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About me, my mission & Tin Can Bay
Me . . .
My mission . . . (I do every day except Sunday)
"Are you seeking help with the functions of your camera?
Would you like to learn some of the secrets of how to create a better image composition?
Want to learn more about exposure (natural outdoor light)?
Do you suffer from the dreaded photographer's doldrums and seek further inspiration?
My outdoor photography workshop tours task is to offer assistance wherever possible to those wishing to better their landscape and/or nature photography or who simply wish to better their general camera skills. This can easily be done whilst quietly ambling through various places of interest in or around the picturesque little seaside township of Tin Can Bay in SE Queensland, Australia.
"And all at a "VERY" low cost to you and on a one-on-one basis."
Ken Ferguson - Tin Can Bay Photography & Outdoor Photography Workshop Tours.
Tin Can Bay, Australia - another 'little treasure' . . .
HOT NEWS: Tin Can Bay is soon to have at least two bird hides erected on its foreshore
" Watch this space . . ."
When you travel and at times, a little off the beaten track, you will sometimes find that Nature provides with a choice of many beautiful little treasures and I can honestly say that our little Tin Can Bay is indeed just one of those beautiful little treasures.
We are situated about 54 km's NE of Gympie in the Cooloola Region of SE Queensland and just over 2+1/2 hours drive from the state capital, Brisbane.
This Region, which also borders the Great Sandy National Park Recreation Area, also boasts many great visitor facilities. We are also just a stone's throw from world heritage Fraser Island (Day trips and whale watching tours (seasonal) are available).
As you can see by some of the photos in "Imagery", on the above menu, our tidal flats allow for safe, calm shallow waters, suitable for paddling or swimming for all the family, but for the keen surfer, just a short drive away is the Pacific Ocean and the township of Rainbow Beach, which includes a lifesaver patrolled surf beach.
Tin Can Bay itself has a small population of just over 2000 and is probably more accepted as being a dreamy little seaside fishing village and although that could be a little off-putting for some, it does include some bonus annual attractions that are big drawcards for visitors. Events such as our famous "Seafood Festival", the "Bay to Bay Yacht Race"; that is Tin Can Bay to Hervey Bay, as well as the daily public feeding of wild Indo-Pacific dolphins that come in each morning for a little fishy breakfast snack.
Using Tin Can Bay as a base, we are well within hourly driving distance to wineries and other attractions and a short distance to other large towns such as Rainbow Beach (surf beach), Hervey Bay, just to the south or the Sunshine Coast to the south.
Please, come visit our beautiful little treasure and allow me to show you around!
Click "HERE" for all tourism information regarding Tin Can Bay.