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There are shops for general grocery items at Kooringal, Bulwer and Tangalooma.
There are no banks on Moreton Island.
The Bulwer Store does have EFTPOS facilities with the Cash Out option. There is a minimum purchase of $15.
There is also an ATM located at the Tangalooma Resort
Very Limited: standard telstra phone reception in most beach areas, 3g and 4g coverage in https://www.acheterviagrafr24.com/generic-viagra/ most beach areas. The phone reception comes from Woorim on Bribie Island so the closer you are to Bribie or if you can see it, the better. There is also a mobile repeater at Tangalooma giving better reception. There is a public phone located at Kooringal.
There is no longer a fuel station on Moreton Island. If you are bringing your 4WD over you will need to bring fuel with you. Bulwer General Store sells fuel in 20 L drums only. Contact Bulwer General Store prior to commencing your trip to ensure supplies are available.
Bulwer Store offers gas bottle exchange for 9 kg only.
Small quantities of firewood can be bought on Moreton at Bulwer but it is best to bring your own from the mainland
Ambulance/Police/Fire - For all emergencies call 000 If no mobile reception try 112
There is a full time ambulance on the island and first aid.
There are Volunteer Fire Stations based in each township and also SES(State Emergency Services). On the Eastern beach there are Yellow signs every 2 kms to give emergency services your approximate location
Public Toilets are available at all established Campgrounds.
There is also a public toilet located at the northern end of Bulwer near the heli-pad
It is best to treat all water collected on the island before drinking. Water is available at:
Big Sandhills on the western beach
Rous Battery on the eastern beach
the road to North Point beach
all established Campgrounds.
Moorings for public use are available in front of Tangalooma otherwise their is somewhat protected anchorage in between Tangalooma Wrecks and the Beach. Beware of Westerly winds as lots of boats are washed ashore and sunk when the wind changes to a westerly, with no protection.
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