- 1 How long is the ferry from Brisbane to Moreton Island?
- 2 How do I get from Brisbane to Moreton Island?
- 3 How do you get to Moreton Island?
- 4 Do you need a 4WD to get to Moreton Island?
- 5 Do you need a car on Moreton Island?
- 6 Is it safe to swim in Moreton Bay?
- 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 dingoes on Moreton Island?
- 10 Can you stay on Moreton Island?
- 11 Can you get groceries on Moreton Island?
- 12 How much does it cost to get to Tangalooma?
- 13 What can I take to 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.
How do you get to Moreton Island?
Moreton Island is located 40km offshore from Brisbane in Moreton Bay. You can travel to the island by ferry, barge or private boat. Micat ferry times and bookings are online at www.moretonislandadventures.com.au or phone (07) 3909 3333 or 0427 623 489.
Do you need a 4WD to get to Moreton Island?
Four-wheel-drive (4WD) vehicles are essential for driving on the island. All vehicles must be registered and have a valid Moreton Island Recreation Area vehicle access permit (VAP). Fees apply. Drivers must be licensed and all Queensland road rules apply.
Do you need a car on 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).
Is it safe to swim in Moreton Bay?
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.
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 dingoes on Moreton Island?
But our favourite is magnificent Moreton which we reckon has the best beach camping, bucket-loads of soft sand tracks to give the short stick a work out, no dingoes and a distinct shortage of backpackers compared to Fraser, which makes it the ideal place for a family 4X4 holiday.
Can you stay on Moreton Island?
There are a couple of small townships on Moreton Island that have holiday houses to let. These include The Dolph Inn, Seaview and Beachcomber at Bulwer, and Tangalooma Deep Blue and Blue Ocean View Beach House behind Tangalooma Island Resort. These are ideal for large groups wanting to get away for a whole week.
Can you get groceries on Moreton Island?
There are two small stores on the island which can provide most of what you need when your’e there – Castaways, Bulwer (which is also a Restaurant) and the store at Tangalooma (very basic supplies).
How much does it cost to get to Tangalooma?
Tangalooma operates a ferry from Brisbane Holt Street to Moreton Island Tangalooma 3 times a day. Tickets cost $40 – $85 and the journey takes 1h 15m.
What can I take to Moreton Island?
11 essentials to pack on your Tangalooma Summer Day Cruise
- Reusable water bottle.
- Water resistant phone pouch and/or GoPro.
- Books, magazines or an e-Reader.
- Waterproof speakers.