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Moreton Island is located off the southeast coast of Queensland, approximately 75
minutes by boat from Brisbane.
Located on the western side of the island, the Tangalooma Wrecks are a cluster of
15 historic barges/vessels sunk between 1963 and 1984 to provide safe anchorage
for recreational boat owners inside Moreton Bay. It’s now home to over 200 species
of marine animals and has become renowned for its incredible snorkeling and diving.
Fantastic of course – See Moreton has access to 3 day forecasts provided by the bureau of meteorology as well as real-time weather reports available from our crew. For the latest conditions give us a call at +61 7 35153 1069 between 8am – 6pm, 7 days a week.
In poor weather we are happy to move your booking without charge to the next most suitable day, subject to availability and with 24 hours notice. In the rare event we deem the weather too bad to travel and you are unable to reschedule, a full refund will be provided.
Majority of the customers we carry do not get seasick. However, this depends largely on the individual. Travelling on our fast, stable vessel ensures the smoothest possible ride arriving at the Tangalooma Shipwrecks in the shortest amount of time (approximately 75 minutes).
We recommend that children over the age of 6 years can join the snorkel tour on the Tangalooma Wrecks, however this is a recommendation only. A medical questionnaire must be completed and signed by all passengers and including parent/guardian for snorkelers under 16 years.
Absolutely. Our highly qualified crew can have you in the water and enjoying the magic of snorkelling in no time.
We do not carry prescription snorkelling masks. Contact lenses can be worn snorkelling however please note some water may get into your mask. Please consult your local GP for any further queries.
Did you know our team are as scared of sharks as you are. If they had any concerns on the day they also wouldn’t be in the water with you.
There are no requirements to wear a stinger suit in Southeast Queensland as there are no Box jellyfish or Irukandji.
Other marine stingers inhabit southeast Queensland waters however these will usually only cause skin irritations.