Moreton Island, Off Brisbane, Tangalooma, Moreton Island, QLD, 4025
4/5 Very Good! (698 reviews)
"I love everything about the resort except the room where we stay very noise, we can hear noise come from room on both sides and upstairs downstairs. Plumbing noise when people turn on water. Can’t really relax with the noise when we stay in the room."
The price is AU$259 per night from 14 Aug. to 15 Aug.AU$259
14 Aug. - 15 Aug.
3.9/5 Very Good! (1,267 reviews)
"A brilliant place to stay, central to everything. We stayed in a sky high apartment that was an absolute delight, amazing view, tidy, clean and had everything we’d need. Reception staff were friendly and we enjoyed it so much we’re already organising our next stay!"
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You deserve a getaway, and a resort is the perfect place to indulge in all the amenities and services you need for a relaxing time in Brisbane. One of the comfortable resorts in the surrounding area could be just what you’re looking for, whether you want an amazing pool, shopping possibilities or activities for the youngsters.
Our highest-rated resorts around Brisbane: Tangalooma Island Resort - Beach property rated 3.5 stars. 29.2 mi (46.9 km) from Brisbane. Features 2 outdoor pools, 3 restaurants and a garden. Paradise Resort Gold Coast - Family-friendly property with a 3.5-star rating. 43.8 mi (70.5 km) from Brisbane. Has a free water park, a children’s pool and a fitness centre. Couran Cove Island Resort - Beach resort rated 4 stars. 34 mi (54.8 km) from Brisbane. Enjoy the 2 outdoor pools, 3 restaurants and a marina. Twin Waters Lagoon Retreat - 57.9 mi (93.2 km) from Brisbane. Amenities include a fitness centre, beach sunloungers and a garden. Luxe Unit with 160 degree ocean and beach views - 55.7 mi (89.6 km) from Brisbane. Access to an outdoor pool, a hot tub and a garden.
Travellers come to Brisbane for shopping and other popular activities, and say that there are lots of great restaurants here. Explore the interesting exhibits at Museum of Brisbane and Queensland Museum, or head to Queen Street Mall or North Quay for some retail therapy. If you want more to do in the area, you can spend time at XXXX Brewery or King George Square.
The hottest months are usually January and February, with an average temperature of 24°C, while the coldest months are July and August, with an average of 16°C. Average annual precipitation for Brisbane is 960 mm.
Fly into Brisbane Airport (BNE), which is located 8.2 mi (13.2 km) away. Head over to Grandchester Station to catch the metro.
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"Very convenient to airport and the shuttle bus to airport was great.Restaurant was very good.Staff were very nice and helpfull."
A verified traveller stayed at ibis Brisbane Airport Hotel
"We really enjoyed our stay.
Fantastic location especially if you want to get out for a lovely riverside walk every day like we did.
Big rooms with a great layout, great view - we had a River City King Suite.
The rooftop bar is great too - although we did get to enjoy it late afternoon before it got too busy. Great cocktails!
A verified traveller stayed at Emporium Hotel South Bank
"Really enjoyed our stay, everyone was helpful and friendly and the room was beautiful. . Would def love to go back one day. Only issue we had was finding where to go for valet parking, this could be explained a little better. I think because we are from a different state we didn’t realise you could drive in the mall amongst the pedestrians. 🙃"
A verified traveller stayed at Hyatt Regency Brisbane