Board a spacious 50-foot (15-meter) catamaran to cruise to Moreton Island and snack on morning tea served onboard.
When you arrive at the island, stop at Tangalooma Wrecks (depending on the conditions) for your 1-hour snorkeling tour. In the 1960s, Tangalooma Wrecks was formed from ships that were scuttled to create a breakwater, which was then colonized by colorful corals and sea creatures and an excellent snorkeling site. Other options are available if you prefer to stay dry.
In the afternoon, look for bottlenose dolphins, loggerhead turtles, and the rare and endangered dugong during the wildlife discovery cruise. From June to November humpback whales can also be seen during their annual migration. Sightings of these wild animals are likely, but not guaranteed. You can also get great photo ops of the fish that circle your boat during a fish feeding demonstration.
Lunch features a buffet that includes fresh seafood and chicken. Afterward, have free time to relax on the beach or walk on the sand dunes.
At the end of an amazing 7-hour tour, your boat returns to the mainland.