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Dolphin Feeding at Tin Can Bay

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Published November 2nd 2012
Get up close to one of nature's most intelligent mammals. Just 3 1/2 hours drive north of the Gold Coast, the wild Indo-Pacific dolphins at Tin Can Bay visit the Norman Point boat ramp every morning.

At 7:30am visitors to the Dolphin Centre can pay $5 per person for the opportunity to hand feed the friendly dolphins. Remember to bring your camera to capture this exciting moment.

To get even more out of this experience be at the point before the crowds arrive. Watch the dolphins frolicking in the water and patiently wait for the magical moment when they swim up to smile hello. When getting close to the dolphins do not attempt to pat them, or they'll swim away. These clever animals will decide if they like you, so stand still with a flat palm pointing down in the water. if you're the lucky chosen one, the dolphin will swim up to your palm and give it a nuzzle.

There are not many places in the world where you can get this close to a wild dolphin, so Tin Can Bay dolphin feeding is a must for any visitor to the Cooloola Coast.
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Why? Get up close and personal with a dolphin
Where: Tin Can Bay, Cooloola Coast
Cost: $5
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They should have feed the dolphins the 3 old trouts that were in the water with them
by farme (score: 0|2) 1034 days ago
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