- 1 How long is the ferry from Brisbane to Moreton Island?
- 2 How do I get from Brisbane to Moreton Island?
- 3 Can you see Moreton Island from Brisbane?
- 4 How do you get around Moreton Island?
- 5 Can you drive a normal car on Moreton Island?
- 6 Can you swim at Moreton Island?
- 7 Can you do a day trip to Moreton Island?
- 8 How long does it take to get to Tangalooma from Brisbane?
- 9 Are there sharks at Moreton Island?
- 10 Is Moreton Island safe?
- 11 What shops are on Moreton Island?
- 12 Can you swim out to Tangalooma wrecks?
- 13 What should you look out for in Moreton Island?
How long is the ferry from Brisbane to Moreton Island?
Passenger ferry services depart from Holt Street Wharf in Pinkenba, Brisbane and arrive at the Tangalooma Jetty on Moreton Island. Travelling time is just 75 minutes each way, with 4 boat services operating daily in each direction (Brisbane to Tangalooma).
How do I get from Brisbane to Moreton Island?
Moreton Island is 40 km offshore from Brisbane. The island can be reached by ferry, barge or boat. Barges and ferries for vehicles and passengers run daily. If you are not taking a vehicle, choose your island destination point and book the ferry or barge from the corresponding departure point.
Can you see Moreton Island from Brisbane?
Moreton Island is located 40 kilometres (25 miles) off the coast of Brisbane.
How do you get around Moreton Island?
You’ll need a 4WD to traverse the unsealed, rugged and sandy roads throughout Moreton Island, and you must organise a vehicle permit before arriving on the island. Permits can be arranged through Mulgumpin Camping, which is owned and operated by the Quandamooka Yoolooburrabee Aboriginal Corporation (QYAC).
Can you drive a normal car on Moreton Island?
All vehicles are required to stay on designated roads, beaches and vehicle tracks, and must not be driven on or over vegetation including that of the foredunes. Obey all speed limits, signs and barriers. Please read driving on sand and driving safely before you drive on Mulgumpin (Moreton Island).
Can you swim at Moreton Island?
Stretches of white sandy beach line the island’s ocean side making it ideal for swimming, surfing, and fishing, while the sheltered western edge offer a calm environment protected from the ocean waves and sometimes strong easterly winds for those after a more relaxing experience with crystal clear blue water gently
Can you do a day trip to Moreton Island?
Moreton Island Day Trips & Tangalooma Day Trips & Cruises With cruises departing daily at both 8am and 10am you can either relax beachside or jam pack it with activities, making it one of the best things to do in Brisbane!
How long does it take to get to Tangalooma from Brisbane?
Getting to Tangalooma is easy! Located on beautiful Moreton Island off the coast of South-East Queensland, we are just 75 minutes from Brisbane by ferry.
Are there sharks at Moreton Island?
Many many people frollick in the waters on the bay side of Moreton ( where you will likely stay anyway) quite happily. There is very good snorkelling, watersports and dolphin feeding at night as well as calm clear water for you to enjoy. Sharks are seldom seen but tend to remain in deeper water.
Is Moreton Island safe?
Safety First There are no lifeguards patrolling anywhere on Moreton Island. Please use caution when swimming/surfing as strong currents are often seen around the Tangalooma Wrecks and the surf side of the island and remember it is never a good idea to swim alone.
What shops are on Moreton Island?
- Castaways Store. The Bulwer Castaways Store stocks those essemtial grocery items, fruit & veg, ice, firewood, fuel, alcohol, newspapers, bait and tackle, magazines and souveniers and more.
- Tangalooma Lucky 7 Resort Shop.
- Kooringal General Store.
Can you swim out to Tangalooma wrecks?
While the wrecks are close to the beach please be careful when trying to swim across as a strong current sweeps between the wrecks and the beach when the tide is running, so don’t try and swim against it. The Tangalooma wrecks are an unpatrolled beach meaning there are no lifesavers on duty.
What should you look out for in Moreton Island?
Cape Moreton Lighthouse The Cape is worth a visit not just to see the lighthouse but also as a great viewing point to spot migrating whales, dolphins, manta rays, dugongs, turtles and sharks below.