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Published on May 7, 2014
TIN CAN BAY Located on the beautiful Cooloola Coast 2 1/2 hours drive north of Brisbane and just off the southern tip of World Heritage listed Fraser Island. Tin Can Bay is best known for being a boating and fishing paradise! For those who love the serenity of the coastal lifestyle, the Cooloola National Park, the Great Sandy Straits and World Heritage Fraser Island are all just minutes away. Situated only 90 minutes from Hervey bay and 30 minutes from Rainbow Beach makes it the perfect place to stay while exploring the Fraser Coast and Cooloola Region. RAINBOW BEACH Rainbow Beach is known as the gateway to Fraser Island and is surrounded by its own natural wonders such as the world famous Coloured Sands and the Cooloola section of the Great Sandy Straits, the Carlo sand blow and the light house that sits on Double Island point are only a few of the attractions that Rainbow Beach has to offer. GYMPIE Gympie is a little patch of nature's paradise found just above Queensland's Sunshine Coast. It has a range of unique natural attractions to explore. Only 2 hours North of Brisbane's international airport. The breathtaking diversity of natural attractions from Rainbow Beaches Coloured Sands and miles of Golden Coastline, Tin Can Bay's dolphins and marinas to the stunning natural environment of the Mary Valley Hinterland's rivers, forests. The Heritage city of Gympie is the business centre and the western area is our wine and beef country. FRASER ISLAND World heritage listed Fraser Island is the largest sand island in the world with its own Eco system consisting of some very unique flora and fauna. The island is only a short boat ride from Tin Can Bay but the recommended way to see Fraser Island is either by taking a tour or by four wheel drive. The barges from Inskip point to Fraser Island are running every day and start around 7.am and stop around 5 p.m. and are the only way to get to Fraser for those with 4 wheel drive vehicles.