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Hand feed wild dolphins at Tin Can Bay

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THE seaside town of Tin Can Bay is one of Queensland’s best kept secrets — even wild dolphins like to keep it to themselves, patiently waiting to be hand-fed near the boat ramp every morning.

Just a 90-minute drive north of Noosa and south of World Heritage Fraser Island, the fishing and boating paradise is a haven for those looking for some quiet R & R.

The area is in the midst of the Great Sandy Region that UNESCO awarded Biosphere Reserve status in 2009, putting it in the same class as the Galapagos Islands, the Central Amazon, the Everglades and Uluru.

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Tin Can Bay’s superb climate is sunny most of the year, averaging 24 degrees Celsius with minimal humidity.

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Tin Can Inlet provides calm waters for recreational boating and fishing.

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  1. Virtual Private Servers
    Virtual Private Servers says:

    It definitely made us all appreciate and respect Patch even more; he’s a wild animal, but he has manners, something we can all learn from. The other attraction was definitely the pelican birds, much tamer than most, they hang around getting quite close to people, because they always get a sneaky fish!

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