Moreton Bay Marine Park is one of the largest estuarine bays in Australia, and is unique in the fact that it has both tropical and temperate marine species. Bribie Island, Moreton Island, North and South Stradbroke Island are part of the Marine Park, along with a number of smaller bay islands such as Coochi and Peel Island. Learn more here!
Moreton Bay Marine Park is home to a variety of both tropical and temperate marine animals such as turtles, wobbegong sharks, stingrays, manta ray, gropers, tropical and reef fish, bottlenose dolphins, dugongs, and whales. Discover how to go animal spotting on the bay!
With its biodiversity comes great fishing. Whether you're throwing a line in from the beach, jetty or off the side of a boat, the Moreton Bay Region is home to a range of seafood waiting too be hooked. Discover local fishing and boat ramp spots.
Dugongs are an important part of the Moreton Bay marine life. The world’s only, fully-vegetarian marine mammal and the only sea cow in Australian waters, Dugong, like whales and dolphins, spend their lives at sea. They can grow up to three metres in length and weigh up to 400 kilograms. More about dugongs here.
Located on the shoreline of Moreton Bay, Redcliffe’s sundrenched beaches and foreshore parklands offer enough variety, attractions and Redcliffe swimming opportunities to entice beachgoers, fitness enthusiasts, dog owners, foodies, families, couples, and solo sunseekers. Discover the beaches here.
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