Tin Can Bay is best known for its boating and fishing facilities. While you are in town book a fishing charter and try your hand at deep sea fishing, or throw a line in from one of the beaches and catch your own dinner. The sheltered waters of Tin Can Bay provide perfect, calm water for canoeing and sailing and no trip is complete without an afternoon spent on the water in this lovely bay.
Once you have had enough fishing, take your mind off your catch with a pleasant stroll along the Environmental Walkway. It's a sealed path running along the bay, allowing you to get some light exercise. Take in the spectacular wild scenery while you stroll along the foreshore. As you walk, don't forget to look up! There are over 130 species of birds calling Tin Can Bay home, plenty for every bird watching enthusiast to get their fill.
While you are here get to Norman Point around 7:30am. Wild dolphins swim right up to the water's edge looking for an easy meal! Plan it in advance with the Cooloola Visitors Information Centre and you can feed them yourself - for free. You really will have amazing memories to treasure from this holiday. Love golf? Then play a round of golf or two at the Tin Can Bay Country Club, which has an excellent golf course, or stop in at one of the two lawn bowls clubs for a quick game.
With winter and spring temperatures averaging 24 degrees, it's easy to see how the Sunshine Coast got its name. Tin Can Bay is only two and a half hours north of Brisbane, a short drive that will have you relaxing in paradise fast. Check out our Tin Can Bay hotels, and bring your family for a beachside holiday they will never forget.
Hotels in Tin Can Bay start at AU$45 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.