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Travel Blogs from Tin Can Bay
We moved down the coast to Tin Can bay beautiful place to camp while getting ready to head over to Frazer Island.
Early morning visits by a family of dolphins is a very popular spot for tourists to gather.
Have had a lovely week at Tin Can Bay, which is a very small village, with great walks and dolphin feeding each morning. They also have a fishing fleet so we have had fish and chips three times in support for that industry. Kennie still not got his rods out yet as he is still feeling crook.
The van has developed a few teething ...
... of 2000 people is one of them. The other being the famous Stradbroke Island out from Brisbane. Here at the local warf it is very low key with only about 50 people coming for the treat of seeing the dolphin pod. It was fun to be able to feed them again after doing in over in WA at Monkey Mia
We're sleeping in swags and hope to stay on the island for up to 6 nights.
... set up (winner) so it was then down to us to prepare and cook dinner, and afterwards have a very big **** up! To be fair the food was really good, chicken, veg, rice etc for the evening meal on the first night. Then a shed load of goon and ridiculous antics followed! Everybody having a great time and sinking plenty of the goon! Unfortunately for me, I was by far the most hungover the following day and struggled through ...
... only problem is there is so much of nothing before you get here, but that is probably why it is so lovely.
Next day we took off for Fraser Island, but more on that next entry.
After we fed the dolphins, we attended to ourselves with a coffee and a dessert from the marina cafe and had a relaxed morning in absolute bliss conditions. The caravan park is well equipped with renovations taking place to amenities, but the lady ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking