Nightly Activities

Temporary Changes to Resort Tours & Activities: There will be some activities that will not operate under the current COVID restrictions. Our cruise tours and island tours & activities will operate with fewer guests to ensure social distancing measures are adhered to. This may limit availability therefore we recommend booking prior to travel (if possible). We thank you for your understanding and support. View current status & restrictions on Resort services due to COVID-19 here.

Nightly Activities at Tangalooma Island Resort

Looking for a little bit of evening fun and games? Head down to the Resort Centre and join in on Monster Bingo, Horse Racing, Trivia or sing your lungs out with Karaoke! You can also relax, have fun and wind down at Tangalooma with different nightly activities on offer and enjoy drinks with your friends and listen to some casual live music every weekend thanks to the sounds of local live acts.

Please note, there is currently no nightly entertainment in the resort centre but live music will be played most Friday and Saturday nights - please check this week's What's On guide for details.

  • Bingo Nights
  • 120 Minutes
  • Horse Racing Cup
  • 120 Minutes
  • Karaoke Nights
  • 120 Minutes
  • Trivia Nights
  • 120 Minutes

Operator

Tangalooma Island Resort

Activity times

8pm

How to book

Bookings not required.

Terms and Conditions

Please note that Tangalooma Monster Bingo requires payment to participate, however spectators welcome. All profits from Tangalooma Monster Bingo go to supporting the Redcliffe Coastguard.

This information should be used as a guide only. Activity and tour details, prices and timings are subject to change at any time - please refer to the What's On Guide for specific tour details during your stay.

Tangalooma is a Private Resort - Official Guests Only

Only official authorised visitors to Tangalooma Island Resort are allowed to access the food & beverage outlets, Retail or general guest facilities of Tangalooma. Unauthorised casual visitors to Moreton Island are not permitted to use these facilities. See our Casual Visitor Policy for further information.

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