Moreton Island 4WD adventure day tour, Brisbane

From: AUD189

per adult

Adult - $189
Student = $169
Child - $139 (4 to 14)
Family - $479 (2 Adult, 1 Child)

All Inclusive National Park Fees Lunch
Brisbane Pick Up Activities Included Adventure Tour

Brisbane, Queensland
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Moreton Island 4WD adventure day tour, Brisbane


Adult - $189
Student =
Child -
$139 (4 to 14)
Family -
$479 (2 Adult, 1 Child)


Includes: Picnic lunch, all activities and National Park fees.


Bring: Towel, Camera, Sunscreen, Hat, Swimming gear, Insect repellent, walking shoes, warm clothes (winter), sense of humour!


Our Moreton Island Snorkel and Sandboarding tour starts with a luxury cruise across beautiful Moreton Bay to Moreton Island. On arrival we board our 4WD and drive off the ferry directly on to the beach. Moreton Island is the worlds third largest sand island of which 98% is a protected National Park, with no sealed roads, 4WD is the only mode of transport!

Travelling by 4WD along Middle Road, we pass through thick eucalypt forest, featuring beautiful Xanthorrhoea (Grass Trees) up to 250 years old on our way to The Desert, the home of Sand Boarding.

Sand boarding and tobogganing is an awesome fun, high speed and high adrenalin activity and speeds of up to 50km/h can be reached. From beginners, young children and families, to the most adventurous adrenalin junkie, The Desert is the perfect place to learn, or fine tune, your sand boarding skills. This open sand dune is shaped every day by winds that form the perfect wave. Make sure you bring your camera to get plenty of impressive shots!

While a fresh picnic lunch is prepared by your guide take a moment to relax on the white sandy beach. Go for a leisurely walk or swim, or take some time out to sunbake.

After lunch we take you on a guided snorkel around the Tangalooma Shipwrecks. With 15 shipwrecks located just 50m off the beach, the Tangalooma Shipwrecks are home to one of Queensland’s most diverse marine eco systems. See a huge range of marine life including Butterbrim, blue and orange banded Parrotfish, Big Eye Trevally, Wobbegong, Blue-Tang Surgeonfish (Dory) and Clown Fish (Nemo)!

For those people who are not strong swimmers or do not wish to snorkel, Kayaking around the Shipwrecks is a fantastic alternative option. View these magnificent shipwrecks from above the water for a completely different outlook on Moreton Bay and its spectacular scenery. Kayaking may also be offered as an alternative to snorkelling should conditions be unfavourable.

Regrettably, we finish the day with our return to the ferry for a luxury cruise back to Brisbane.



Please note: Snorkelling is subject to tide and weather conditions and may change without notice. In the interest of passenger safety we reserve the right to substitute scheduled activities. Snorkelling instructors reserve the right to exclude passengers who cannot partake in activity safety.


About Us

We are owned and operated by Tom Skorzewski and John Aagten. We run tours to highlight, the beautiful Moreton Bay Marine Park and Moreton Island National Park. Our tours are designed for Nature lovers and outdoor people. Small groups allow for lots of group discussion and meeting like minded travelers from all over the world. Our tour guides are expertly trained from a varied background. All guides have significant guiding experience or have studied ecotourism related courses. All guides have senior first aid qualifications including oxygen treatment, snorkel guiding and rigorous in house 4WD training. We sincerely hope you enjoy your Moreton Bay tour!



Our Island Guides

Jonny: Jonny has been described by TNT Travel Magazine as a mellow version of Steve Irwin (Crocodile Hunter), he is a real nature buff. Jonny has been travelling around the Australian bush for the last 30 years being a guide in NT, Kimberly's and Central Australia. Jonny hitchhiked/backpacked Australia in the 70's, has lived with the indigenous and is a real ocher bloke. He is also a Scuba diving instructor, First Aid instructor.


Haydn: Lives in Southeast Queensland, he has fished, surfed and camped most places between Byron Bay and Hervey Bay.


Bruce: (the Sharkman) Sharkman has been going to Moreton island for family holidays for years. We held his job interview on Moreton Island Beach in Board shorts.