Relax on the hugh deck and enjoy the panoramic views over the Tangalooma Wrecks and the beautiful clear waters and white sandy beaches of Moreton Island from Brisbane to the Sunshine Coast.
The house features -
Spacious lounge, dining and stainless steel kitchen opening onto wide deck.
Bedroom 1: queen bed & ensuite with bay views
Bedroom 2: king bed or 2 singles
Bedroom 3: 4 singles
Main bathroom and separate laundry facilities
Large downstairs rumpus room with king sofa bed and separate toilet
You can walk to the Resort using the bush steps opposite the house, drive down in your 4WD and park in the Southern Car Park or use our 4 seater golf buggy available for our house guests. Whichever say you go it only takes a few minutes to the beach.
4 seater golf buggy available for hire for $40 per day (conditions apply).
Moreton Island and Tangalooma Wild Dolphin Resort
Moreton Island is the 3rd largest sand island in the world and it is well worth exploring this unique and beautiful island by 4WD. Visit the Blue Lagoon, Champagne Pools, and Honeymoon Bay for a swim, the Desert for sand boarding and Cape Moreton to watch the turtles, dolphins and giant rays feeding in the shallows under the Cape and the whales passing by on their annual migration north in winter.
Take your own picnic or drop into the infamous "Gutter Bar" (for drinkermen with a fishing problem!) for some fresh Moreton Bay oysters followed by a burger and a beer before heading off to find the Thong Tree. Micat has a great little shop at Bulwer which serves delicious meals. Don't miss the climb (medium grade) up Mt Tempest on a good day for unbelievable 360 degree views.
Tangalooma Wild Dolphin Resort and all its facilities and activities are available for our guests such as pools, cafes, bars, water sports and quad bikes just to name a few. They also organise island tours, whale watching, snorkelling at the Wrecks, eco tours and of course the famous dolphin feeding (available only on request and availability but guests can listen to the commentary and watch the feeding from the jetty just a few meters away and absolutely free).
Being an island the only way to get here is by boat which takes just over an hour.
Tangalooma passenger jets run from Pinkenba to Moreton Island several times a day and you can book through the resort website. Once you arrive at the Resort a taxi takes you and your luggage to the house only a few minutes away.
Being a sand island with sand tracks instead of bitumen, the only way round is by 4WD. The MICAT is the only vehicle ferry that goes to Moreton and so it is important to book early in peak times. It departs from the Port of Brisbane at Lytton and drops you off at the Tangalooma Wrecks and then it is a 15 minute scenic drive through the middle of the island to get to the house. Visit the Micat website for more info.