Tin Can Bay is one of those destinations that’s tucked away from everything. But that’s exactly why people detour off the Bruce Highway to reach it.
The sheltered waters of Tin Can Bay are ideal for boating and fishing. But there’s plenty of action to keep adrenalin junkies happy too. When the wind is up, Dave Palmer from RND Adventures offers kitesurfing lessons. In calmer conditions, stand-up paddleboards are a popular hire choice.
As an easy half-day drive from Brisbane, Tin Can Bay is also a popular destination for caravan-towing travellers.
The Tin Can Bay Tourist Park caters for vans of all sizes with spacious, grassy sites. The grounds offer plenty of room for kids to run around, plus there’s a large swimming pool to keep them happily splashing in the summer months.
The Caravanning Queensland website has a comprehensive directory of Queensland’s best caravan parks, along with all the industry news to keep you up to date.
A big event on the Caravanning Queensland calendar is the annual Queensland Caravan, Camping & Touring Supershow – on again in Brisbane this June. Check out the latest in caravans, campervans, motorhomes, camper trailers, off-road vehicles, camping equipment and much more.
Tin Can Bay Tourist Park
Queensland Caravan, Camping & Touring Supershow
8-13 June 2016