Rainbow Beach local wildlife is sensational. A pod of wild dolphins have been visiting the boat ramp at Tin Can Bay for many years and tourists can hand feed these magnificent creatures. Dugong and turtles are a common sight in the Great Sandy Straits and Hervey Bay to the north, is the whale watching capital of the world with thousands of whales visiting its calm waters every year. On Fraser Island you will see some of the purest dingoes still left in the wild. This region is a mecca for the surfing fraternity with fantastic shore breaks and is a top location when big swells are running from the southeast. A par three golf course is available at Rainbow Shores resort or visitors are always welcome at the excellent eighteen hole layout at Tin Can Bay.
If you like to fill your holiday with plenty of family attractions and things to do to help entertain the kids, then there is no better place than Rainbow Beach.
If you are lucky enough to be in Queensland during the Winter months of July and November, take the opportunity to visit the official Whale Heritage Site of Hervey Bay for a once in a
Would you like to get off the highway and take the less travelled trail? Countless do-it-yourself experiences await you in Queensland, whether you own a 4WD or hire one on