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The weather on Moreton Island
The above is a climate diagram for Moreton Island. This year, January will have higher average temperatures. No heat wave is expected in July, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 10° low. The rainiest month is January while the driest month is August.
Holiday cottages at Moreton Island - Brisbane's own isle escape
If you're visiting Brisbane, staying on Moreton Island is a must. Just a ferry ride away, this island – the third-largest sand island in the world – is a little gem. Considered part of the city of Brisbane, it boasts white sands, sealife, large coastal dunes, pristine lakes, and a range of activities for all ages, along with a host of new holiday cottages close to the coastline.
Dolphin feeding with the Dolphin Care Program
For a memorable family activity and fun with the little ones, feed the dolphins around Moreton Island. Every evening around sunset, a school of wild bottlenose dolphins turns up, giving your family the chance to feed these cute animals.
The Dolphin Care Program's feeding tours normally include a buffet for your family as well as the dolphins, along with informative sessions led by passionate guides. Before you meet the animals, the guides will take you through the rules of dolphin feeding, educate you about dolphins and their behaviour, and regale you with the dolphins' names and descriptions of their personalities. You can then see the creatures up close and get an incredible selfie with the family.
Activities by the sea and sand
Whether you're a novice or a certified diver, snorkelling and scuba diving by Moreton Island is a brilliant experience, promising stunning coral formations, schools of tropical fish, and crystal-clear water. With more than a dozen sunken shipwrecks in the area, you're in for a unique treat – if you're lucky, you may even spot turtles and rare dugongs.
Besides snorkelling, you can indulge in glass-bottom kayaking to admire the coral reefs around the island. You can even kayak at night! Another interesting activity is sandboarding on the dunes by the sea. Climbing and sliding down Moreton Island's coastal dunes, some of the world's tallest, is an exhilarating experience. Afterwards, enjoy a quintessential Aussie barbeque on the beach along with some chilled beer and the sunset. Alternatively, head to one of the area's charming eateries to relish fresh seafood with some wine.
The ARB Moreton Island Fishing Classic
Moreton Island has its own beach fishing competition every spring (August/September), the ARB Moreton Island Fishing Classic. One of the most popular events around Brisbane, it has become a hit among families – even kids compete in their own category.
Since its kickoff in 2012, this competition has gained immense popularity, attracting major sponsors and offering bigger prizes. Touted as Brisbane's only island fishing competition, the ARB Classic is a relaxed event. Join in and appreciate the tropical setting and calm waters of Moreton Island.
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