Hotels in Moreton Island, Australia
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Hotel Drift@Kooringal - Beachside paradise Moreton Island
Situated at Kooringal on the quiet Southern end of Moreton Island, this is the perfect place for a beachside getaway for the family. Neat as a pin modern comfortable house with verandahs for cooking and relaxing. This house is a minutes walk to some of Moretons most beautiful and secluded beaches.\r\nThe local shop can provide most basics and serves meals on weekends.\r\nThree bedrooms provide accomodation for up to eight people in comfort. The house is fully self contained and has plenty of solar power.\r\n\r\nPlease note, pillows and doonas are provided. Sheets and towels are NOT provided, please bring your own.\r\n\r\nBedroom 1. Queen bed\r\n\r\nBedroom 2. Two single beds, can be pushed together if required.\r\n\r\nBedroom 3. Two double bunks can sleep four.\r\n\r\nAs there are no sealed roads you will need a 4WD. A barge runs to the Island from Brisbane to Tangalooma. See the MI Cat website for details. more
Hotel Tangalooma Island Resort Moreton Island
Only 75 minutes from Brisbane, over 80 tours and activities! So beautiful, so accessible, yet you'll feel a world away. Surrounded by crystal waters and untouched National Parks, Tangalooma Island Resort on Moreton Island is the perfect destination for your next escape. Only a 75-minute cruise across Moreton Bay by a high-speed catamaran from Brisbane, the resort is a perfect destination if you are seeking a unique adventure or nature based experience in a truly relaxed environment right on Brisbane's doorstep! A highlight of any stay is the opportunity to interact closely with nature. All guests have the opportunity to view the wild dolphins nightly, with commentary by an Eco Ranger from the Marine Education and Conservation Centre. In the mornings the resident pelicans and cormorants enjoy a bucket or two of fish hand fed to them on the beach. When visiting during the whale migration season from June to the end of October, you can partake in the Whale-watching cruise and catch a close view of these majestic mammals. Rejuvenate yourself with a range of over 80 adventure or nature based tours and activities. The resort's desert safari tour allows guests to participate in the thrilling sport of sand tobogganing down a 70 metre high sand dune whilst reaching speeds of up to 50 kilometres per hour- it's exhilarating fun! Other things to see and do include four wheel drive, ATV quad bike tours, marine discovery cruises, parasailing, snorkelling, scuba diving, banana boat rides, helicopter joy flights and much more. more