Moreton Bay Marine Park
Photo: Queensland Government.
Facilities and activities
The waters of Moreton Bay, from Caloundra to the southern tip of South Stradbroke Island and extending three nautical miles seaward from Moreton Island and North and South Stradbroke islands.
On Brisbane's doorstep, the wide expanse of Moreton Bay, offshore reefs, its numerous islands, internationally significant wetlands, seagrass meadows and sandy beaches make this park a haven for wildlife and people.
- Regulatory notice—motor vehicles prohibited Bullock Creek Claypan
- Regulatory notice—limit of use for buoy moorings at Flinders Reef and Flat Rock
- Moreton Bay Marine Park zoning maps and resources
- Marine Parks (Moreton Bay) Zoning Plan 2008
- Oyster management plan for Moreton Bay Marine Park 2015
- History of the zoning plan
- Moreton Bay artificial reefs
- Use of jet skis and motorised personal watercraft
- Boat strike impact on turtle and dugong in Moreton Bay
- Approval checklist for buoy moorings within Moreton Bay Marine Park
- Shorebirds in Moreton Bay
- Shorebird Management Strategy
- Whale watching guidelines video
- Go slow for those below
- Use the marine park wisely
- Biodegradeable bait bags
- Species lists