Your Moreton Island
Adventure Starts Here:
AMI Day Pass
Spend the day exploring the crystal clear waters and the Tangalooma Shipwrecks at your own pace with kayak, stand up paddle board and snorkeling equipment hire
Wrecks Adventure Tour
You’re the boss when it comes to our Wrecks Adventure Tour! Choose up to 3 unique adventures for your Moreton Island Day Trip. Come and experience that Tangalooma Island has to offer with Adventure Moreton Island.
Create Your own adventure
Pack your swimmers & towel, grab your friends & family and discover the aquatic adventures waiting for you in the crystal clear waters of the bay and Tangalooma Shipwrecks. Come see all that Adventure Moreton Island has to offer at your leisure.
Whether you’re an Introductory (beginner/unlicensed) or Certified Diver (licensed), Adventure Moreton Island has a Scuba diving experience to suit you! The Tangalooma Shipwrecks are Moreton Island’s premier dive location.
Your Adventure starts here:
Adventure Moreton Island is your one-stop shop with a wide range of activities, including snorkelling, kayaking, glass bottom boat cruises, scuba diving, parasailing and much more! See the beauty of Moreton Island in full swing over at Tangalooma Island Resort. From your ferry trip over to your activities on the island, Adventure Moreton Island has it all. Find your adventure today!
Experience Adventure Moreton Island with us! For the best range of outdoor activities and Island Day Trips!
AMI is based at Tangalooma Island Resort, so you will also have access to all Tangalooma Vendors!
All Adventure Moreton Island packages include a return ferry transfer from Brisbane.
Meet our local wildlife:
Green Sea Turtles
Moreton Island is home to 5 different species of Sea Turtles and while snorkelling the wrecks it’s not uncommon to come across one going about their day. Sea Turtles often nest on the same beaches they were born on and the temperature of the sand is what determines the sex of the turtle. Moreton Islands cool sands mean that male turtles are more likely to hatch than females.
Reading the word shark probably sounds intimidating however the Wobbegong Sharks that inhabit the wrecks are harmless. These bottom-dwelling sharks spend most of their time on the sea floor eating crabs and other smaller fish. The name “Wobbegong” comes from the “Australian-Aboriginal” language meaning “shaggy beard” which refers to the many growths on the bottom of it’s mouth.