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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 
GoodBased on 521 reviews
7.0

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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Cheapest month:March
Most expensive month:October
Average price in Tangalooma:$315/night
Absolute cheapest price found:$86/night
Cheapest day:Thursday
Most expensive day:Monday
$133 - $630
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$142 - $634
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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.

$165
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About Tangalooma

Nestled on the sheltered western coast of Moreton Island, Tangalooma is perfectly positioned for enjoying water sports, seafood and scenic flights. National parks highlight the impressive sand dunes and unique vegetation surrounding Tangalooma, where it’s possible to spot native wildlife species both on land and in the water.

Things to do

Hand-feed the bottlenose dolphins that visit the shallow waters of Tangalooma each evening. It’s the only place in Moreton Bay where dolphin feeding is permitted and also has a Marine Education and Conservation Centre where you can learn more about these intelligent creatures.

At the northern end of Tangalooma Beach lies the “Wrecks”, a collection of old steam-driven dredges and barges purposely sunk in the 1960s. Go diving or snorkelling at this fascinating site to see the colourful corals and fish that now inhabit the wrecks.

There are plenty of hiking trails that criss-cross Moreton Island, including an easy stroll to Blue Lagoon where you can enjoy a refreshing swim. If you’re up for a challenge, attempt the summit of Mount Tempest, which is the highest sand dune on the island and boasts spectacular 360-degree views.

Tangalooma is a great base for water sports, with everything from kayaking to swimming, fishing and boating on offer. After an active day on the water, grab a cocktail and watch the spectacular sunset over Moreton Bay and the Glass House Mountains.

Getting around

Daily passenger and car ferries depart from the Port of Brisbane to Tangalooma, with the journey taking around 75 minutes. You can opt to visit Moreton Island on a day cruise or take your own car to explore longer, as well as fly into the private airstrip at Cowan Cowan.

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  • What are the best hotels in Tangalooma?

    Moreton Island Villas and Apartments, rated with a score of 8.8 from 358 reviewers, is one of the most popular hotels in Tangalooma. Other top stays include Villa 21 Tangalooma, with an average rating of 9.6 from 45 reviewers, and Tangalooma Moreton Getaway, with a score of 9.2 from 10 reviewers.