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Tangalooma Island Resort
Tangalooma Island Resort
7.0 Good
Moreton Island, Off Brisbane, Tangalooma, QLD, Australia
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0.2 mi from city centre, Tangalooma, QLD, Australia 
GoodBased on 521 reviews
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Featuring an outdoor pool and outdoor tennis courts, Tangalooma Island Resort is located in Tangalooma and provides traditional accommodation. The numerous amenities this modern resort offers include a kids club, a coffee bar and squash courts.

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Tangalooma Island Resort
Tangalooma Island Resort
7.0 Good
Moreton Island, Off Brisbane, Tangalooma, QLD, Australia
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0.2 mi from city centre,  

Featuring an outdoor pool and outdoor tennis courts, Tangalooma Island Resort is located in Tangalooma and provides traditional accommodation. The numerous amenities this modern resort offers include a kids club, a coffee bar and squash courts.

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About Moreton Island

Moreton Island stands out for its untamed forests, sandy beaches, enormous sand dunes and shimmering lakes. It’s an outdoor enthusiast’s dream destination with famous diving spots, fishing and wildlife habitats.

Things to do

Popular activities on Moreton Island include sandboarding and sand tobogganing on the towering dunes. Look for spots along Little Sand Hills, Bid Sand Hills and The Desert. You can rent waxed boards and gear at stands in the main beach areas.

Offshore, the adventures go deep at dive sites, such as the Tangalooma Wrecks, a collection of sunken boats with vibrant coral and tropical fish. You can also see humpback whales, dolphins and turtles from Cape Moreton, home to the island’s 19th-century lighthouse. Bring a picnic and watch the sunset over the Glass House Mountains.

Small island townships offer quaint dining experiences, such as the thatched-roof Castaways restaurant in Bulwer. Go early for breakfast or lunch with locals and the angler crowds. In Kooringal, don't miss trying fresh island oysters and seafood from the Toulkerrie Oyster Farm or the Gutter Bar.

You can also reel in your own fresh seafood straight from the beach or join an expedition for deep-sea and reef fishing. Looking for land adventures? With a myriad of salt marshes and tidal flats, bird-watching is a prime activity with a chance to see at least 18 different bird species and thousands of seasonal migratory birds.

Getting around

Moreton Island is 40 kilometres offshore from Brisbane, reachable by boat, ferry or barge. Almost the entire island is sand, so four-wheel-drive vehicles are necessary for getting around. You can rent them on arrival or use a licensed Transfer Service to get around.

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  • Where is the best place to stay in Moreton Island?

    Users favor staying in Tangalooma and Bulwer. Consider these locations when searching for your desired stay.

  • What are the best hotels in Moreton Island?

    Tangalooma Island Resort is a very popular hotel in Moreton Island with a score of 7.0 from 521 reviews. Castaways Moreton Island (8.3 from 215 reviews) and Tangalooma Holiday House (8.0 from 11 reviews) are also highly rated Moreton Island hotels based on recent feedback from HotelsCombined users.