Moreton Bay Escapes

Moreton Bay Escapes

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Looking for exciting things to do in Moreton Bay? Treat yourself to incredible Moreton Island adventures with Moreton Bay Escapes.

Travelling in a purpose built 4WD vehicles, you’ll experience breathtaking natural wilderness and the best of what Moreton Island has to offer on a small group day trip or overnight Moreton Island camping tour.

Moreton Island Adventures Await

You could find yourself swimming with dolphins, exploring Cape Moreton Lighthouse, sandboarding in the desert, body-boarding at North Point, hiking Mt Tempest, kayaking at sunset, or snorkelling and kayaking by the Tangalooma Wrecks, among other unique things to do in Moreton Bay.

Moreton Bay Escapes Tour Options:

Moreton Island Adventure - 1 Day Tour

Explore Moreton Island National Park by 4WD with your local eco guide as you tick off two of the island's 'must do' activities. Enjoy the thrill of sandboarding and tobogganing down giant sand dunes, before cooling down at the famous Tangalooma Shipwrecks with a fully guided snorkel trip or chill out with a swim or kayak. Fresh picnic lunch, snorkelling and tobogganing equipment, national park fees, return transfers from your pick up location and ferry transfers are all included.

Moreton Island 4WD Eco Explorer - 1 Day Tour

Discover the great variety of landscapes and abundant wildlife with your experienced eco-guide on this nature-based adventure. 4WD along beautiful beaches keeping an eye out for local birdlife then visit Cape Moreton Lighthouse lookout to spot dolphins, turtles and whales offshore. Return for a swim via the fresh water tea-tree lake, Blue Lagoon. Fresh picnic lunch, snorkelling and tobogganing equipment, national park fees, return transfers from your pick up location and ferry transfers are all included.

What you will Experience

  • Small group nature-based eco-adventure on Moreton Island
  • Moreton Bay Marine Park cruise on board Moreton Adventurer, featuring 3 viewing decks
  • Chance to spot dolphins, turtles, stingrays, and dugong
  • 4WD in a safe environment with experienced guide through Moreton Island National Park
  • Marine park and wildlife spotting on guided nature walks
  • Sunset views over the Glass House Mountains when returning to the mainland

Welcome to Moreton Island

Moreton Island is the world's second largest sand island and its ecology supports various habitats including beach and dune areas, open woodlands, banksia heathland and salt marshes, as well as sedge and paperbark swamps. Over 125 bird species, along with countless small marsupials and lizards call these habitats home making Moreton Island a prime photography and bird watching destination.

With miles of sandy beaches, exciting 4WD tracks, crystal clear creeks and lagoons, adventure awaits on the jewel of Moreton Bay!

More things to do in Moreton Bay

Has your Moreton Island Escapes experience left you wanting more island-specific Moreton Bay adventures? If so, then head to one of the bay's other island gems, Bribie Island, to keep your holiday vibes flowing enjoying more beach activities, water sporting fun and Bribie Island National Park's waterside camping.

This island paradise offers so much to do by the shore and on the water with numerous Bribie hire shops available for boat, water sport, and on-land gear hire.

What Awaits on Bribie Island

Pumicestone Passage

A tranquil fishing haven, Pumicestone Passage is also a popular area for water sports including water-skiing, kite surfing, jet-skiing and kayaking. Back on dry land, the foreshore has a number of BBQs, picnic tables and playgrounds perfect for kicking-back, or enjoying a romantic sunset.

Bongaree Beach

Feel the soft sand between your toes at Bongaree Beach and surrounding passage beaches. This beach is a popular spot for families with young children as the waters are often very calm and shallow. Bongaree Jetty is a popular spot to cast a line in, or bomb dive into the passage waters

Bribie Island National Park

Covering a significant portion of the island is the Bribie Island National Park, a beautiful forested area perfect for Moreton Bay adventures on the waters of Pumicestone Passage, inland and on the beach side.

Once you've experienced your Moreton Bay Escapes 4WD adventure, try 4WDing yourself on the numerous tracks throughout the national park and beach. If you do intend to drive on the beach, ensure you have purchased the correct permits before starting your journey.

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Acknowledgement of Country - We would like to acknowledge the traditional owners of the lands and waterways of the Moreton Bay Region, the Kabi Kabi/Gubbi Gubbi, Jinibara, and Turrbal people and pay our respects to their Elders, past, present and emerging. We recognise the ongoing connection that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have to this land and recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as the original custodians of this land.