra.
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Abbie T
12 June 2018|
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Response from D P | Reviewed this property |
The water is cold in June. I did not see anyone swim on the beach. However the tour company had a group of kids who went snorkeling at the sunken ship site.
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