Escape the city for a day of Moreton Bay wildlife spotting basking in the sun and sea spray.
Moreton Bay Marine Park is one of the largest and most unique estuarine bays in Australia, home to a variety of both tropical and temperate Moreton Bay marine animals such as turtles, wobbegong sharks, stingrays, manta ray, gropers, tropical and reef fish, bottlenose dolphins, dugongs, and whales (during humpback migration season).
Pumicestone Passage, the channel which separates Bribie Island from the mainland, is part of the marine park and acts as a rich habitat for a diversity of bird and marine life.
The passage and the bay offer great opportunities for marine life spotting.
The bay is a boating and water sports paradise.
The numerous boat ramps and beaches make it easy to go boating, kayaking, canoeing and stand-up paddle boarding, while the cruise tour operators provide a great variety of packages to suit everyone – from Pumicestone Passage sightseeing tours to The Wrecks Moreton Island snorkelling adventures.
With so many ways to explore Moreton Bay Marine Park why not give yourself more time to spy Moreton Bay marine animals by treating yourself to a Moreton Bay beach escape for a relaxed holiday or mini-break on Bribie Island or in Redcliffe.