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How much is parking at the Holt Street Wharf?

Parking at Holt Street Wharf is currently $15.00 per vehicle per day.

What is the water temperature on the Island?

Jan/Feb Ave: 26C
March/April 25C
May/June 23C
July/August 21C
September/October 22C
November/December 24C

Where does the Tangalooma launch depart from?

Our launch transfers depart from Holt Street Wharf, Pinkenba, Brisbane. For instructions and a map on how to get to Holt St Wharf, please click here.

How much does the bus from the Gold Coast cost and what time does it leave?

Tangalooma, in conjunction with Australian day Tour Company, pick up from all major Gold Coast hotels to connect with the daily 10 am launch service from Holt Street, Pinkenba, and drop off passengers from the 4.00 p.m. launch service back to the Gold Coast hotels.  Pick-ups at all Gold Coast Hotels daily start from 6.30 a.m. Bookings for this service are to be made at the time of the accommodation booking.
Cost per person is:
Adults $50.00 one way

Child $29.00 one way

Are there locker facilities available at the Resort for day guests?

Locker facilities are available for all Resort guests for a small fee.

Do you have a pick-up from city hotels?

Transfer connections with the 10am departure from Brisbane and 4pm departure from Tangalooma include all Gold Coast hotels, Brisbane Airports and Transit Centre, as well as catering for hotels in the regions of Brisbane inner city, South Bank and Kangaroo Point.

A coach service to connect with the 5pm departure from Brisbane is available from the Brisbane airport only.  A coach transfer to connect with the 9am departure from Tangalooma is also available to Brisbane Airport, Transit Centre, Brisbane inner city, South Bank and Kangaroo Point hotels. Please note that this service is not available for transfers to/from Gold Coast hotels.

A coach transfer to connect with the 7pm departure from Tangalooma is now also available to Brisbane inner city, South Bank and Kangaroo Point hotels and Gold Coast hotels.  Please note this service is NOT available on Saturdays.

Coach transfers from Gold Coast hotels will begin from 6.30am. Transfers from Brisbane City hotels will start from 8.15am and Transit Centre pick-ups start from 8.45am. Times will be confirmed with booking.

Brisbane Transit Centre pick up point is Bus Bay 22 on Level 3. Brisbane airport pick up times start from 9am then 4pm.

Costs associated with the coach transfers are as follows:

  • $20 per adult and $10 per child one way - transfers from Brisbane Airport, Transit Centre and inner city, South Bank and Kangaroo Point hotels.
  • $50 per adult and $29 per child one-way - transfers from Gold Coast Hotels

Please note that bookings are essential for all coach transfers.

Is there Internet access at the Resort?

An Internet kiosk is available at the Resort. Internet access is $2.00 for 10 minutes.

If I arrive by Barge (on foot) how will I get to the Resort?

When the Barge lands near the Tangalooma Wrecks, the Resort is only a 20 - 30 minute walk South down the beach. (Note: can be subject to soft sand and tide conditions thus may be strenuous)
The Moreton Island Taxi service can be contacted on ph: 3408 2661 and will run services from the Barge to Tangalooma Resort. (Note; Taxi service must be pre-booked.)

Are there disabled facilities at the Resort?

Tangalooma Resort is wheelchair friendly with disabled toilets and ramp access to most facilities. The hotel rooms in Kookaburra Lodge have lift access and wheelchair specific rooms.

What tours and activities are available at Tangalooma?

Tangalooma Wild Dolphin Resort offers a wide variety of educational, nature based and adventure activities. For a full list of tours and activites click here.

When is the Whale Watching Season?

The whale watching season runs from mid-June through to the end of October each year. Tangalooma’s Whale Watch Cruise can be booked by calling 07 3503 6789 and also includes a light lunch. For more information, click here.

When do the dolphins come in?

The dolphins arrive at the Resort at dusk each evening. During the Summer months (November – February), the dolphins arrive around 7.00pm. In Winter months, the dolphins arrive around 6.00pm. For more information on dolphin feeding, please click here.

Is there a car park at the Wharf?

An open-air car park is available for guests at the Tangalooma terminal at Holt St Wharf at a cost of $15 per vehicle, per day. The car park is fenced and locked each evening for security reasons.

Do you have day cruises? Do you see Dolphins on the day cruise?

Yes, we have day cruises to Tangalooma Wild Dolphin Resort. For more information, click here.
Unfortunately, passengers on the day cruise do not get to participate in the dolphin feeding program as the cruise departs the resort well before the dolphins usually arrive. However our Extended Day Cruise allows you to participate in the dolphin feeding.

Are there EFTPOS facilities at the Resort?

Tangalooma offers EFTPOS and Credit Card facilities at several locations at the resort including reception, resort shop, tours desk, restaurants and bar.

How long is the travel time from Holt Street Wharf to the Resort?

Travel time from Holt Street Wharf to Tangalooma Resort is 1 hour and 15 minutes.

What is the air temperature on the Island?

Jan/Feb Ave: 29C
March/April 25C
May/June 22C
July/August 20C
September/October 24C
November/December 28C

How do you interact with the Dolphins?

Guests first disinfect their hands and are given fish by the Dolphin Care Team. They then wade into the water to about knee depth. The dolphins swim up to the guests and take the fish from their hands. Swimming with or touching the dolphins is not allowed as we try to minimise stress on the dolphins and to keep the animals as wild as possible.