Just on Brisbane’s doorstep, only a short ferry ride away, is an island destination that’s perfect for a weekend away or romantic escape. Located on Moreton Island, Tangalooma Island Resort is a place of laid-back vibes, beautiful water views and amazing animal encounters.
Known for its wild dolphin experience where guests can hand-feed a pod of wild bottlenose dolphins, Tangalooma is also blessed with one of the longest Whale Watching seasons in Australia, making it a must-visit for animal-loving couples.
Tangalooma Island Resort offers a wide range of accommodation options to suit all budgets and tastes. Ranging from hotel rooms, units, suites and villas, through to premium modern apartments and holiday homes, Tangalooma’s accommodation options all offer access to the sunkissed beach.
The Deep Blue Apartments are an intimate and romantic option for couples, situated away from the main section of the resort. The apartments directly overlook the nightly dolphin feeding and boast uninterrupted views across Moreton Bay and the Glasshouse Mountains beyond.
Tangalooma Island Resort is the jewel of Moreton Bay and Island’s region, offering a number of tours and activities. From ATV Quad Bike tours to marine discovery cruises, desert safari tours (including sand tobogganing) to snorkelling over sunken shipwrecks, there’s plenty to do at the resort. The star attraction however would have to be feeding the wild bottlenose dolphins.
Tangalooma Island Resort offers an array of dining options, all tailored to create a chilled and casual atmosphere. With both local and internationally-inspired flavours on offer, the resort serves classic hot buffet breakfasts, casual takeaway-style lunches and exotic sunset dining in the evening, plus cocktails with a side of live music at the newly constructed resort bar.
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Despite being only a 75-minute ferry ride from the city, Tangalooma Island Resort bears the hallmarks of a relaxing island escape: golden-sand beaches, dazzling blue waters and incredible sunsets.
To find out more or make a booking, visit the Tangalooma Island Resort website here.