Tangalooma Resort

Tangalooma Wild Dolphin Resort

Tangalooma Day Cruise

Depart Redcliffe Every Saturday and Sunday

Enjoy your luxury pickup from the Redcliffe peninsula with transfer to the Holt Street Wharf; where we board the boat. Your local guide will have the tickets and seating arranged for you. We than Cruise Brisbane River aboard Tangalooma Launch. Great viewing of the port of Brisbane and Nudgee Beach before we enter the Moreton Bay Marine Park. This 75 minute cruise allows time to spot - fish, sea birds, dolphin, dugong, turtle and even whales in season may be seen.

Arrive the white sandy beaches and Tangalooma jetty and shipwrecks, and the day is your to enjoy.

Tangalooma Resort adventure activities include quad bike sand cliffs, snorkel the wrecks (own cost), swim, walk or relax on the beach.

See the Dolphin Centre and pelicans, and enjoy the beach cafe for lunch (own cost), or bring your own and choose a romantic spot along the beach.

Return on the 4pm boat, Arriving on the mainland around 5pm, with your free transfer return to Redcliffe arriving on the peninsula around 6pm.

Departs Saturday 6am From the Redcliffe Jetty - Return 6pm
Departs Saturday 6:10am From Pelican Park Information Centre - Return 6pm

Departs Sunday 6am From the Redcliffe Jetty - Return 6pm
Departs Sunday 6am From Pelican Park Information Centre - Return 6pm

Or Meet at 6:45am Holt Street Wharf, Pinkenba- for a 7am Departure - Return 5pm

Other optional walks are:

1) South of Tangalooma. Continue south of the jetty along the sandy beach of Moreton Bay. Dolphins can be seen all along this beach at various times as well as other marine life (eg starfish) plus a variety of birds (eg osprey). This is a short walk but remember cars are allowed in this section. Tangalooma Point is in the distance. At a short distance south of the resort take the walking track from the beach through the woodland to The Desert.

2) The Desert - Sand dunes. Clearly marked track leads through a woodland from the western beach. A set of steps takes you up through a peaceful and somewhat isolated section of the walk with good views of the bay behind you. You will pass a minor track on the left half way to The Desert. On your return take this ridge track back to Tangalooma. The Desert is an area of the island formed by natural erosion and is under constant change. The steep dunes are ideal for sandboarding and tobogganing. Make sure you keep the track entrance in sight as you explore The Desert.

3) Ridge Track back to Tangalooma. Return to the walking track and head back towards the beach. About 400m along is the ridge track to the right. Take this track back to Tangalooma Resort. The track meets the bypass road behind Tangalooma. Head left to the beach then back to the the resort. Stop for a cool drink and a bite to eat but be sure to leave plenty of time to get back to the jetty.

4) Tangalooma Wrecks Walk - Heading North from the resort - 1km -5km to Cowan Point. Large sweep of the shoreline south to Cowan Cowan. Not recommended at high tide. Pass Craven Creek one of the streams that flow into the bay. Just south of Cowan are some concrete bunkers from WWI.

Tangalooma Day Cruise
Adult $140 (Redcliffe) - $90 (Pinkenba)
Child (4-14 yrs) $130 (Redcliffe) - $80 (Pinkenba)
Book Direct Call +61 7 3203 4241
Times Depart Redcliffe Jetty Bus Stop 6am - Return 6pm
Depart Redcliffe Pelican Park Info Centre 6am - Return 6pm
Depart Pinkenba 7am (Brisbane River - Holt Street) - Return 5:30pm
* Late Boat departure at 9:30am Pinkenba (phone for more information)
Days Depart Saturdays and Sundays