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Places to visit around MoretonBay

Moreton bay

Moreton Bay is a popular boating destination located 14km from central Brisbane, Queensland. Aside from cruising crystal-clear blue waters and white sand beaches, the region also offers a wide variety of activities. You can discover historically significant places, swim alongside abundant marine life and explore diverse landscapes of the national parks, Arriving by jet ski allows you to get closer to areas larger vessel’s can not access which often means less crowds too!

Peel Island

Peel Island on Horseshoe Bay is always a favourite especially by jet ski—. It can be crowded on a weekend. you can take the jet ski over southwest rocks. There are corals, clear water, good fishing, and also along the spit from the old jetty out to the reef half way to Cleveland Point. If the breeze is from the west, fish from The Bluff to Douglas Light.

Tangalooma Island Resort

One of the best Moreton Bay boating destinations is Tangalooma Island Resort, which is located on the western side of Moreton Island. The main attraction of this resort accommodation is the Tangalooma Shipwrecks — a cluster of 15 ships that were scuttled beginning in the ‘60s up until the ‘80s, On jet ski you can get right up close and personal and see all the wildlife living inside.
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St Helena Island

St Helena Island is located 21km east of Brisbane. There’s a lot of room for anchorage, so boaters can spend the day on the island. You’ll see a lot of Australian native animals, migratory seabirds, landscaped gardens and vine forests. The island, which is protected by the St Helena Island National Park, has historical significance. It used to be a maximum security prison for men. You can join guided tours to see the ruins of Queensland’s first penal settlement. There are also walking tracks and picnic areas on the island.

North Stradbroke Island

North Stradbroke Island is located 30km southeast of Brisbane. It’s notable for being the world’s second largest sand island. The island is also known for its white sandy beaches and freshwater lakes. You can swim, surf and fish on One Mile Beach. There’s also whale watching, snorkelling and scuba diving. While boating, there is a good chance you will encounter dolphins, manta rays and turtles.

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