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Dolphin Watch & Tangalooma Wreck Snorkelling 1 Day Tour

by Whales in Paradise
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Non-refundable No Booking Fees E-voucher (printout not required)

Highlights

  • A day of snorkelling, leisure & discovery at Moreton Bay

  • Spot dolphins, dugongs & turtles

  • Balmy turquoise waters & white sandy beaches

  • Snorkel the Tangalooma Wrecks - includes gear & tuition

  • Onboard tropical lunch including fresh local prawns!

Highlights

  • A day of snorkelling, leisure & discovery at Moreton Bay

  • Spot dolphins, dugongs & turtles

  • Balmy turquoise waters & white sandy beaches

  • Snorkel the Tangalooma Wrecks - includes gear & tuition

  • Onboard tropical lunch including fresh local prawns!

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Dolphin Watch & Tangalooma Wreck Snorkelling 1 Day Tour

Activity Location

Moreton Island

Moreton Island 4025

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • Rivergate Marina

    17 Rivergate Place

    Murarrie 4172


Description

Cruise to the beautiful Moreton Bay Marine Park a national reserve off the coast of Brisbane that is home to dolphins, turtles, and dugongs. During the leisurely day, marvel at vibrant marine life and spectacular corals growing on the 15 sunken ship-wrecks as you snorkel in the crystal-clear water.

Make your way to Rivergate Marina, Brisbane and get acquainted with your friendly guides. Step on board the boat and enjoy morning tea as you set off towards the gorgeous Moreton Bay Marine Park, a sanctuary for endangered fish and marine life. Keep your eyes peeled for playful bottlenose dolphins, giant loggerhead turtles, rare dugongs and the majestic humpback whales that visit the waters between November to May.

Once you arrive, this aquatic paradise is yours to explore at your leisure. Head to shore to clamber over the sand dunes or just soak up the sun. Dive into the balmy azure waters for a swim and, after you've worked up an appetite from a delicious tropical lunch of chicken and seafood onboard. You can join the snorkelling adventure for a closer look at the diverse marine life and coral at the famous Tangalooma Wrecks or you may want to just relax on the soft sand and challenge yourself to a climb on the sand dune.

Tuck into afternoon tea and fresh tropical fruits on the sun-soaked deck of the catamaran, taking in the scenery on your return cruise to the pier.


Inclusions

  • Guided cruise to Moreton Bay Marine Park

  • Chicken and prawn tropical lunch, with a range of salads, bread rolls and tropical fruits.

  • Morning and afternoon tea

  • Live tour commentary provided in English

  • Guided snorkel at the amazing Tangalooma Ship Wrecks with equipment included


Exclusions

  • Return GC or Brisbane CBD transfers. (Please select tour with transfers included).

  • Kiosk items including soft drinks, bottled water, beer, wine and snack items.


Know Before You Book

  • Children aged 2 and younger are complimentary when accompanied by a paying adult.

  • If you are pregnant or have back, neck, joint or muscular problems, you may want to talk to your doctor before you decide to participate in the tour.

  • You must be able to swim on your own.

  • Check-in is 30 minutes prior to the booked tour start time. If you have transfers, please be waiting 10mins prior to your pick up time.


Dolphin Watch & Tangalooma Wreck Snorkelling 1 Day Tour ratings based on 5 Verified Reviews

4.5 out of 5

5/5 25 Jan. 2020

This is one of the best day trips we have ever been on. If your thinking of doing it we would strongly suggest you do. Staff attentive and professional and safety is obviously very important to them. A+++

4/5 3 Mar. 2019

The staff were very good and accommodating. The snorkeling area had murky water, making visibility for the area poor. Lots of fish, ok coral, but cold water. Lunch was good and plentiful, and we saw turtles, dolphins, and dugongs en route. Eco practices were disappointing, though, as they provided non-reef safe sun screen and fed fish with bread, both practices not recommended for healthy ocean life.