Experience Kayaking on Moreton Island

There are various fun filled activities you can enjoy on Moreton Island, one of the most popular is kayaking. The fact still remains that the best kayaking adventure on Moreton Island starts from the Tangalooma. For individuals or family who wish to visit the Island for camping or family outing, there are different package tours available to suit varieties of people.

How to kayak on Moreton Island

Kayaking on Moreton Island begins at Tangalooma for a great Moreton Island experience. Kayaking tours to the Tangalooma wrecks offer adequate chance to have a very clear view without entering the water. All you need to do is watch out for the aquatic animals, you may get to see some dolphins (If such happens,it means its your lucky day) though that is a rare event. Besides, kayaks are available for hire per hour in case you decide to tour the Island on your own without a guide.

Clear kayaks illuminating to the aquatic animals under the water is a way to go about the Moreton Island experience.

clear glass kayaking

You can enjoy an occasional adventure with the breathtaking Kayak tour when nightfall. During the night you will have the opportunity to see the subtropical reel fish, stingrays, wobbegong and turtles.as you journey thought the fifteen submerged water vessels.

Explore and be inspired with the beauty of nature as your kayak shines light to unveil the beautiful appearance of the world beneath the water. Believe it or not, that experience is enough to make you nostalgic.

Kayaking to explore the marine life

Alternatively, you can opt for a different experience by exploring the Tangalooma wrecks in broad day light with a see-through kayak. This breathtaking tour begins with boat to ferry you to the wrecks. After that, you kayak a short distance to view a large amount of marine life that seek refuge in the wrecks. Allow curiosity to get the best of you by looking closely into the clear water through your Kayak and encounter the different species of local aquatic animals. Guess what? That is a great method to view the world beneath the water without getting wet.

However, before you can embark on kayaking on Moreton Island some terms and conditions apply. It is very important to know what they are in order to have a great Moreton Island experience.

Both day and night kayaking on Moreton Island is suitable for children that are at least 8 years old. There are single kayaks as well as double kayaks ready for hire. Do not forget that kayaking on Moreton Island is prohibited for expectant mothers. Also, remember that charges are valid for a specific period. Besides, charges and timing, adventure and tour details are likely to change at any time. It is advisable to check What’s on Guide for a particular adventure details during your camping or holiday on Moreton Island.


Kindly note that some of the tour and adventures requires someone that is physically fit because in the absence of that it may endanger your life. For safety purpose, it is highly recommended that you disclose your present state of health in case you are have some special medical condition that may worsen if you participate in such activities. If in doubt, please make necessary enquiries before payment.

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Moreton Island Australia is a 'Web Magazine' website that is dedicated to all things related to Queensland's iconic great sandy island. We are passionate about Australia's great natural wonder, its vast beaches and lakes, its incredible vistas, its natural beauty and the unforgettable experiences that are waiting for all who visit. Our aim is to discuss Moreton Island, its history, its environment, its wildlife and its spectacular destinations. We hope that this website will inspire all who visit, just as much as Moreton Island has inspired us.

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