by Jim Cole http://www.tincanbayboathire.com.au 0408 329 167 At long last it looks like we are in for a good weekend. Sunny with light winds means what better way to […]
It’s everyone’s favourite time of year as the Whales return to rest and play off the coast. The Spirit of Hervey Bay Whale Watching Tours get you to the whale’s […]
What a lot of changes there have been to town. There’s a new eatery at the Shell; a gallery has opened up in the main street with art classes starting […]
Free School holiday activities at the Library At the Tin Can Bay Library on Wednesday, April 9, 10.30-11.30am and Rainbow Beach Library from 2.30pm to 3.30pm. Come along and enjoy […]
The rocks are exposed again now, so watch the tides – some people have gotten into deep water getting caught with the tide. Check out our facebook page … it […]
Depending on the tides and the sand – Mudlo Rocks changes. It’s the kid’s favourite jumping rock, often with a nice deep pool below. It holds a secret chair – that fishermen sometimes sit in. It often has rockpools to explore or is our only means of keeping feet dry as we walk down to the Coloured Sands. Mostly known for it’s treacherous crossings – many vehicles have not come out better for it. Images here are a small collection of it’s many faces.
Gorgeous images – mid-tide this morning. There’s loads of sand on the beach right now and favourite rocks are hiding…