Adults at Kids prices when you travel on or before December 24th 2017

View some of QLD's best marine life up close with this dolphin cruise headed for the Moreton Bay Marine Park and see dolphins, turtles, dugongs and more! Access the tour via your own self-drive and then head out on the waters to the spectacular Moreton Bay Marine Park; a wildlife-rich area off the coast of Brisbane home to over 700 Bottlenose dolphins. On this cruise you will have the opportunity to find these playful and intelligent creatures up close on our catamaran while learning about their habitat, diet, behaviour and other interesting facts. Cruise across the scenic waters, enjoying morning tea before arriving at the island.

Join in on a snorkel tour with the assistance of experienced guides and see the marine life of this region firsthand. Be amazed by a range of coral and subtropical fish species of dazzling colour variations and see the iconic Wrecks of Tangalooma - a series of 15 shipwrecks that attract a variety of aquatic life. Feed the fish at the wrecks, following a tasty chicken and seafood smorgasbord lunch before enjoying some free time on the beach. Head out on a cruise in pursuit for more dolphins, dugongs and turtles before returning across the Bay at the journey's end. A comprehensive, full day out to get acquainted with some amazing marine life over the summer, book yourself a dolphin cruise online today!

 

 

Highlights

  • Iconic Moreton Island
  • Swimming and snorkelling
  • Colourful sub-tropical fish
  • The Wrecks
  • Marine Eco-Tour
  • Delicious buffet lunch

 

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Terms and conditions

Booking Information

  • Confirmation in the form of a tour voucher will be received at time of booking
  • Upon completion of purchase, please print the voucher and present on day of entry
  • For your information, complete Tour Operator Information including contact details is included on your tour voucher

Important Information

  • Dolphins are wild animals, no refund is given if they do not appear, or if feeding is cancelled due to inclement weather