Tangalooma Wild Dolphin Resort

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This is one of the few places in the world where visitors can hand feed wild dolphins in their natural environment and every evening, several wild dolphins swim here. The resort’s dolphin care programme staff supervises the nightly feedings to ensure the dolphins are not harmed in any way. Daily pelican feeding is another of Tangalooma’s natural animal attractions.

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Tangalooma Wild Dolphin Resort, Moreton Island QLD
Telephone (07) 3637 2000
Website www.tangalooma.com

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  • Mr, 14 Apr 2022

    Lovely beach but bit of a tourist trap. Food is awful for vegetarians eg. Tasteless pasta

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  • Jill, 29 Dec 2017

    The buffet breakfast is really nice - it has everything you need for a good day ahead including waffles, pancakes and even a honeycomb.

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  • Chilena, 13 May 2017

    Staying in a hotel room, oceanview could be better but trees blocked the view, beds comfortable, tea & coffee in room, boat transfer a bit steep $80 rtn, snorkel hire $20hr or $49 for day way too exp

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  • Niki, 15 Jan 2015

    Been coming for 25 years and can't get enough. The best place to get away and relax or take advantage of all the adventures. Love seeing the Dolphins every year too

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  • John, 12 Dec 2013

    Been coming here for years, great place to relax and recharge.

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  • Christine, 14 Sep 2013

    Just because guaranteed check in time at 3pm, we waited 6 hours and they refuse to put in afford to change us to another room

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  • Michael, 07 Sep 2013

    No American Express!!!

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  • FeiZhai, 11 Feb 2013

    Food is awful and expensive

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  • Nigel, 14 Apr 2012

    Love this place. So beautiful and relaxing. Don't forget to feed the dolphins.

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  • Andi Nahla, 15 Mar 2012

    Sand tabooganing was fun

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  • Amber, 04 Nov 2011

    Unless you are a Japanese tourist avoid this place. Old and rundown, awful food and very few English speaking staff. Also they charge for everything, free activities are lame.

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  • tracy, 31 Dec 2010

    we had the most relaxing holiday at Tangalooma

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  • Cord, 16 Oct 2010

    Awesome place assuming that the weather is good. If it rains, plan for a very expensive couple of days sitting in your hotel room.

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  • Laras, 05 Oct 2010

    well wellll

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  • Queensland, 29 Sep 2010

    Believe it or not, this award winning family resort was once a Humpback whaling station and would capture up to 500 whales per season.

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  • Sue, 23 May 2010

    Great place for a weekend getaway, quad biking, ocean swimming, kayaking...

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