The man suggested I overnight and see the dolphins in the morning, and suggested a caravan Park. I am now staying in an air conditioned cabin opposite the shore at Tin Can Bay enjoying the midge free cool interior and the facilities I do not have camping…hot shower, a real bed and electric coffee jug..
There is so much to see and do in the Tin Can Bay area and surrounds.
Less than a kilometre from the park is our world famous dolphin feeding. See and feed wild Indo-Pacific Humpback dolphins in their natural state.
Fishing and boating paradise. Fishing is a great experience either from the shoreline or offshore. For those looking to venture out onto the Inlet, ‘tinnies’ are available for hire from businesses throughout the area. Yachts and houseboats are also available for hire from the marina.
Canoeing and kayaking to explore the Snapper Creek Inlet.
Beautiful walks including the Environmental Walkway, which is a wonderful opportunity for bird watching. There are over 250 varieties in the Tin Can Bay area.