Environmental Walkway

Wide Bay Burnett

A wonderful opportunity for bird watching, as the foreshores of Tin Can Bay can be explored via the 'environmental walkway'. This allows visitors to observe the inhabitants of the foreshores in comfort and without disturbing their natural habitat.
There is an excellent environmental walkway which runs along the foreshore of Tin Can Inlet. A well maintained path through the foreshore bushland with raised wooden walkways. There are lots of detailed signs explaining the flora and fauna, with a specific Foreshore Bird Walk with photos for identification purposes.

Bird Watching
Picnic Facilities
Wheelchair Accessibility
Dogs Permitted
No Camping Permitted
Swamp or Wetland
Maximum Elevation
Total Climb

Getting there:

Once in Tin Can Bay, head out towards Norman Point along the Esplanade and park at the junction of Cod Street and the Esplanade. The walk starts on the foreshore opposite Cod Street.


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Route/Trail notes:

The pathway leads south along the foreshore and meanders all the way down to Crab Creek Park.

Return by the same route.



Other References/Comments:

Tin Can Bay Foreshore Bird Walk


Been here many times fishing, but this was the first time having a look around for interesting walks. Cafes at both ends, made it all worthwhile and the local council has excelled itself with the amount of information it has provided on the flora and fauna.

F.A.B. on 24 Oct, 2020


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