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Go on an unforgettable cruise into the sheltered crystal clear waters of Moreton Island and its Marine Park. This haven is home to many playful dolphins, the rare and shy dugongs, huge sea turtles and even whale watching encounters during the winter months.
This cruise is not to be missed and will give you an amazing insight into the magnificent marine life which exists on Brisbane’s doorstep. Enjoy free whale watching opportunities during the months of June – October. Don't miss the chance to encounter dolphins, turtles and dugongs on this adventure. This provider has an outstanding 98% success rate of spotting!
Morning tea is provided on arrival at the vessel.
Please note: Snorkelling is an optional extra - $20 for adults, $10 for children – (payable on board) includes fully guided tour and equipment. You must be able to swim to participate.
Those choosing to purchase the optional extra Guided Snorkel and Fish Feeding tour of the Tangalooma Wrecks must be able to swim.
Once this experience has been confirmed, changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to this policy:
This experience runs with a minimum of 20 and a maximum of 65 participants.
Cruises will be cancelled upon the discretion of the cruise operators taking into account the weather conditions of the day
Please bring swimmers, a towel, a hat and sunglasses.
There is a high probability that you will see dolphins, dugongs and turtles, however this cannot be guaranteed as all the marine life are untamed and free in their natural habitat.
This experience departs from Redcliffe Peninsula, New Port Marina, Scarborough, Brisbane QLD. Approximately 35 minutes drive north of Brisbane.