An island located not too far off from Queensland’s bustling capital city, Moreton Island is a popular getaway destination for locals and tourists alike.
Known for its popular Tangalooma Wrecks and beautiful Champagne Pools, Moreton Island has so much to offer.
Part of the Moreton Bay region, the island can be reached via ferry, barge or boat and caters for visitors travelling with or without cars. Moreton Island as so much to offer visitors, from four-wheel-driving thrill seekers to those who would rather relax with a calming massage.
This island is one of the third largest sand islands in the world and provides visitors with great attractions and activities. Thrill seekers will love sliding down the giant sand dunes, nature lovers will enjoy getting up close to and feeding dolphins while relaxation lovers will enjoy taking advantage of the resort spa.
With beautiful lookouts situated all around the island, visitors will be blown away by the beautiful contrast of the rich blue waters to the soft golden sand. No matter the duration of your stay, whether you’re just visiting for the day or staying a few nights, you will be sure to find something enjoyable, relaxing, thrilling and scenic, it’s just that diverse.
Whatever your reason for visiting Moreton Island, you’ll find everything you need to know about travelling to this part of Southeast Queensland broken down in our detailed sections below.