As the days get shorter and the temperature drops, you may be tempted to retreat to the warmth and comfort of the indoors. But what many don’t realise is that a mid-year holiday can be just the thing to fight off those winter blues.
Whatever you prefer to do on your holiday, here are a few of the activities to enjoy on Morton Island this winter:
Guided walks - The cool weather is perfect for leisurely walks around Moreton Island. You can join one of Tangalooma Island Resort’s qualified eco rangers on a guided walk, or follow one of the many marked tracks around the island. Learn a little about the island and enjoy the beautiful flora and fauna without the discomfort of a sweaty summer’s day.
Whale watching- Moreton Island’s most popular winter activity is whale watching. From as early as May up until mid-November, these majestic marine giants can be spotted making their way up the east coast on the annual migration. The resort offers whale watching cruises from mid-June till late October. Whether you’re planning a day trip or a week-long vacation, this is one winter activity you cannot miss.
Dolphin feeding - One of the most popular activities on Moreton Island is the nightly dolphin feeding. The wild dolphin feeding program, offered by Tangalooma Island Resort, is a once in a life time experience and a little cold water shouldn’t stop you from seizing opportunity to get up close and personal with these amazing creatures.
Pamper yourself - After a day of activities, imagine sitting on the balcony, red wine in hand as you look out at the sun setting over the ocean. Tangalooma Island Resort has a variety of holiday accommodation options, perfect for family getaway or an intimate winter retreat. You can even pay a visit to the Tangalooma Island Resort massage and beauty hut to enjoy an indulgent massage or facial.
Don’t let the cold weather hold you back from planning a holiday on Moreton Island this winter. For more information about the range of activities available, or to book your winter retreat by the ocean, call the friendly staff at Tangalooma Island Resort today.