So close to the hustle and bustle of Brisbane but so far away. Get back to nature on this island paradise. The beauty of Moreton Island and Moreton Bay is laid out before you at this beach front holiday home. Take your 4WD out to the pristine front beach, dive the Tangalooma wrecks, toboggan down the world's largest sand dunes or just kick back round the BBQ and watch the kids play in the crystal clear and calm waters from your front deck.
Address: The Esplanade, Kooringal, Moreton Island
House: 2 Storey - lower level is a 4 bedroom house which is available for rent: Uppr level is not available for rent and is only used by owners on rare occasions.
Sleeps up to 12 people
4 Single Bunk Style beds
1 Double/ Single Bunk Style & 4 single bunk style beds
Fully equipped Kitchen
Things to Do and Places to See
The world famous "Gutter" is right outside your front door. The kids can enjoy beachcombing, building sand castles and hunt for soldier crabs at low tide then swim in the pristine calm waters at high tide. For the parents who have been hard at it fishing from Reeders Point 5 minutes from the house or squidding from the tinny, it is the perfect place to watch the sun set and have a few quiet ales while the kids play.
The ocean and surf side of Moreton Island is only a five minute drive from Kooringal. You can climb sand dunes, visit the Mirapools or go snorkelling at the Tangalooma Wrecks.
If you are feeling more adventurous, you can head North for the day and visit the Champagne pools, the Blue Hole and the Lighthouse. Or even climb Mount Tempest.
The ever popular Gutter Bar is within walking distance with a great selection of local seafood of the menu and a well stocked bar.
Moreton Beach House's electricity is supplied by solar power and a generator but you still need to be aware of your electricity usage. Our water supply is a combination of bore and rain water.
We have a friendly property manager who can assist if you have any issues during your stay.
National park - 4WD only
Moreton Island is a national park. There are no sealed roads - this means that there is 4WD access only. You will need a permit for your vehicle, which can be obtained from the Department of National Parks, Recreation, Sport and Racing, . No pets allowed.
Getting your 4WD to Moreton Island
For information on the barge times and costs go to Moreton Island Adventures, . Leaving from the Port of Brisbane the Micat takes 75 minutes to reach Moreton Island.
From there it is an 1 hour to 1 1/2 hour drive on the Eastern Surf beach or a 40 minute drive on the Western beach. Please take note of the tide times before making the journey.