Moreton Island Accommodation / Holiday Houses
Our Moreton Island accommodation has spectacular water views of Moreton Bay. These unique holiday rental properties are on the beachfront at the township of Bulwer on Moreton Island. If you are after a beach holiday at an ideal location that is private and close to the water, then you have found the place for your holiday. You will find our pricing is very reasonable.
This special accommodation at Moreton Island is located 50 kilometers east of Brisbane which is the capital city of the State of Queensland. Access to Moreton Island is by vehicle and passenger ferry from Brisbane and the ferry travel time is about 80 minutes. The ferry is named Micat and it is a vessel that carries 52 four wheel drive vehicles and 400 passengers. The trip across on Micat is a wonderful experience by itself . Moreton Island has beautiful white sandy beaches and is surrounded by crystal clear blue water. The condition of the beaches could only be described as pristine and basically untouched. Moreton Island is 98% National Park.
Our houses are always clean and ready for you when you arrive at the property. Part of our service is to attempt to have you into your accommodation as soon as possible after arriving on the island. When booking any accommodation with our business you will be dealing with the owner of the properties and not just a property manager. Because of this you will find your experience more personalized and your preparation for your stay will be well organized. Our Moreton Island Accommodation is of a high standard, well maintained and has the latest in solar power equipment and facilities.
Take a look at one of the finest privately owned houses on Moreton Island.
On the beachfront at the town of Bulwer at the north-western end of Moreton Island.
Check our Tariffs for the Seaview and Beachcomber accommodation.
Check out the up to date tide times in Bulwer for fishing and driving on the beach.
Check out the barge times between Moreton Island and Brisbane.
Check out the national parks on Moreton Island.