Depart from Redcliffe, Brisbane City Roma St. Transit Centre or from the Port of Brisbane Ferry to Moreton Island National Park with your friendly and skilled eco guide/driver to enjoy the safety and adventure on this fully guided 4WD off-road adventure – an Eco-Experience on Moreton Island. At Lytton (The Port of Brisbane), we board the licensed luxury sea ferry. The 3 level Catamaran is the largest on Moreton Bay. It allows for great photos and has a bakery, coffee shop and bar on board. Enjoy the views of the Boondall Wetlands nature reserve and Nudgee Beach. Cruise the Brisbane River past Moreton Bay Islands across Moreton Bay Marine Park. Spot dolphins, fish, whales, dugong and turtles.
We land on the west coast of Moreton Island and drive onto the Sandy Beach – the world's second largest sand island. Travel with your guide by 4WD, passing beautiful wildflowers and birds, to remote sand hills. Here your guide will take you, with equipment, to sandboard the sandhills at speed, or try a gentle slope (speeds up to 65kms an hour). This area is great for walks, hikes and photography. After this adventure, 4WD across Moreton Island National Park past the highest sand hill in the world "Mount Tempest" before arriving on the eastern surf beach of Moreton Island - our beach highway for the day.
Enjoy the 10 km beach drive - spotting sea eagles, hawks, pelicans and oyster catchers with your local guide while they tell stories both old and new. We arrive at Blue Lagoon. Relax, swim, photo, and snorkel. Have a fresh picnic lunch in nature's paradise overlooking the golden beach. Drive to the aboriginal midden site and ancient fish trap and on to wild Cape Moreton Lighthouse with breathtaking views of Flinder’s Reef. This area is great for land based whale watching, dolphins, turtles and more. Explore Honeymoon Bay Beach and swim the Champagne Pools. See the 'Yellow Patch' and photograph the rock pools and headland. Travel to Tangalooma Shipwrecks for a beach walk, photos and an afternoon sunset before returing to Brisbane by sea ferry. (Tides and conditions may limit itinerary)