Over the years, fifteen vessels have been deliberately sunk to form a breakwall for small boats, as well as a wreck dive and snorkel site. The crystal clear waters offer amazing visibility to view an array of marine life and corals. Located in an average depth of 12 metres of water, access is directly from the beach and offers a reef, wreck, drift, and naturalist dive all in one.
Situated on Moreton Island, Australia's third-largest sand island, Tangalooma offers plenty to see and do. 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.