Tin Can Bay is the ideal place to position yourself to explore the Cooloola Coast, the Mary Valley, and the Gympie region. Not far from Tin Can Bay’s Sleepy Lagoon Motel is an array of attractions and activities that the whole family can enjoy!
Book in at Sleepy Lagoon Motel today and enjoy all that this peaceful part of Australia has to offer.
Barnacles Dolphin Centre offers its visitors a rare opportunity to interact with wild Australian Humpback dolphins. The Dolphin Centre opens at 7.00am with viewing time between 7.00 – 8.00am. There is only one feeding session per day commencing at approx 7.30am. During peak times 6am-6.30am arrival ensures you get a turn.
Phone: 07 5486 4899
Cooloola Berries is a working farm located on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast. The family owned farm is an award winning agri-tourism farm gate to plate café, store and function venue.
Phone: 5486 7512
Found at the Main Beach Carpark or on the Beach at Rainbow Beach, Rainbow Beach Learn to Surf offers surf lessons and hire, skate workshops and stand up paddle boarding.
Phone: 0435 934 087
Fishing Tin Can Bay loves to share their passion and enthusiasm for boating and fishing on the calm water side of Fraser Island, The Great Sandy Straits. Their vessel is capped at 4 passengers plus crew to allow more one on one time.
Phone: 0408 329 167
Noosa2Fraser 4WD Hire provide a range of 4WD hire vehicles to enable you to explore the Noosa North Shore, Double Island Point, Wide Bay, Rainbow Beach, Fraser Island, Bribie Island, Stradbroke Island, Moreton Island to name a few.
Phone: 0413 522 051
A truly unique horse riding experience. Our amazing location, service and lovable horses are what set us apart. We offer beach, country and full moon rides.
Phone: 0412 174 337
This historic locomotive will take you on a 46 km journey through the beautiful Mary Valley departing and returning to Gympie station.
Phone: 07 5482 2750
Cooloola Eco Tours offers culinary tours in Rainbow Beach. Immerse yourself in this ultimate food adventure experience.
Great Sandy Straits Sport Fishing welcomes all levels of anglers from novice to pro. All gear is provided to fish the inshore waters of The Great Sandy Straits and beyond. Catering up to 4 passengers.
Phone: 0407 860 807
Heritage museum featuring artifacts related to the region’s gold mining history & a cafe. Home to a market held on the 1st, 3rd, and 5th Sunday of the month and a Steam Festival held in October.
Tour/School groups are welcome by arrangement.
Open daily 9 a.m.- 4 p.m.
Phone: (07) 5482 3995
Ken Ferguson offers low cost assistance to both locals and visitors alike, on a one-on-one tuition basis, to learn how to, or just photograph some the beautiful and natural assets of this unique seaside township and its idyllic surrounds.
Phone: 0438 831 947
Located in Goomboorian with an on farm café and a fabulous range of macadamia nut products fresh from the farm.
Current opening hours Friday & Saturday 9am to 3pm
Phone: 0413 197 781
With a challenging 18 hole golf course, golf practice facilities, 2 bowling greens, a modern air-conditioned club house with bar, restaurant, gaming room and function room.
Phone: 07 5486 4231
The best location at Tin Can Bay, facilities include a bar and restaurant.
Off the Beach Sailing Club that offers sailing, cruising, sailability, dragon boats, hardstand boat storage.
Phone: 07 5486 4308
Flying over Tin Can Bay, Inskip Peninsula and Rainbow Beach you will get a birds-eye view of the stunning pacific ocean, pristine white beaches, intricate waterways and townships.
Phone: 0448 883 442
Wolf Rock Dive is a PADI 5 star dive centre situated in the picturesque beachside town of Rainbow Beach, Queensland. Located 2km off Double Island Point, Wolf Rock is home to the endangered Grey Nurse Shark. Experience diving with Sharks and Rays along with sea turtle, giant queensland grouper and in winter the humpback whale.
Phone: 07 5486 8004
Established in 1996, Rainbow Paragliding is based in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland. Rainbow Paragliding hold a permit to operate in the Cooloola National Park including Teewah and Rainbow Beach.
Phone 0418 754 157
or 07 5486 3048
Found in Rainbow Beach, Carlo Sand Blow is a unique sand mass covering 15 hectares which overlooks the coloured sands and coastline from Double Island Point to Inskip Peninsula and the southern tip of Fraser Island.
Beach landings on every jump, views over Fraser Island and Rainbow Beach
Phone: 1300 663 634
The Cooloola Coast has a variety of walking tracks from beach walks to rainforests, from lighthouse walks to esplanades, there are lots of options to choose from.
Explore cool rainforest on a high dune and discover the tea-coloured waters and white sandy beaches of one of Cooloola’s hidden lakes.
Plenty of variety including Dolphin View Kayak Tour, surf lessons, Turtle View Kayak and 4wd beach tours.
Phone: 0408 738 192
Silky Oaks is a hotel, craft brewery and restaurant situated in a unique garden environment
Phone: 07 5486 5535
Relax over a picnic in this pleasantly-shady spot near Seary’s Creek, and enjoy displays of colourful wildflowers and abundant birdlife.
Fraser Explorer’s one and two-day off-roading tours in World Heritage-listed National Park offer a fun experience for all types of travelers. Tours depart from Fraser Island, Hervey Bay, and Rainbow Beach.
Fraser Island Adventure Tours specialise in day tours & group charters, visiting exclusive areas of Fraser Island and favourites including Lake McKenzie, Lake Birrabeen, Teewah Coloured Sands, Cooloola National Park, Sand Blows, and many other areas of the spectacular Great Sandy Region.
Phone: 07 5444 6957
Hervey Bay is known as the whale watching capital of the world. Its regarded as the best destination to see humpback whales because the whales stay here for an extended period. They relax and play with the whale watching vessels.
Phone: 07 3503 6789
Feel like racing the rapids? Hire a kayak from The Chandlery and get exploring! Single person kayaks available. All necessary equipment provided, including a personal flotation device and a safety briefing.
Phone: 07 5486 4744
In line with the Queensland Government Regulations,
WE ARE NOW TAKING HOLIDAY BOOKINGS.
Plus we are still able to supply accommodation for workers and for certain essential situations.
We are taking extra precautions at this time to include extra disinfecting of all surfaces to keep everyone safe.
Please contact us if you are unsure or have any questions regarding our accommodation.
We apologise for any inconvenience.