A parent’s guide to family friendly fun at Tangalooma Island Resort

To provide inspiration and make planning as easy as possible for families travelling domestically in 2021, Tangalooma Island Resort has put together the greatest ways Aussie families can reconnect with the region with plenty to keep the entire family entertained.

Moreton Bay is home to approximately 600 bottlenose dolphins, and every evening two tight-knit pods visit our shores, where guests have the opportunity to hand feed these playful creatures. You will have the opportunity to get up close and personal with the dolphins with guidance from experienced Eco Rangers, and watch as the dolphins swim right up and take a fish from your hand.

For those who may not want to get into the water, the adjacent jetty viewing area gives you the perfect view of dolphins receiving their dinner.

Tangalooma’s wild dolphin feeding program is now in its third decade, with 12 regular dolphins who visit the island each night. Before the feeding experience, you could head over to the Eco Centre to learn more about the history of the dolphin feeding program and what environmental protection initiatives are being embraced here at Tangalooma Island Resort.

Wild dolphin feeding can either be enjoyed as an addition to a day trip to the island, or is inclusive with an overnight stay. A weekend of fun could certainly be on the cards, with a wide range of sea and land-based activities available. 

Suitable for all ages, the wild dolphin feeding at Tangalooma Island Resort is certainly an unforgettable experience for the entire family.

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