Moreton Island

Moreton Island — most of which is a protected national park — has several features that make it special. The island provides opportunities for boating — and the tubing-like activity of boom netting — swimming, snorkeling and diving, and some fishing, but what makes it truly unique is the collection of sand dunes all over the island. Trek to the top of one for some amazing views of Moreton Bay, and — if you really feel gutsy — “surf” back down to the bottom. Make sure you also check out the shipwrecks on Tangalooma Beach and the beautiful, orange-purple sunsets visible almost every evening.

Location: Moreton Island QLD 4025, Australia

Hours: Open 24 hours

Cost: Free

Phone: +61 13 74 68

Website: npsr.qld.gov.au

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