Tin Can Bay Queensland

I booked into Kingfisher Caravan Park because I always stay there. I discovered the caravan Park was now run by the original owner’s sister and I missed the old faces. However, change was apparent. The grounds were beautifully maintained with colourful plants and the sites were carefully allocated in specific areas with cement blocks, andContinue reading “Tin Can Bay Queensland”

Tin Can Bay Sunrise

The sunrises at Tin Can Bay were spectacular. I stayed for a week at Rainbow Caravan Park which is right opposite the park, walking track and foreshore, and was woken every morning by the colors of the sunrise. I would immediately pull on some walking clothes and walk the track. Almost every sunrise, and sunsetContinue reading “Tin Can Bay Sunrise”

Sunset Cruise Tin Can Bay

For $25 I went out on a small cruise boat with a handful of other passengers nibbling their packeted treats and sipping wine and beer held in polystyrene containers to see the sunset. TIN Can Bay has a new maritime resident not usually found in these waters. The Lady Woodward is a decommissioned Sydney ferryContinue reading “Sunset Cruise Tin Can Bay”

Sunrise Before the Rain and the History of Tin Can Bay

I woke to a blaze of color…then the rain came. https://weather.yahoo.com.au/local-forecast/qld/tin-can-bay Tin Can Bay is located just off the Tin Can Bay Road in southeast Queensland a distance of about 170km north from Brisbane (show me). Tin Can Bay has a population of around 2,000 and is one of the smaller towns in Australia. TinContinue reading “Sunrise Before the Rain and the History of Tin Can Bay”

Tin Can Bay ….Fishing Village

Tin Can Bay is a fishing and boating paradise located on the Cooloola Coast 2 1/2 hours drive north of the Queensland state capital Brisbane and just off the southern tip of World Heritage listed Fraser Island. Tin Can Bay’s main industry is still fishing, boasting a fishing fleet of  prawn and scallop trawlers workingContinue reading “Tin Can Bay ….Fishing Village”

Fishing Boats at Tin Can Bay

Tin Can Bay and the surrounding water ways are well known for its fishing and crabbing opportunities. The area boasts both estuary fishing and reef fishing for those enthusiastic anglers. The variety of fish that can be caught in the Great Sandy Straits and estuaries is extensive due to the mangrove breeding grounds found throughContinue reading “Fishing Boats at Tin Can Bay”

Tin Can Bay Queensland

  I detoured here to get petrol, and went to see the Dolphin Centre to discover dolphins get fed at 7am. 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 enjoyingContinue reading “Tin Can Bay Queensland”

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