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Tangalooma Dolphin Resort

Seventy-five minutes from Brisbane by catamaran, the Tangalooma Dolphin Resort on Moreton Island is perfect for family fun. Ideal as a day trip or even for a longer stay, Tangalooma allows you to feed wild Bottle Nose dolphins, relax on the beach, explore the island, and even watch whales (depending on the season).  Nearby Moreton Bay is a perfect beach for families, with gentle waves and good facilities.

Tangalooma Dolphin Resort

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