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Tangalooma Island Resort - Tangalooma Hotels

Tangalooma Island Resort

Moreton Island, Off Brisbane, Tangalooma - Map
"very nice location"
overall was quite expensive, although did have free whale watching and dolphin feeding. location is great and resort is very well kept. room was clean and comfortable. resort staff were very friendly and boat personnel were informative and professional. No personal alcohol allowed which makes having a drink very expensive as alcohol is not cheap! food selection was so so, for such a relatively large resort felt there could have been more variety, interesting to see how they would cope when a cruise ship comes in. do acknowledge it is remote and therefore prices will be higher but with ferry cost of $160 for 2 return, it is not a cheap holiday option. there are a good variety of activities to keep you occupied. I strongly recommend that the resort staff police the policy regarding fishing from the jetty, every single person we observed, was using bait which is not allowed and that is well signposted. on the Thursday it was windy and a bait bag blew into the water, a distinct hazard for dolphins and other species. would return but only if a special was on offer
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Top Hotels Near Tangalooma

Oaks Mon Komo - Redcliffe Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Oaks Mon Komo

99 Marine Parade, Redcliffe - Map
"Luxury personified"
Lovely three days BUT location chosen only because it was near family for a wedding we had to attend. As a middle aged couple we would find it too remote if we were holidaying only. You needed a car to get to everything except the beach.
Traveller from Auckland , NZ
Redvue Apartments - Redcliffe Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Redvue Apartments

83 Marine Parade, Redcliffe - Map
"Warm,friendly feeling"
Big open rooms and value for money. Close to shop and beach. All walking distance. Friendly owner. Would definately return.
Traveller from nsw
La Vida on Anzac - Redcliffe Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

La Vida on Anzac

41 Anzac Avenue, Redcliffe - Map
"Budget Hotel- Pleasant Enough"
Stayed here for two nights to attend a wedding. Studio room is quite nice and clean. Walls are quite thin though and we could hear the people next door very clearly, which was annoying. Otherwise, the hotel is good for the price and quite close to the waterfront.
Traveller from Sydney
Bribie Waterways Motel - Bongaree Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Bribie Waterways Motel

155 Welsby Parade, Bongaree - Map
Clean and comfortable with a great outlook. Highly recommended
A Traveller
Ainslie Manor Bed and Breakfast - Redcliffe Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Ainslie Manor Bed and Breakfast

42 Steven St, Redcliffe - Map
Scarborough Beach Resort - Scarborough Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Scarborough Beach Resort

89 Landsborough Avenue, Scarborough - Map
"Hotel was perfectly located to all ameneties "
Had a weekend away from the kids, what else can I say
Traveller from Brisbane
The Scarborough Beach Resort is a quality Scarborough apartment . Situated on the Redcliffe Peninsula north of Brisbane …More
Avon Lodge Bribie Island - Banksia Beach Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Avon Lodge Bribie Island

132 Avon Avenue, Banksia Beach - Map
Very comfortable and relaxed. A great place to stay.
A Traveller
Bribie Island Hotel - Bellara Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Bribie Island Hotel

29 Sylvan Beach Esplanade, Bellara - Map
"Good position and affordable. Quiet location"
No complaints and staff very helpful. Would stay again
Traveller from brisbane
Straddie Bungalows - Amity Point Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Straddie Bungalows

33 Ballow Street, Amity Point - Map
"Nice place! Private place to see sunset and dolfin"
Beautiful! Far fronm the touristic point but in a perfect position if u have a car! Perfect for couple and family
Traveller from Brisbane

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    Pocket Guide: Tangalooma

    Are you dreaming of spending some time in sunny Queensland? Wot about taking a well-deserved break on Moreton Island and living it up while you stay in our Tangalooma accommodation?


    "Tangalooma" means "where fishes meet" in the local Aboriginal dialect and there is plenty of marine life to see around here.

    Tangalooma is most famous for being the southern hemisphere’s largest land based whaling station in the 1950s. While the culling of humpbacks that occurred here put the whales on the endangered species list in 1965, Tangalooma has since turned into an eco-tourism destination where animals of all kinds – including whales – are actively protected.

    Things to do

    Besides whale watching, some of the most popular activities in Tangalooma are snorkelling and scuba diving around the Tangalooma Wrecks, a line of 15 ships that were purposely sunk in 1963 to provide a safe spot for smaller boats to anchor in the bay. The wrecks are now covered in coral and teeming with tropical fish, so they're a fantastic place to check out the local marine life.

    The highlight of any trip to Tangalooma is the opportunity to handfeed wild dolphins. Every evening, a group of dolphins arrive at the jetty to be fed, just like they have since 1992. You can learn all about the gentle creatures at the Dolphin Education Centre and you'll go home with some excellent photos and memories.

    Other fun activities include sand boarding, parasailing, kayaking, stand-up paddle boarding, banana boat riding, quad biking and bush walking.

    Shopping and dining

    The only shop in Tangalooma is a convenience store to grab snacks and essential items, so you’re best off purchasing souvenirs once you get back to the main land if you’re looking for a memento. There are a few restaurants and cafes to choose from at Tangalooma Island Resort but if you'd prefer to prepare your own dinner, there are some barbeques on the shore that you can use.

    Getting here and around

    Tangalooma is just a 75 minute ferry ride from Brisbane, so nab one of these cheap flights to Brisbane and make a beeline for the ferry at the Holt Street Wharf.

    So wot are you waiting for? Book your flights, pick a room and start packing!