Moreton Island Holidays

Moreton Island is conveniently located 35 kilometres from Brisbane and, as the world's third-largest sand island, it's an alluring destination. If you're planning your holidays at Moreton Island, you'll be surrounded by a pristine natural environment - 95 per cent of the island's 19,000 hectares is protected national park. This spectacular island is readily accessible from Brisbane and is well worth a one day or weekend visit. Moreton Island is also a great place to take your 4WD with ideal sandy tracks and camping opportunities across the island; 4WD tours are great way to explore the myriad tracks.


Top Holiday Packages for Moreton Island

Moreton Island offers a number of spectacular attractions, including dolphin feeding, shipwrecks, sand dunes (ideal for sand boarding) and 4WD tracks. This page is a really great resource for those considering a visit to Moreton Island - whether you're looking for comprehensive information on Moreton Bay weather or a map that indicates ferry routes and key attractions. Moreton Island Holidays is at the forefront of regional discussions and is the place to visit for up-to-date travel information. Experience the wonder of Queensland's islands and enjoy the unspoiled wilderness just kilometres from Brisbane's CBD.

Moreton Island Facts

The Moreton Island ferry can deliver you and your four-wheel drive to the island six days a week, Wednesday to Monday over a two-hour journey.

If you're travelling as a passenger, the high-speed catamaran from Pinkenba in Brisbane escorts passengers every day to Tangalooma Jetty at Moreton Island within 75 minutes.

A map of Moreton Island will show the island is nestled in Moreton Bay and near islands such as Stradbroke Island. This area makes up the Moreton Bay Marine Park, which is a haven for wildlife.

The Moreton Island weather is pleasant year-round, so even in winter you can enjoy the warmth of the sun.