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Enjoy a day in tropical paradise as you're taken on an eco tour of discovery, exploring the crystal clear waters of the Moreton Bay Marine Park. Keep your eyes peeled for bottlenose dolphins and an abundance of marine life as you journey to the Tangalooma Wrecks. Snorkelling and meals are included.
Enjoy a full day dolphin discovery cruise exploring Moreton Bay Marine Park. The area is home to a myriad of marine species including over 700 bottlenose dolphins, loggerhead turtles and dugongs. It's also the migratory path of the majestic humpback whale which visit these waters between the months of June to November.
This guided tour includes fish feeding and a snorkelling stop at the incredible Tangalooma Wrecks or Flinders Reef, dependant on the day's conditions. Flinders Reef contains the highest number of coral and fish species out of all sub-tropical reef systems! You'll be treated to morning tea upon boarding and a delicious smorgasbord lunch including chicken and seafood.
NOTE: This is a seasonal experience, strictly available between 14 November 2020 - 9 May 2021.
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 cruise runs with a maximum of 80 people.
All cruises are weather dependent.
It is recommended to bring sunscreen, a hat, sunglasses, swimwear and a towel.
Dolphins are spotted on over 92% of tours, there's avery high probability of spotting them, however as they are wild animals in their natural environment we cannot guarantee sightings, activity or location.
This experience departs from the Rivergate Marina and will take you to Tangalooma Wreck, Marine Park Moreton Island QLD.