Explore the waterways with a hire boat from Tin Can Bay Boat Hire

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Explore the waterways with a hire boat from Tin Can Bay Boat Hire

The waterways around Tin Can Bay are famous for their fishing and crabbing as well as reef and estuary fishing for enthusiastic fishermen.   Hiring a boat from Tin Can Bay Boathire enables you to explore this marine wilderness.   The natural mangroves are a haven and breeding ground for species such as mackerel, tailor, flatty, bream, cod, mangrove jack and whiting. 

If you venture out over the bar you will find, snapper, perch, sweetlip, red emperor, cod and others.    Fraser Island is close by and beach fishing is popular from the pristine shores.   Its famous for its annual fishing competition that attracts fishermen from all over the world.    You can catch your own bait when the tide is low if you have yabby pump, the yabbies are plentiful.  

Access into the straights can be gained not only from Tin Can but maroom, Boonooroo Poona and Tinnanbar. Tin Can Bay Inlet provides protected waters for boating.   From Rainbow Beach you can reach Inskip Point with camping along the eastern shore of Tin Can Inlet.

Hiring a boat from Tin Can Bay Boat Hire, you can explore the Great Sandy Marine Park which protects a range of marine and coastal environments and the protection offered  by Fraser Island led to the formation of shallow bays and sheltered channels.   The marine park protects rivers, creeks and estuaries.

These habitats provide important seasonal resources and stopovers for migratory species including humpback whales, migratory wading birds and marine turtles. Resident species dependent on these habitats include dugong, dolphins, shorebirds, grey nurse sharks, fish, molluscs and crustaceans.

Conservation and reasonable use of significant marine natural resources, is achieved through zoning, designated areas, entry and use provisions and permits. The marine park is used for a wide range of activities, from fishing and recreation to defence activities and scientific research. It covers tidal lands and marine waters that form a transition zone between tropical and temperate waters. The changing water temperature drives dynamic life cycles and influences how coral, fish, mangrove and seagrass species are distributed.