Locals Zahli and Baylin Mick play at Double Island Point Image Cassie Mick
Whether it is on the beach or up at unspoilt Double Island Point, you can relax in our crystal clear waters. The ocean was still lovely and warm at 22 degrees last week! Here are more things to do – for the whole family….
Learn to Surf
Epic Ocean Adventures offer regular ‘learn to surf’ classes – you can learn on Australia’s longest wave! It includes a 4WD adventure past the amazing Coloured Sands. Fun for the whole family!
Join the fishing comp
Perfect for families, held July 1 to 9, right in the school holidays with a special day just for kids, visit the Sports Club to find out more.
Free children’s fun activities
Make sure you are in town on Wednesday July 6 for the Library activity. You can watch on whilst your children are entertained with stories, craft and a yummy snack!
Turn up at the Tin Can Bay Library 10.30-11.30am or Rainbow Beach Library 2.30-3.30pm for some fun!
Visit the dolphins
Get up early and make your way to the Dolphin Centre at Norman Point, Tin Can Bay. The Dolphin Centre opens at 7am with viewing time until 8am. There is only one feeding session per day commencing at 8am.
The volunteers will tell you all about our local Australian humpback dolphins and you can even feed them. You might see Mystique, Patch, Ella, Squirt, Harmony, Aussie, Valentine, Chompy or White Fin. Charges apply.
The Tin Can Bay Camera Club awarded Ron Johnson an A Grade Honour for his Kookaburra- what animals can you find on your holiday?
Pick up a brochure for all the fun and creative workshops on offer at the Gympie Regional Gallery over the winter school holidays.
All workshops are based around the theme of “landscape” with a wonderful exhibition entitled the “Tattersall’s Landscape Art Prize”.
For a full list of what’s on jump onto holidayfun.com.au or pick up a brochure from the region’s libraries or the Gympie Regional Gallery. Phone: 54810733
Pack a picnic for the short walk into Poona Lake, our kids have swum in it in winter, but it is on the chilly side! Bring your camera – it is a great time of year to spot some local wildlife – kookaburras, goannas and bush turkeys. Or hike to Carlo Sandblow from the NPWS Office. The 360 degree view at the summit is spectacular.
Bring some water or other beverages so you can dawdle by the cliffs and even watch the sunset over Tin Can Bay and the Sandy Straits, before walking downhill into Rainbow Beach via the Sandblow carpark and Cooloola Drive.