Moreton Bay is home to approximately 600 bottlenose dolphins and each evening as the sun begins to set across the water, a small pod makes their way to the shores of Tangalooma Island Resort.click on the image for more
Secluded in the midst of picturesque Tin Can Inlet, experience a tranquil getaway to this area known for its eco-tourism surroundings.click on the image for more
Get below the surface to discover a world of fun and adventure at Sea World! Flip out with the dolphins; seal a new friendship with a kiss or dare to dive with the predators of the deep! Come and meet Australia's only baby Polar Bear 'Henry'.click on the image for more
Swimming in pods, dolphins are often seen gliding through the Queensland surf or leaping playfully in front of boats as they sail the seas. If you’ve dreamed of getting up close to dolphins in the wild, you’re in luck!
Queensland is fortunate enough to have two locations where you can experience a wild dolphin encounter all year round. Whether it’s welcoming a family of Bottlenose dolphins at Moreton Island at sunset or feeding the Pacific Humpback dolphins at Tin Can Bay near the Sunshine Coast each morning, these friendly animals will be happy to take a tasty fresh fish or two off your hands.
Another great place to see dolphins up close is at Seaworld on the Gold Coast. Catch the daily show or tick a box on your bucket list by taking up the chance to swim with them in the lagoon. Whichever option you choose, it’s sure to be one of the highlights during your visit to Queensland.