Duration: 1.5 Hours
Overview: See the incredible new marine and aquatic experience that has just been launched at Tangalooma Island Resort. The Tangalooma's 'Illuminated Wrecks Tour', a glass bottom boat experience allowing guests to explore Tangalooma's underwater life in a whole new light. Experience the glass bottom boat with full underwater light illuminations, full walk access around across glass viewing unit and fish feeding pods. Underwater video camera with live stream to see the marine life whilst you are on board.
Access - The tours are exclusively available to official guests of Tangalooma Island Resort.
Duration: At your own pace
Overview: Australia Zoo, the award winning attraction and home of the Crocodile Hunter is a 70 acre tropical oasis amid beautiful natural bush land on Queensland's Sunshine Coast which is less than an hour north of Brisbane or 1.5 hours north of the Gold Coast. See amazing wildlife shows daily. Get in on all the animal action in the 5000 seat Animal Planet Crocoseum.
NEW - Australia Zoo in partnership with Fox studios and Visit Sunshine Coast has been caught up in a blizzard of snow for our very own Ice Age! To celebrate the release of the new movie Ice Age: Collision Course, Australia Zoo has real-life snow and snow themed activities such as toboggan rides available for guests to take part in at no extra cost. Enjoy the rare Queensland experience with some guests seeing snow for the first time at the Zoo! The excitement isn't just for the kids either, with plenty of adults taking part and animals dropping by to check out the new scenery and enjoy the cooler climate.
Duration: 4 Hours 15 Minutes
Overview: Spend the afternoon exploring Brisbane. Travel through the city centre and see historic buildings like Parliament House and GPO. Travel to Mt. Coot-tha for spectacular panoramic views of the city. Head to Lone Pine, the world's largest Koala Sanctuary (entry included). Cuddle a koala (own expense) and see Australian wildlife close-up before being returning to your hotel.
Duration: 7 Hour 30 Minutes
Overview: See the historic buildings of Brisbane such as Parliament House, GPO and the famous XXXX Brewery. Enjoy a relaxing cruise through the city centre, morning tea included. Then it's on to Mt. Coot-tha Lookout for spectacular panoramic views of the city. Visit Lone Pine, the world's largest Koala Sanctuary (entry included), cuddle a Koala (own expense) and see Australian wildlife close-up. Return to your hotel.
Duration: 8 Hours 45 Minutes
Overview: Expect exciting wildlife shows and some up close and personal animal encounters at Australia Zoo made famous by Steve and Terri Irwin. It is home to over 1000 native and exotic species of wildlife. Get hands-on with cuddly koalas, wombats, snakes and kangaroos. Come face to face with majestic tigers, hand-feed the elephants or get your photo taken with a baby alligator!
Duration: 8 Hours 45 Minutes
Overview: Each year the magnificent Humpback Whales journey some 16,000 kms from Antarctica to mate and calf in the warm waters of the Barrier Reef. They return to Antarctica before returning 12 months later to give birth to their calves. Cruise into Moreton Bay to see Turtles and Stingrays whilst seeking out the mighty Humpback Whales. Enjoy a light lunch on board. Visit Moreton Island and the Tangalooma Resort.
Duration: 11 Hour 30 Minutes
Overview: Discover the beauty of Tangalooma on this tour to Moreton Island. Surrounded by crystal clear waters, white sandy beaches and fringed by untouched national parks Tangalooma offers a unique adventure experience. It takes an hour to cross Moreton Bay by boat. On arrival enjoy a 4WD desert safari tour including sand tobogganing. Then have a buffet lunch followed by free time to explore this natural wonderland.
The star attraction is hand feeding a pod of wild bottlenose dolphins. Moreton Bay is home to approx 600 bottlenose dolphins and Tangalooma is lucky to be visited on a nightly basis by a small pod. As the sun sets, the dolphins begin to hunt, play and socialize right beneath the jetty. Wade into the water and feed these playful creatures.
Duration: 14 Hours 30 Minutes
Overview: Depart Brisbane and swap to an air-conditioned 4WD at Noosaville. Cross the Noosa River via cable ferry to the Cooloola National Park. See Teewah or Rainbow Beach colored sands before stopping for morning tea on the beach. Catch the barge to Fraser Island and travel along 75 Mile Beach before arriving at Central Station or Pile Valley for a guided rainforest walk. Enjoy an Aussie BBQ lunch with beverages, followed by a refreshing swim in either Lake McKenzie or Lake Birrabeen. Return through the forests of Satinay enjoying an afternoon tea stop on a remote beach before returning to your hotel.
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