The Island has so much to offer there is plenty to keep you occupied for a week or more! The first attraction you will encounter is the wrecks which you will see as you arrive on the MiCat. This attraction comprises of 15 ships that were deliberately sunk to create an artificial reef. This reef provided safe harbour for boats as well as a great snorkelling opportunity.
Fishing is a popular pastime on Moreton with many species of fish in abundance in the region. Fresh bait is available from Bulwer as well as tide info. If you’re a keen fisherman then you may like to check out the annual TJM Moreton Island Fishing Classic – here
Cape Moreton Lighthouse is the oldest operating lighthouse in Queensland – it is only a short walk from the car park up to the lighthouse, which offers some great views of the ocean. It is also a great location to spot sea life from turtles and dolphins to whales during the winter months. There is also an information centre at the lighthouse.
Just down the road from Cape Moreton is North Point where you can swim in the Champaign Pools or walk over the headland to Honeymoon Bay. You can easily spend a day here relaxing under a tree.