Moreton Bay Whale Watching Cruise

Moreton Bay is full of marine life, and on this Cruise you may also see pods of dolphins, turtles, stingrays and dugongs. A Tangalooma Eco Ranger is onboard all of our Whale Watch Cruises and they provide expert commentary. Learn about the whales song, their migration path, different behaviours and so much more! Please note this tour is only available between August and October.
  • Tour Code


  • Location

    Moreton Island

  • Activity Types

    Special Interest

  • Experience Types

    Special Interest

  • Duration

    3 hours

  • Fitness Level


  • Price

    Adult from $79.99
    Children (12 & under) from $59.99

  • Snack included!


Have your camera at the ready to capture the whales in action.


Enjoy a light snack and tea/coffee onboard your Whale watching cruise.

Special Notes

To make your day as enjoyable as possible, please ensure that you wear comfortable flat-soled shoes, clothing suited to the weather conditions, a hat and jacket and bring along some sunscreen and bottled water. Although every effort will be made, whale sightings cannot be guaranteed. Please note this tour is only available between June and October. Suitable for wheelchair bound guests.

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