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What is it like to live in Tin Can Bay?

What is it like to live in Tin Can Bay?

“Lovely town, fishing village, family friendly” Tin Can Bay is a great place to live or visit. Boaties and fisherman love this place and one of the best things to do here is to feed the wild dolphins. Great spot if you love the outdoors, there are also some lovely parks and a fantastic foreshore walk.

Does Tin Can Bay have a beach?

Tin Can Bay’s beaches are one of its biggest natural attractions – pale, sandy shorelines and clear, azure waters provide the perfect opportunity for sunbathing and swimming.

Is Tin Can Bay part of the Sunshine Coast?

The locality is split between the Fraser Coast Region (the northern part of the locality) and the Gympie Region (southern part of the locality), but the town itself is within Gympie Region. In the 2016 census, Tin Can Bay had a population of 2,242 people….Tin Can Bay, Queensland.

Tin Can Bay Queensland
Federal division(s) Wide Bay

Are there sandflies at Tin Can bay?

There are midgies here, they are just as bad. Some parts of the year they can get bad – especially if you are mowing or whipper snipping outside, or near the water after lots of rain.

What time of year are midges active?

A warm, damp spring can often see midge numbers rocket. Midges are also worse throughout the spring, summer and early autumn when the weather is humid and still. If summer is warm and wet, midges can still be bad later in the summer and into the early autumn, as subsequent generations arise.

What facilities are at Tin Can Bay?

Local Facilities : IGA, Butcher, Bakery, Fruit & Vege, Fuel, Post Office, Chandlery, Newsagent, Bottle Shop, Doctor, Pharmacy, Hair Salons and more. Woolworths at Cooloola Cove 10 minute drive. Clubs : Golf, Bowls, RSL, Fishing Club and Yacht Club.

How many people live in Tin Can Bay QLD?

The population estimate for Tin Can Bay – Toolara Forest as of the 30th June 2021 is 2,541. Since the previous year, the population has grown by 3.55%. Population growth in Regional QLD was 0.92%.

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