At the gates of Brisbane, the wide expanse of Moreton Bay, the offshore reefs, its many islands, wetlands of international importance, seagrass meadows and sandy beaches make this park a paradise for wildlife and people. The marine park provides protection to sensitive reef sites near Tangalooma and Flinders Reef. It includes waterways such as Lake Coombabah, protected inlets, open seas, mangrove forests, swamps, marshes, tidal marshes, sandbanks and seagrass beds. It is a temporary home for migratory shorebirds that live in wetlands. Dugongs, whales and turtles swim in the waters of the bay.
Six of the world's seven species of sea turtles inhabit the park. The wetlands are located on the edge of Moreton Bay, between Nudgee Beach, Boondall and Shorncliffe, and include approximately 1150 hectares of marshes, mangroves, marshes, melaleuca wetlands, grasslands, and open woodland. The waters of Moreton Bay, from Caloundra to the southern tip of South Stradbroke Island, extend three nautical miles out to sea from Moreton Island and the North and South Stradbroke Islands. The Tinchi Tamba wetland reserve covers more than 380 hectares and is part of a network of coastal wetlands on the outskirts of Moreton Bay. The Moreton Bay Marine Park was established in 1993 to protect ecologically important habitats in Moreton Bay. If you're looking for an unforgettable outdoor experience in Queensland, then look no further than Moreton Bay.
This stunning natural wonder is home to a variety of national parks and nature reserves that offer visitors a chance to explore its diverse ecosystems. From its lush wetlands to its vibrant coral reefs and sandy beaches, there's something for everyone to enjoy in this beautiful part of Australia. The Tinchi Tamba wetland reserve is one of the most popular nature reserves in Moreton Bay. This 380-hectare reserve is home to a variety of wildlife including migratory shorebirds, dugongs, whales and turtles. Visitors can explore its mangrove forests, swamps and marshes on guided tours or take part in educational programs about the local environment. The Moreton Bay Marine Park is another popular destination for nature lovers.
This park protects sensitive reef sites near Tangalooma and Flinders Reef as well as providing protection for six species of sea turtles that inhabit the area. Visitors can explore its open seas, protected inlets and seagrass beds on boat tours or take part in educational programs about marine conservation. For those looking for a more adventurous experience in Moreton Bay, there are plenty of national parks to explore. From Nudgee Beach to Boondall and Shorncliffe, visitors can explore its many islands and wetlands on guided walks or take part in educational programs about local wildlife. Moreton Bay is an incredible natural wonder that offers visitors a chance to explore its diverse ecosystems. Whether you're looking for an unforgettable outdoor experience or an educational program about local wildlife or marine conservation, there's something for everyone to enjoy in this beautiful part of Australia.