Tangalooma Resort Villas are an all time favourite with holiday makers - fully self contained two storey Villas with upper and lower level decks enjoying spectacular beach and bay views and just seconds stroll across the lawn to the beach out front and the beckoning aquatic playground that is Moreton Bay.
Villa 29 accommodates a maximum of eight guests in bedding as listed below:
Bedroom 1: 1 Queen Size Bed
Bedroom 2: 2 Single Beds
Sleeping Alcove: 2 single wall bunks
Lower Level Lounge area: 1 Single divan with a single Trundle underneath.
OFF PEAK 2 nt minimum $1400 wk
PEAK: QLD SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
3 nt minimum: $1850 wk
PEAK RATES apply to all QLD NSW and VIC Schoolies weeks .
CHRISTMAS/NEW YEAR 7 nt minimum: $2400 wk
NOTE: The prices quoted do not include linen Sheets, pillowcases, towels, bath mats and tea towels. Beach and pool towels are not provided but if you did not wish to provide your own it can be hired through the Agent at a cost of $15 per person regardless of length of stay.
A BIT ABOUT MORETON:
Moreton Island, one of natures undisturbed wonders, is a 17000 ha naturally formed sand island situated in the Moreton Bay Marine Park 35km from Brisbane, Australia. Approx 95 of Moreton Island is National Park and it is home to a diverse range of wildlife and vegetation as well as being very popular destination for nature based recreational pursuits.
Like other sand islands in south-east Queensland, Moreton Island was formed as a result of sand movements caused by winds and waves and sea level change over thousands of years. The island is approximately 38km long and 10km at its widest point and appears to this day much the same as it did thousands of years ago.
Moreton's ocean beach stretches over 40km long and with the untouched white sandy beach, coastal dunes and crystal clear blue water; it is one of the most scenic places on the island. The waters and many reefs surrounding Moreton Island are always clean, and usually crystal clear. This clear water allows visitors to experience the spectacular array of sea life that uses the islands coastline as their playground.
From the Cape Moreton lighthouse you can spot dolphins, whales in season, manta rays, dugongs, turtles and numerous types of fish swimming in this natural, crystal clear paradise. Swimmers can enjoy a dip from any of the beaches, but Honeymoon bay or the western beaches are favourite sheltered spots to enjoy the waters.
Moreton Island is also home to some of the most beautiful freshwater lakes, coloured sands, rugged cliffs, sand hills and also the largest sand dune in the world, Mt Tempest. An untouched paradise, Moreton Island is the perfect destination for a holiday, weekend getaway or one-day island adventure.
As Moreton Island is all sand and the tracks are all sand, the only vehicles that can operate on the Island are 4WD.
BRINGING A 4WD VEHICLE:
The "MiCat" is the only vehicle Ferry operating between Brisbane and Moreton Island so early bookings are essential. The "MiCat" departs from 14 Howard Smith Drive, Lytton at the Port of Brisbane and lands at the Tangalooma Wrecks on the western side of the Island.
On Tuesdays the "MiCat" lands at the Bulwer Wrecks at the northern end of the Island.
NO 4WD? - NO WORRIES
If you will not be bringing a 4WD vehicle to the Island you will need to catch the Tangalooma Passenger Launch which departs from Holt Street Wharf, Pinkenba and travels to the Tangalooma Resort Jetty at least twice daily. Adult return fares are currently $75 and children aged 3 to 14 years inclusive are $40 return. Bookings are essential.