Sadly, for many, it’s come to that time of year, the school holidays are over, parents are going back to their hectic work life, and the kids are supposed to be heads down tails up studying. This all sounds quite gloomy and something many dread, especially if this is what is going to continue until the next school holidays roll around. Yet, it doesn’t have to be all doom and gloom.
While you spend the week studying and/or working, there is always the weekend to escape from the drag of the work week routine. And what better way to spend the weekend than on Tangalooma, which is only just over 1 hour away. Jump on the 9am Ferry, and take the 7pm Ferry home the same day, or spend a night in one of their luxurious resorts. Could you think of a better way to spend your weekend?
Once you get to Tangalooma, you feel as if you are 1,000 of kilometres away from the hustle and the bustle of the city. This is only one of the things that makes Tangalooma that much better than your regular beach trip to the Gold Coast or Sunshine Coast.
Once you get to Tangalooma Island Resort, there are over 80 activities that you can participate in on the island, and over 40 of them are free. One of Tangalooma’s most popular and loved activities is their night dolphin feeding With this program, you are able to hand feed the dolphins – one of life’s must do’s.
Tangalooma offer a dolphin cruise package which includes a return trip from Brisbane, dolphin feeding experience, presentations from Tangalooma’s own Marine Education and Conservation Centre, up to 10 hours at the resort (depending on which ferry you take over), full access and use of the resorts facilities, and a dolphin behaviour and data collection lecture.
Tangalooma is the perfect spot for a sly day trip, or even a family holiday over the weekend, or a long weekend.
So, if dolphin feeding, or even just spending a day on what feels like a secluded, remote island, sounds like your perfect escape, contact Tangalooma Island Resort today.