A Date with Wild Dolphins – Tin Can Bay – Day 2

Early morning - Snapper Creek. Anticipation is high - We are going to swim, or at least paddle with, and feed the wild dolphins. We were in luck, as the weather was perfect, and it was merely a short walk or drive from our accommodation to the Boat ramp, adjacent to the yacht club.

Travel Diary – Two days in Tin Can Bay, Australia

Tin Can Bay - Few people know of it, and for some that is just the way they like it. Less than 2000 call this sleepy fishing village, located in a deep, but narrow. sheltered inlet, home. The origin of the name is a derivative of the Aboriginal work Tuncanbar, which meant the dugongs frequently found here in years past. But there is one thing that makes this place very special, and that is why we have come to visit.