Moreton Bay, Australia

Moreton Bay is located 8.7 mi from central Brisbane, Queensland. The waters of Moreton Bay are a popular destination for recreational anglers and are used by commercial operators who provide seafood to market. Enjoy the natural beauty of Moreton Bay. We are the closest and only yachting company with a large range of Crewed Day Sails, Captained Yachts, Self drive or Bareboat yachts and Fishing Tinnies to explore this protected bay with 360 diverse islands for you to play on and around. We are standing by to answer any questions you may have! Our fleet base is conveniently located steps from the bay.

Moreton Island

Moreton Island the third largest sand island in the world. Crystal-clear lakes and lagoons exist among tall sand dunes, abundant wildflowers and pristine beaches. Hand feed wild dolphins, and dive or snorkel among mysterious wrecks and pristine waters, or watch silhouettes of fishermen casting their lines in lingering twilight. Humpback whales migrate through here June through October! 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. Experience this rare opportunity to hand-feed the dolphins all year round. The wrecks of Tangalooma where all placed here and were used for dredging the Brisbane river around the second world war. We have a property directly across from the wrecks to develop and use as a base for our activities on Moreton Island.

Bribie Island

Bribie Island is the smallest and most northerly of three major sand islands forming the coastline sheltering the northern part of Moreton Bay, Queensland, Australia. Wherever you go on Bribie Island, you’ll find something special. The region’s world-class shopping, restaurants, bars and galleries are encircled by stunning beaches, pristine national parks and the magnificent Pumicestone Passage. Bribie Island is one of natures most impressive feats, a sand island full of natural wonders. Bribie Island is surrounded by natural beauty and full of history. Offering spectacular sight seeing,adrenalin-rush fishing, Bribie Island is a deeply tranquil holiday location. Relax on our beaches, kayak in our crystal clear waters, watch spectacular birdlife or catch the ferry up the Pumicestone Passage and discover the history and wildlife. Boasting some of the best beaches and animal habitat experiences, Bribie Island is a must see destination for everyone. Bribie is the only Moreton Bay Island that has a bridge to the mainland! Perfect if you need to pick someone up.

Stradbroke Islands

Stradbroke Islands, colloquially Straddie or North and South Straddie, is an island that lies within Moreton Bay in the Australian state of Queensland, 30 kilometres southeast of the capital Brisbane. North Stradbroke island is a paradise for nature lovers and adventurers. Whale watching, Snorkeling & SCUBA, Hiking with unspoiled white sandy beaches. South Stradbroke has hundreds of wild wallabies that are usually human orientated. These make up two of the 360 Islands in the Moreton Bay Region

North Stradbroke Island
North Stradbroke Island

St Helena Island

St Helena Island is Queensland’s most historic island. Conveniently located in Moreton Bay just four kilometres from the mouth of the Brisbane River, this beautiful National Park was home to hundreds of society’s outcasts for more than 60 years. Here stood colonial Queensland’s foremost maximum security prison for men. The Island is rich in history and has a fascinating and colorful past. Local Australian Aborigines called the island Noogoon but it was renamed St Helena after an aboriginal named Napoleon was exiled there in 1826.


Tangalooma is famous for the Tangalooma wild dolphin resort but now has more options as their are private homes located atop the hill behind the resort with spectacular views across Moreton Bay. Another destination here is the Tangalooma Wrecks

The wrecks of Tangalooma on Moreton Island
The wrecks of Tangalooma on Moreton Island


The most protected part of the bay for those seeking calmer waters is surrounded by a series of islands right down to the Gold Coast Broadwater. The inhabited islands include Coochiemudlo, Karragarra, Lamb, Macleay and Russell. In this tranquil waterway you will find protection no matter where the wind is blowing from and there are several marinas and many anchorages along the way.

Many say that Moreton Bay is Australia’s best keep secret when it comes to boating grounds, but it really is no secret, nor is the rest of Queensland’s vast coastline.


Gold Coast, Australia
Gold Coast, Australia

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