Moreton Island can be accessed by foot, by 4WD or by boat!
Note: As Moreton Island is all sand and the tracks are all sand, the only vehicles that can operate on the Island are 4WD.
Sand driving can be difficult and dangerous. Take care, keep below the speed limit and remember ALL road rules apply.
Click on tips for driving on sand for essential safety tips.
A vehicle access permit must be obtained before driving on Moreton Island—fees apply. All vehicles must be registered and have a valid permit. You must clearly display the details of your permit on your vehicle for inspection by authorised officers.
Ensure you obtain your permit before arriving on Moreton Island. Permits may be purchased online, at an over-the-counter booking officeor by phone on 13 QGOV (13 74 68) — mobile phone charges may apply. Permits may also be obtained as part of your MICAT booking.
Regular passenger and vehicular barge service operate between Brisbane and Tangalooma, Moreton Island.
The following information is provided in good faith, and may change from time-to-time. Please check the accuracy directly with these third party services.
Note: Passenger transfers between the Tangalooma Jetty and Tangalooma Hilltop Haven are available and should be booked via the Tangalooma flyer passenger service. Alternatively, in-resort buggy hire is available from Tangalooma Hilltop Haven or on-island 4WD hire is available via Tangalooma Island Resort.
Private Boat Moorings are also available by contacting Tangalooma Water Sports on Phone: +61 7 3410 6924. Please note that this must be done prior to arrival.
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