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Moreton Island Snorkel and Sandboarding 4WD Day Trip from Brisbane

Highlights
  • Full-day 4WD adventure on Moreton Bay Island from Brisbane
  • Sand boarding down Moreton Island's sand dunes
  • Snorkel alongside an abundance of marine life residing in the Tangalooma shipwrecks
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Moreton Island Snorkel and Sandboarding 4WD Day Trip from Brisbane
From US$93.42
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7am: Bus Stop 125 on Roma StMost Popular
Moreton Island Snorkel and Sand Boarding 4WD Day Trip with pickup at 7am from Bus Stop 125 on Roma St (out front of Brisbane Transit Centre)
From US$93.42
8am: Port of Brisbane
Moreton Island Snorkel and Sand Boarding 4WD Day Trip with pickup at 8am from 14 Howard Smith Drive, Port of Brisbane
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Overview
Try out Moreton Island's most popular activities — sandboarding and snorkeling — on an adrenaline-fueled small-group tour from Brisbane. Spend a full day exploring the island by sea when snorkeling through the Tangalooma Shipwrecks, and on land when sand boarding on giant sand dunes and visiting pristine beaches. Snap photos of the gorgeous scenery and learn from your guide about the abundant animal life. Travel in a small group that is limited to 16 people for a more customized experience with your guide.
What to Expect
After morning pickup in Brisbane, transfer to the ferry that takes you across Moreton Bay. When you arrive at Moreton Island, travel by 4-wheel drive (4WD) vehicle to the beach and along Middle Road.
Moreton Island is the world's third largest sand island. Most of the island is a protected national park without paved roads, making 4WD an essential mode of transportation.
Admire the scenery as you pass eucalyptus forests with some trees that are 250 years old. Head to 'the Desert’ for a classic sandboarding experience on Moreton Island.
When sandboarding, you can reach speeds of up to        (50 km) per hour. Despite the potential for speed, everyone from beginners to speed demons can enjoy the activity and modify it to their comfort level.
After the sandboarding excitement, head to a lake where you can take a dip in the blue waters or relax on a white-sand beach while your guide serves up a tasty picnic lunch. Then head to the Tangalooma Shipwrecks for a guided snorkel tour around the 15 submerged shipwrecks. The wrecks are located only        (50 meters) from the beach, making them easy to reach. Enjoy  watching a range of aquatic life swim around the vicinity, including parrotfish, trevally, blue-tang surgeonfish (dory) and clown fish.
Alternatively, take a kayak tour in the area of the Tangalooma Shipwrecks, observing the shipwrecks from above.
Please note: Snorkeling is subject to tide and weather conditions and may change without notice. Kayaking may be offered as an alternative to snorkeling if conditions are unfavorable.
At the end of a full day, enjoy the sunset over Moreton Bay as you return by ferry to the mainland and transfer back to Brisbane where your tour ends.
Please note: The itinerary may change depending on weather and tidal conditions.
Reviews (57)
1 - 5 of 7 reviews
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile
Good deal for a One Day Trip

We decided to visit Moreton Island after an intensive course in Brisbane, we were 5 international students from Argentina, Brazil, Slovakia, Guatemala and Australia. And absolutely loved the experience from getting into the boat, sandsurf (eat sand, either way lol) and snorkel through the shipwrecks....More

1  Thank 878colinb
Reviewed 16 January 2019
Great place to do some diving

Went to Tangalooma to do some snorkelling with some friends and had a ball!! its a great place to spend some time exploring the wrecks or just laying on the beach.

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank greatfoodstops
Reviewed 12 December 2018
Beautiful beach

My husband and I really enjoyed this tour. Our guide, Dave, was hilarious and very knowledgeable about all things Australia. Lunch was just ok...a sandwich, fruit, and a cookie...but the rest of the day was incredible. Beautiful coral and fish to see while snorkeling, but...More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank AndreaS2726
Reviewed 12 October 2018
Looking forward to More from Moreton Island

Our guide Wayne was friendly, funny and knowledgeable. Very happy that I was able to slide down the sand as much as I wanted, because we travelled in a small group. We stopped by Blue Lagoon and had lunch there. In my opinion, there was...More

Date of experience: September 2018
5  Thank Kim B
Reviewed 13 September 2018
It was okay

It was okay. The price was expensive and I don't think it worth it. There are many more beautiful islands at Malaysia, Philippines and etc with cheaper price.

Date of experience: June 2018
4  Thank angelinang1997
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128joannat
20 November 2018|
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Response from Trent S | Reviewed this property |
Everyone catches the ferry over and I think it leaves at 8:30 so doubtful. But check the website out, type in moreton island ferry
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