Unmissable Dolphin & Nature Experiences

Wild Dolphin Feeding, Education and Conservation

The untouched national and marine parks of Moreton Bay make Tangalooma one of the few destinations in the world where visitors can interact with native wildlife in their natural environment.

The island welcomes whales, dugongs, stingrays, countless sea birds and turtles but undoubtedly the favourite regulars are the family of wild bottlenose dolphins who visit our shores each evening to be hand-fed by resort guests. Since stealing the heart of resort owner Betty Osborne over 20 years ago, the dolphin family have become a key part of the Tangalooma Story. Experience their beauty for yourself as part of the evening dolphin feeding program. This memory will last a lifetime!

We embrace environmental protection and encourage guests to visit our The Eco Centre to learn more about these beautiful creatures and the work that we do.

Wild Dolphin Feeding

The highlight of any visit to Tangalooma is the opportunity to hand feed one of the wild bottlenose dolphins that visit the shores each evening at sunset.

The Eco Centre

The Eco Centre is unique from any other facility as the environment is right on the doorstep, with endangered animals frequently passing the shores.

Education & School Groups

Tangalooma is the perfect destination for school excursions and camps seeking a unique adventure, educational and nature based experience - right on Brisbane's doorstep!

Local Marine & Wildlife

Tangalooma and Moreton Island is the home to a wide variety of local and native wildlife protected by national parks.

About Moreton Island

Just a 75 minute ferry trip from Brisbane, Tangalooma Island Resort provides Brisbane’s closest access to the beautiful Moreton Island, home to amazing natural flora and fauna.

EarthCheck Accreditation

EarthCheck is the world’s leading scientific benchmarking, certification and advisory group for travel and tourism. Read more about our environmental commitment and journey so far.

Tangalooma EcoMarines

Tangalooma EcoMarines is a Brisbane based not-for-profit foundation. A registered charity, the foundation works to improve the water quality of waterways and adjacent environments throughout southeast Queensland.

Unauthorised entry prohibited to Dolphin Feeding Area

Entry is prohibited within the marked 'Special activity area' unless participating in the authorised dolphin feeding activity being conducted by Tangalooma Island Resort.

Dolphin feeding within this area is a declared special activity under the Marine Parks Act 2004 (click here to view area map). This area provides a controlled setting to protect the welfare of the dolphins and safety of persons participating in the activity.

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