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Just off the coast of Brisbane is Moreton Island, the third-largest sand island in the world ( Fraser Island, just a bit further north, takes the cake for biggest sand island). An idyllic island paradise, Moreton Island is best-known for feeding wild dolphins, snorkelling & camping. Pitch a tent, glamp in permanent tents, stay in Castaways cute beach cabins or at the popular Tangalooma Resort and bring your 4WD or book a tour to make the most of the island's stunning natural attractions.
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On the northern tip of Moreton Island, near the original lighthouse is the beautiful Honeymoon Bay. We only had a short stop on our way to Blue Lagoon, but I wish we'd stayed longer. Luckily, there is no shortage of idyllic beaches on Moreton...
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Moreton Island, Queensland, Australia
The cliffs around the lighthouse at Moreton Island provide the perfect vantage point for spotting sea creatures in the water below. We spotted turtles and dolphins during our visit in December. There are picnic tables, so you can bring lunch but...
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Blue Lagoon is a gorgeous, freshwater lagoon on Moreton Island. We brought some snacks, and we all squished up on the picnic rug on the very small and shallow beach. The lagoon is "tea tree" which means although the water is perfectly clear, in...
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Moreton Island, Queensland, Australia
The most beautiful beach I have ever seen is Eastern Beach on Moreton Island. You'll need a 4WD (or a tour) to get around the island, but it's worth the effort. When we visited, we were the only ones standing on this expansive sandy beach fringed...