Tangalooma

Jules at Tangalooma
Tangalooma, AustraliaTangaloomaAustraliaSunset over the jetty.Tangalooma, AustraliaTangaloomaAustraliaWith a wingspan of up to 2.5m, Australian Pelicans are massive. They hang about the jetty much of the day then head to the north of the island to a...Tangalooma, AustraliaTangaloomaAustralia4WD is the only way to get around on Moreton Island, but Tangalooma Resort has an expanse of beach that is pedestrian only. It is blocked off...Tangalooma, AustraliaTangaloomaAustraliaAustralian Pelican. The colouring on the beak is quite clear here.The hook on the end of the beak for piercing fish is also visible here.Tangalooma, AustraliaTangaloomaAustraliaDespite the size difference, this pelican wasn't able to bully the fish out of this cormorant!Tangalooma, AustraliaTangaloomaAustraliaShip wrecks on New Year's DayTangalooma, AustraliaTangaloomaAustraliaPied Cormorant at Tangalooma Resort on Moreton Island off the Queensland coast. There is bird feeding every morning with Australian Pelicans, Pied...Tangalooma, AustraliaTangaloomaAustraliaStormy sunset over the jetty.Tangalooma, AustraliaTangaloomaAustraliaTangalooma Wrecks, Moreton IslandTangalooma, AustraliaTangaloomaAustraliaWhite Bellied Sea Eagle keeping watch. They are the 2nd largest raptor in Australia and there are several of them up the western coast of Moreton...Tangalooma, AustraliaTangaloomaAustraliaStarfish wash up on the beach with certain tides. They will die if out of the water for too long, so it is encouraged to pick them up and throw...Tangalooma, AustraliaTangaloomaAustraliaThe cormorants manage to get in on occasion and steal the fish from the pelicans. Not this time though...Tangalooma, AustraliaTangaloomaAustraliaBy sheer chance we saw this Logger Head Turtle laying her eggs in the early hours of New Years Day...!!!Tangalooma, AustraliaTangaloomaAustralia3 fish thrown to pelicans, 3 fish caught by cormorants - the pelicans are not happy!Tangalooma, AustraliaTangaloomaAustraliaPelican busy fishing.Tangalooma, AustraliaTangaloomaAustraliaWhite faced herons.Tangalooma, AustraliaTangaloomaAustraliaWhite-faced Grey Herons. There were 5 of them constantly hanging about the aquarium. Hilariously, they fished there every day, despite there being...Tangalooma, AustraliaTangaloomaAustraliaOver a channel from the beach is a sea grass bed on a sand bank. Dugong hang about there sometimes and we were lucky enough to see one grazing. We...Tangalooma, AustraliaTangaloomaAustraliaWelcome Swallow. These were all around the apartments and were not shy. If you left the door open, they would do a lap of the apartment too.Tangalooma, AustraliaTangaloomaAustraliaDo yourself a favour and go camping here, it's mind boggling how close it is to Brisbane city and just how beautiful it really is.
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