Sunrover Tours

Sunrover Tours

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Take a ride with Sunrover Tours and explore South East Queensland’s remarkable natural landscapes. With experienced local guides, small group tours and comfortable four wheel drives, the team at Sunrover have got you covered if you’re wondering how to get to Moreton Island and what to do in Moreton Bay.

Moreton Island Adventures to suit your style...

Covering all the ‘must do’ Moreton Island attractions, Sunrover Tours’ range of full day, two or three day adventures will lead you on a journey to discover the best locations on Moreton Island, including the Tangalooma shipwrecks and Cape Moreton Lighthouse. Fully catered beach camping on Moreton Bay, Sunrover Tours will take care of all your camping permits, national park fees and ferry transfers for an affordable, and hassle-free way to visit Moreton Island. They can even tailor make a package to suit your budget or needs.

Sunrover Tours Options:

Tangalooma Island Resort Resort Safari - 2 days/ 1 night

Experience the best of Moreton Island! Day 1: fully guided full day 4WD safari through Moreton Island National Park including sand boarding, Blue Lagoon, Cape Moreton Lighthouse and nature walk, hand feed wild dolphins. Day 2: free day to relax and enjoy over 30 resort activities or snorkel Tangalooma Shipwrecks. Includes overnight accommodation at Tangalooma Resort and fresh picnic lunch on Day 1.

Moreton Island 4WD Safari - Blue Lagoon Beach Camp - 2 days/ 1 night

4WD adventure safari with beach camping. Day 1: Guided 4WD adventure safari through Moreton Island National Park including sand boarding and Cape Moreton Lighthouse. Camping at Blue Lagoon and sunset kayaking. Day 2: guided island walks, Mount Tempest and Tangalooma Shipwrecks. Includes 1 night camping accommodation (all set-up done for you), BBQ dinner, tropical breakfast and lunch both days.

Moreton Island 4WD Sightseeing Tour - 1 day tour

See all the highlights in one day. On this tour you'll feel the thrill of sand boarding and tobogganing down giant sand dunes, enjoy a guided 4WD adventure along beach tracks and through Moreton Island National Park, embark on a forest walk to Blue Lagoon, spot wildlife from Cape Moreton Lighthouse, visit Honeymoon Bay, swim at Champagne Pools and snorkel or kayak the Tangalooma Shipwrecks. Tour includes fresh picnic lunch.

Moreton Island 4WD National Park Camping Adventure - 3 days/ 2 nights

Discover the hidden secrets of Moreton Island National Park. Day 1: 4WD beach drive and guided forest walk to Blue Lagoon, wildlife spotting at Cape Moreton Lighthouse, Honeymoon Bay and Champagne Pools, evening campfire and night beach walk. Day 2: Guided snorkelling tour of Tangalooma Shipwrecks or kayak the coastline, free afternoon to explore Tangalooma beach, visit Cowan Point Lookout or Bulwer Shipwrecks. Day 3: Morning hike up Mt Tempest, guided 4WD tour to the island's southern Wetlands visiting Aboriginal sites and tasting island tucker. Includes 2 nights camping accommodation (all set-up done for you) and all meals on the island.

Moreton Island Explorer - 3 days/ 2 nights

For those who want to do it all! Day 1: 4WD beach drive, sand boarding and taboganning, forest walk to Blue Lagoon, wildlife spotting at Cape Moreton Light House. Day 2: Morning hike up Mt Tempest or around the lake, guided snorkelling tour of Tangalooma Shipwrecks, time to relax before check in at Tangalooma Resort and hand feeding wild dolphins in the evening. Day 3: Free day to enjoy over 30 activities at the resort or simply relax. Includes dolphin feeding, 1 night camping accommodation (all set-up done for you), 1 night accommodation at Tangalooma Resort, lunch and dinner on Day 1, breakfast and lunch on Day 2.

Tangalooma Wild Dolphin Resort Adventure - 3 days/ 2 nights

The ultimate Moreton Island experience! Day 1: Full day guided Moreton Island National Park 4WD safari including sandboarding. Day 2: Free day to relax and try over 30 resort activities including snorkelling around Tangalooma ship wrecks, hand feeding local wild dolphins. Day 3: Full day Marine Park Wildlife Spotting Cruise. Tour includes dolphin feeding, 2 nights accommodation at Tangalooma Resort and fresh picnic lunch on Day 1.

Moreton Island 4WD Adventure Safari - 1 day tour
Fully guided 4WD adventure through Moreton Island National Park, sand boarding and tobogganing, time to explore the Dolphin Research Centre and Tangalooma Resort, guided snorkelling tour of Tangalooma Shipwrecks. Includes fresh picnic lunch.

All tours include return transfers from your hotel/departure location, National Park fees, return ferry tranfers to Moreton Island, all snorkelling and sand boarding equipment.

IMPORTANT: A $50 per person per day fee is applicable to all tours and payable direct on arrival to the service provider.

Moreton Island Things To Do

  • Snorkel or kayak the Tangalooma Shipwrecks
  • Explore the Moreton Island National Park by 4WD
  • Let loose and go sand boarding down giant natural sand dunes
  • Visit Cape Moreton Lighthouse
  • Swim in the fresh tea tree-infused waters of Blue Lagoon
  • Hand feed wild dolphins at Tangalooma Resort
  • Experience the great migrating Humpback whales on an all-inclusive whale watching tour (Jul-Oct)

More Things to do in Moreton Bay

Has your Sunrover Tours experience left you wanting more island-based Moreton Bay adventures? If so, then drive over to Bribie to replenish your island holiday vibes with more beach activities, water sports and Bribie Island National Park hikes and/or waterside camping.This water-rimmed paradise offers so much to do by the shore and on the water with numerous Bribie hire shops available for hiring out boats, water sporting gear, plus segways, electric bikes and other gear.

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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.