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Telegraph Track
Moreton Island
The Telegraph Track on Moreton Island National Park lets you explore the most natural of the large sand islands located in Moreton Bay's sheltered waters.
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Tangalooma Wrecks Dive Site
Moreton Island
Fifteen vessels have been deliberately sunk on the landward side of Moreton Island to form a breakwall for small boats and a wreck dive and snorkel site. The Tangalooma Wrecks provide good diving in depths from 2-10m. Even in this shallow water, the wrecks attract an amazing amount of marine life, including wobbegongs, trevally, kingfish, yellowtail and lots of tropical fish.
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Tangalooma Dolphin Feeding
Moreton Island
Moreton Bay is home to approximately 600 bottlenose dolphins and each evening as the sun begins to set across the water, a small pod makes their way to the shores of Tangalooma Island Resort. Since 1992, resort guests have had the opportunity to hand feed the dolphins as part of the Tangalooma wild dolphin feeding program.
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Categories: Historical Sites and Heritage Locations; Natural Attractions; Zoos, Sanctuaries, Aquariums and Wildlife Parks;
Mount Tempest
Moreton Island
Moreton Island is the most natural of the large sand islands located in Moreton Bay
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Moreton Island National Park
Moreton Island
Moreton Island National Park offers a playground of beaches, dunes, coastal heath, woodlands and shallow freshwater lagoons. Add a rocky outcrop and the historic Cape Moreton lighthouse and you have a recipe for discovery and relaxation.
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Moreton Island Lighthouse
Moreton Island
Moreton Island Lighthouse was the first lighthouse built in Queensland. The tower is built on a rare rocky promontory on a sand island and is constructed of sandstone quarried on Moreton Island.
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Henderson's Rock Dive Site
Moreton Island
One of Brisbane's better and less frequented dive sites. There are deep ledges, overhangs and caves, hidden and partly obscured by thick kelp, all to be explored. Keep an eye out for the Ornate crayfish, which is prolific in this area. Expect sightings of Grey Nurse Sharks in winter where they occasionally school up in the main gutter to the north of the shallow rock. Other species of shark like Gummy Sharks, Leopard Sharks and Wobbegong also frequent the area.
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Gotham City Dive Site
Moreton Island
In the Moreton Bay area north of Moreton Island and off Brisbane, a giant Granite Rock extends 15 metres up from the sandy bottom. It looks like a giant fridge lying on its side, 40 metres by 25 metres wide. Sheer cliffs rise from the bottom on three sides, with a few shallow caves. Originally called Emporers Tomb because of the abundance of Red Emporer, a typo had it renamed Gotham City in the ships logbook and it has been named so ever since.
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Curtain Artificial Reef Dive Site
Moreton Island
Curtain Artificial Reef is a popular dive site in Moreton Bay and is easily accessible from Brisbane.
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Cherubs Cave Dive Site
Moreton Island
A small concrete cherub once marked the main entrance to this hidden cave off Moreton Island (it was last seen near the engine of the 'St Paul', 6 miles north). The large circular shaped cave roughly measures 20 by 15 metres and has six exits. The entire area is surrounded by rocky gullies, smaller caves, overhangs, pelagic life, a large resident Queensland Groper and Grey Nurse Sharks.
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