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Tangalooma Wrecks Aerial Featured Aerial Views Print

Tangalooma Wrecks Aerial

One of the most famous wrecks on Moreton Island is the Tangalooma Wrecks. Fifteen vessels that were deliberately sunk to form a breakwall for small boats also creating an amazing wreck dive and snorkel site

© Meaghan Skinner

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Tallebudgera Creek Featured Aerial Views Print

Tallebudgera Creek

Ancient Aborigines used to call this Gold Coast suburb "good fish" and you'll hear no argument from anyone on this apt name. For Tallebudgera is best known for its sparkling creek which is framed by the Burleigh Heads National Park on one side and Palm Beach on the other. This is the focal point for any visit to Tallebudgera where the lifestyle is all about camping, swimming, picnicking, kayaking and a spot of fishing or two.
So popular is the campground here, that generations of families return each summer to claim their favourite spot at the Tallebudgera Creek Tourist Park which is perched on the edge of this estuary. For those looking for a little luxury there's also two and three bedroom waterfront villas, or basic lodgings for those on a budget

Tangalooma Shipwrecks Featured Aerial Views Print

Tangalooma Shipwrecks

Beautiful day in Queensland, Australia where the water clarity is amazingly clear and the sun shows its colours at its very best. The Tangalooma Shipwrecks can be seen clearly through the water. a cluster of ships scuttled by the Queensland Government between 1963 and 1984 to provide safe anchorage spot for recreational boat owners on the eastern side of Moreton Bay. Coral is now starting to form in and around the wrecks, providing a haven for over 100 species of fish and sometimes even dolphins, wobbegongs and dugongs. The wrecks are home to a variety of different reef fish, coral formations and marine life