Book a Casual Visitor Pass


to book a Casual Day Visitor Pass You must agree to the following terms and conditions


Casual Visitor Passes temporarily suspended until further notice. We apologise for any inconvenience.

How to get to Moreton Island

You must arrange your own transport to Moreton Island.

If you are looking for a day trip to Tangalooma inclusive of a return boat from Brisbane with lunch please visit our Day Cruise Page. You will not require a Casual Visitor Pass if you come to Tangalooma via a Tangalooma Island Resort Day Cruise)

Access times

Casual Day Visitor Passes allow authorised guests access to the resort facilities only between the hours of 8:30am and 6pm only. Upon arrival all guests in the travelling party must proceed directly to reception with their identification to validate the pass.

Arriving by boat or personal watercraft?

All motorised watercraft must be safely beached or anchored in the designated beach landing zone. When doing so note that you must respect and give way to swimmers, non-motorised watersports participants, and Tangalooma’s approved commercial vessels that are already using the area.Your vessel must travel at no more than 6knts and there should be no wash within 200metres of the beach.

Tangalooma does not accept any responsibility for the security of such watercraft landed on its beach. Casual Day Visitors must adhere to these guidelines and any further instructions from Tangalooma employees, or they will be denied access to the resort precinct and void their pass.

Tangalooma Island Resort reserves the right to change the location of the beach landing zone at its full discretion.

Upon arrival to the resort precinct

  • After 8:30am you will be allowed to access the resort premises - you will be asked by staff to present the booking confirmation receipt by Tangalooma staff to access the grounds

  • The entire travelling party must immediately proceed to the resort reception with the photographic ID that was used when making the booking to validate the pass. Failure to provide Identification upon arrival, or validating the pass will void the validity of the booking.

  • You may use the designated facilities until no later than 6pm

Resort access privileges

Casual Day Visitor Pass holders will be eligible to use the following resort facilities between 8:30am and 6:00pm:

  • Food, beverage, and retail facilities,

  • Toilet facilities

  • Tangalooma Marine Education Centre

  • Activities and tours (on a standby basis)

To ensure the limited number of passes are evenly distributed, casual guests can only visit the resort once in any seven day period irrespective of whether they made the booking or if they are travelling on somebody else's booking.

Dress requirements

All Casual Day Visitors will be required to wear footwear at all times whilst moving around the resort premises, and clothing must be dry and appropriate when visiting resort outlets. No nudity or clothing/costumes that in the opinion of the management are inappropriate/offensive/controversial, will be permitted.


All guests must follow any direction from Tangalooma Island Resort staff at all times. Guests must be respectful to staff and other guests at all times. Unnecessarily loud, antisocial, or obnoxious behaviour will not be tolerated at any time, nor will guests who appear to be under the influence of drugs or appear to be intoxicated. 

Licensed venue & Alcohol

As Tangalooma Island Resort and Tangalooma Launches are fully licensed, no personal alcohol can be brought onto either the launch vessels or the resort. Tangalooma practices responsible service of alcohol and excessive consumption of alcohol will result in exclusion from the resort. We also reserve the right to revoke access to guests who appear to be intoxicated.

Wild Dolphin Feeding

Casual Visitors are not permitted to partake in the nightly Wild Dolphin Feeding. Casual Visitors are to vacate the resort premises by no later than 6pm.

Management rights

Tangalooma Island Resort is a private facility and as such management reserves the right to revoke access to the resort, without notice, at any time at its sole discretion. Tangalooma may also dishonour bookings at any time from guests who have disobeyed these terms on previous visits

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