Melanie and Steve May with sons Thomas and Jackson outside one of their cabins, growing in number at the Tin Can Bay Tourist Park
Melanie and Steve May, owner/operators of Tin Can Bay Tourist Park, are passionate about Tin Can Bay and the region.
The Tourist Park is growing in popularity, and they have just added two more cabins to the complex.
Melanie said, “we love secluded, tranquil Tin Can Bay. The area has so much to offer for nature based activities, walking, kayaking, cycling, fishing, boating and relaxing.
“Guests visiting the area find dolphin feeding is just an added bonus. Once they know what’s on our ‘To Do List’ they stay and play longer,” she continues.
The region has so much to offer for those wishing to experience Australia’s Nature Coast.
It has been a busy month and looking good for January, Melanie says there have been, “lots of young families and young couples enjoying the area, plus loads of family pre-Christmas get togethers, caravan groups – a great variety of travellers.”
On arrival, guests receive maps and an introduction. “We give guests the run down on what there is to do. Once they’ve explored the Foreshore, cycled, fished and fed the dolphins they are ready to the explore the Sand Blow, Lake Poona and coloured sands. As there is so much to do in the region, they extend for a week or more.”
They book a lot of tours for guests, and say the most popular are the half day trip with Surf & Sand Safaris or a Fraser Island Day Trip.
Melanie smiled and said guests tell her, “they underestimated the local attractions, there is just so much to see and do.”