Tin Can Bay is a town located near Fraser Island and is part of the Cooloola Coast on the northern borders of the Sunshine Coast.
Located so close to the coast as well as the Great Sandy National Park, Tin Can Bay is popular for fishing, boating, cruising, hiking, four-wheel driving as well as dolphin tours.
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Hop on a boat and take a cruise out on to the open water for a day of relaxation, or bring your fishing gear and head out on a fishing tour.
Head over to the Great Sandy National Park which is one of the most loved natural attractions on the Sunshine Coast and stretches over 56,000 hectares. The national park is popular for its fascinating landscape and extensive beaches. High sand dunes, sweeping beaches, freshwater lakes, tall forests, paperbark swamps and wildflower heath are the main attraction at this beautiful national park. Thousands of visitors come here each year to relax and enjoy nature at its best.
Popular activities within the national park include walking trails, scenic drives, hiking, canoeing, picnicking and camping. The best way to see Cooloola is by walking or four-wheel-driving as Cooloola’s sand tracks are rough. You can also access Cooloola by travelling up the Noosa River by kayak or small boat which can be hired from the Boreen Point and Elanda Point private camping areas.
If you are coming to Tin Can Bay in September, then you must check out the Tin Can Bay Seafood Festival which is held on the Tin Can Bay foreshore and is one of the most entertaining food festivals in the region. The Festival hosts a range of displays and demonstrations including cooking demonstrations, live music, performances and competitions.
Within Tin Can Bay, you will find a golf course, bowls club, tennis courts, public swimming pool, restaurants, cafes, supermarket and a huge range of accommodation options. You will find a caravan park, private apartments and holiday rentals here. Click the links below to find the best accommodation deals in Tin Can Bay.