Moreton Bay region is off the coast of Brisbane, in South East Queensland. The major islands of Moreton Bay includes Bribie, Moreton and North Stradbroke Islands. There are also a number of smaller islands including St Helena, Peel, Macleay, Lamb and Russell Islands. Moreton Bay also includes some bayside suburbs of Moreton Bay Regional, Brisbane City and Redlands City Councils.
Ferries- In order to get to Moreton and North Stradbroke Islands you must catch a passenger or vehicle ferry. There are a number of mainland departure points to get to the islands.
Getting to Moreton Island
Tangalooma Flyer - passenger ferry departs from Pinkenba
Moreton Island Micat - vehicle and passenger ferry departs from Port of Brisbane
Getting to North Stradbroke Island
Straddie Flyer Gold cats - passenger taxi departs from Cleveland
Stradbroke Ferries - vehicle ferry departs from Cleveland
Big Red Cat - Vehicle ferry departs from Cleveland
Whale Watching- From June to Novemember, humpback whales can be sighted in the waters in and surrounding Moreton Bay as they migrate along the Queensland coast. There are many specialised whale watching tours that run throughout the whale watching season.