Stop looking other campsites, you MUST go here! Excellent welcoming at reception, amenities new and clean. Camp kitchen has everything you need. Permanents are really nice and respectful. Would come back for sure.
Just had the weekend here in a cabin. 2A & 2C. Really great little park with very friendly informative staff. Lovely amenities and pool area. Paved roads so kids could easily ride scooters around, only thing missing is a playground but there is lots of little parks a short drive away. Would definitely stay here again.
Tin Can Bay tourist park. This is a very clean and tidy park. The facilities are clean and there is a nice pool. The permanents are all well looked after. A sign that it is a happy park. Staff friendly. Overall this being our first time here we were very happy with our 3 night stay and would gladly come back
This lovely little place was an absolute gem. All the little details were definitely noticed such as the extra hooks in the shower cubicals, the text message the day before to remind us of the address and the booking process was easy. We did a tie die workshop with the kids and it was great to see all the kids around the caravan park wearing their tie die creations. We had a great time here.
We stayed at the park for 2 nights on the August 2020 which was a long weekend in Brisbane (where we live) after the Ekka show holiday was relocated due to COVID-19. I travelled with Mr BG, Miss 11 and our newest edition, Teddy the Wonderdog who is 5 months old. Dogs are available on request, you must call before you book. Dogs must be on leash and fully vaccinated, worm and flea free. We arranged our stay with 2 other families. We all have different setups (2 have camper trailers, whereas we have a tent, gazebo and box trailer). T The location is great. Tin Can Bay is about 3.5 hours drive north of Brisbane in the Fraser Coast-Bay Burnett region on the coast in line with Fraser Island. Check in was from 12 midday and we arrived at 1pm. Check in was easy, we were provided with a map of the park, that had a map of the town on the back, plus a menu for a local renowned fish and chip shop. We proceeded to our site which was flat, green grass, with a concrete slab in the centre - we set our gazebo up over this) with some native plants but no big gum trees which is always appreciated when camping. We dropped off our trailer and drove into town to have lunch. The facilities at the park were great. Heated Pool, free equipment for games (Quoits, soccer ball etc), well equipped "camp kitchen" with fridge, microwave, hot water, dish detergent, pots and pans, and various kitchen utensils. Plenty of showers and toilets that were very clean and cleaned regularly throughout the day. A nice touch is the family facilities at the back of the block, which had a shower, toilet and bench in an area a bit bigger than a disabled toilet, this enabled families to be able to shower their kids easily, particularly useful if travelling with 1 adult where taking small kids into the shower stalls in the main block can be a mission. There was a coin-operated laundry which we didn't utilise but it was well appointed with multiple machines available. The onsite office sold ice (block or crushed) at excellent prices and had ice-creams available. The park had free music on the lawn near the pool each evening and on weekend nights, a mobile wood-fired pizza came and set up near the office. Bikes and scooters are permitted to be ridden within the park (helmets are mandatory). This was a first time visit to Tin Can Bay for us and we really enjoyed it. We did the Dolphin Feeding at the Marina on Saturday morning (get there early), explored the markets, and then drove up to Rainbow Beach to see the coloured sands. We finished out the day with a swim in the heated pool followed by fish and chips. We'll definitely be back.…