Introducing the NEW River to Bay services linking the land to the sea. Chose from a day of snorkeling the Tangalooma wrecks or sipping on champagne and tasting fresh oysters.
Boarding at the Sandstone Point Hotel’s jetty, Bongaree Jetty, and Redcliffe Jetty, River to Bay’s boats will take you to an underwater paradise on Queensland’s beautiful Moreton Island in comfort. Our fast boats will whisk you away to the iconic Tangalooma Wrecks. Tangalooma Wrecks is a favourite snorkelling spot with sunken ships and a marine wonderland with abundant corals, species of fish, and many more local sea life that call it home.
River to Bay’s Snorkel tours include:
Experience the ultimate indulgence with our Champagne and Oyster Tour from Sandstone Point and Redcliffe. Quickly becoming the top thing to do in Moreton Bay, our Moreton Bay Oyster experience will leave you breathless and wanting more.
Our promise: The Freshest Oysters you will ever try.
River to Bay’s fast boats will whisk you away from Sandstone Point Hotel’s jetty, Bongaree Jetty, and Redcliffe Jetty to Moreton Bay for the best Champagne and Oyster Tour experience. Encounter all sorts of sea life on the way to Moreton including dolphins, turtles, sting rays, and dugongs. When you arrive on Moreton you will be greeted by the freshest oysters straight from the ocean. Learn all about farming oysters as you sample some of the best with a glass of bubbles in hand as the sun slowly sinks towards the horizon. One of our favourite things to do in Moreton Bay, one trip with us might not be enough!
River to Bay’s Champagne and Oysters tours include:
Bribie Island Seaside Museum near Caboolture makes for a great museum day trip from Brisbane experience for the kids and adults alike. Right near the beach, the Bribie Museum is in the heart of the Moreton Bay Region.
Watch history come alive at the Abbey Museum Caboolture near Brisbane, you’ll step back in time through an anthropological porthole. DISCOVER TODAY!
The Bribie Island Community Arts Centre is one of Australia’s largest and busiest arts centres, with space for display, retail, workshops and studios, and catering for more than twenty kinds of arts and crafts.
Our experienced Skipper will navigate the Pumicestone Passage with a running commentary enlightening guests of the historical qualities and fun facts about the area.