Moreton Bay Snorkelling

Our Guided Snorkel Tour offers passengers the chance to explore the Tangalooma Wrecks. Imagine, exploring shipwrecks and coral reefs, feeding tropical fish by hand, watching as dolphins swim and play nearby! This optional activity costs an additional $20 for adults, $10 for children and is paid for on the day and includes mask, snorkel, fins, wetsuits and the guide.
Participants must be able to swim. For your comfort, you are welcome to bring your own mask/snorkel or wetsuit but please note the snorkelling fee will still apply.
Due to Queensland Workplace Health & Safety Legislation & Risk Assessments, we are unable to allow patrons to snorkel alone at the Tangalooma Wrecks whilst on our cruise.

Snorkelling Tangalooma Wrecks

Take part in a guided snorkel tour of the Tangalooma Wrecks. This site is recognized as one of the world's premier snorkelling destinations. In addition to the fascinating wrecks to explore, there is a myriad of marine life in and around this artificial reef. You may even catch a glimpse of one of the resident Wobbegongs!

Moreton Bay Boom-Netting

On those hot days those wanting to try their hand at boom-netting, can get involved in this fun and exciting activity. Guaranteed to satisfy any adventure enthusiast and sure to refresh those looking to cool off in the clear blue ocean waters. It's like taking a spa at 10 knots. Those less adventurous will no doubt be entertained watching the boom-netters going through "the washing machine"!

Moreton Island Swimming

This is a must-do activity, it's not often you can bathe in crystal clear, blue waters surrounded by golden beach front dunes on Australia's east coast.

Tangalooma Fish feeding

Try your hand at fish feeding on board, Moreton Island has legendary fish, and we supply fish food for everyone to enjoy the colours and quantity of fish that come up when being feed. There are plenty of fish for everyone!

Photos of our marine animals