A genuine wildlife experience - discover a wide range of Australian, exotic and endangered animals at Alma Park Zoo.
Learn all sorts of interesting information at the keeper talks and presentations about Ring-tailed Lemur, Black-capped Capuchins, Koalas, Snakes, Baboons and Spider Monkeys. Enjoy the antics of the Capuchins, Marmosets, Cotton Top Tamarins with seven different species of primate. Don't forget to say hello to Maly the Sun Bear, Cassowary, adorable Red Pandas, the Himalayan Tahr a...
Scuba dive amongst an amazing amount of marine life, including wobbegongs, turtles, stingrays and lots of reef fish at Flinders Reef. Within Moreton Bay Marine Park, Flinders Reef is Brisbane's only true coral reef and fully protected marine sanctuary.
Dive walls, gutters, caves and pinnacles. At least 112 coral species including staghorn, brain, plate and many other hard coral, as well as soft corals, gorgonians, sponges and sea whips can be seen at Flinders Reef. It also hosts more than 17...
Moreton Island is the most natural of the large sand islands located in Moreton Bay's sheltered waters. At 285 metres high, Mount Tempest is the highest stabilised sand dune in the world.
The walk to the top of Mount Tempest is a memorable one, with sweeping views of Moreton Bay and the island's length a spectacular experience. It is a steep climb and can be challenging, but the view is worth every step.
At the D’Aguilar Range’s northern end, this huge expanse of rainforest and eucalypt forest in Mount Mee Forest Reserve contains clear creeks, and lookouts with lovely views.
Beginning at the Gantry, this mind-calming walk contains beautiful open forests, scribbly gum forests, rainforest remnants, hoop pine plantations and picturesque creek scenery.
About halfway along, enjoy the magnificent views to the west, overlooking Somerset and Wivenhoe Dams. On your return, enjoy a picnic at the Gantr...
Moreton Bay is home to approximately 600 bottlenose dolphins and each evening as the sun begins to set across the water, a small pod makes their way to the shores of Tangalooma Island Resort. Since 1992, resort guests have had the opportunity to hand feed the dolphins as part of the Tangalooma wild dolphin feeding program.
Currently up to 11 dolphins frequent the shores of Tangalooma, hunting, surfing and playing with fellow pod members. The jetty at Tangalooma is the perfect platform for viewi...
The Telegraph Track on Moreton Island National Park lets you explore the most natural of the large sand islands located in Moreton Bay's sheltered waters.
This hilly track passes through woodlands and heath and is great for bird watching. See the remains of the telegraph line that serviced the lighthouse along the track edge.
Walkers can enjoy distant views out to sea and to the Cape Moreton lighthouse.