Tangalooma Island Resort
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Tangalooma Island Resort presents another world away, only a 75-minute catamaran cruise from Brisbane. The resort is the perfect family holiday destination for guests seeking a unique adventure, educational or nature based experience - right on Brisbane’s doorstep. Protected and treasured, this is nature’s theme park where amazing natural encounters are just part of the everyday experience.
With heaps of tours and activities on offer, Tangalooma is the Jewel of Moreton Bay and Island’s region.The star attraction at the resort is the unique activity of hand-feeding a pod of wild bottlenose dolphins!
Other activities on offer include ATV Quad Bike Tours, Marine Discovery Cruise, Desert Safari tour including sand tobogganing and much more! Accommodation options, all only 50 metres from the beachfront include air conditioned Hotel Rooms, Resort Units and Suites, Villas, Deep Blue luxury apartments and Holiday Homes.
Whale watching season starts this week at Tangalooma Island Resort. Tours leave the Holt St. Wharf in Brisbane at 10:00am and return at 5:00pm. The tour offers you a 3 hour cruise with a light lunch on board as well as over an hour to explore the resort while there. The footage below, taken in the last week of last season, October 2015, is just amazing and gives you a idea of what is on offer for a Tangalooma Whale Watching Cruise.
Tangalooma Island Resort is not just a beautiful island resort, it has a lovely family of dolphins that has been visiting for over 30 years. Anyone who comes to stay at the resort can participate in the feeding program that starts at sunset every evening of the year.
How to get there?
Holt Street Wharf is only 10 minutes from Brisbane Airport, 15 minutes from Brisbane City or 1 hour from the Gold Coast. Once there, it is only a 75 minute cruise across to the resort. Ferries to and from Tangalooma operate 3 times a day, every day and 4 times a day on Saturday, Sunday and Monday.
From Brisbane, Queensland, Australia