it was fun sitting with all the international vistor's to await the sunset it was worth the wait and short walk to get there
A great walk, surreal feeling once you get there and views like no other! Our tip with young kids is to pick a day that's not 30 degrees, take plenty of water and make sure the kids wear sunglasses to stop the sand blowing in their face!
This is an amazing place to visit. Short walk from the carpark and sublime views of Tin Can Bay. We took some wonderful photos of our family. The kids love running up the huge sandhillls and running back down them.
The walk to the sandblow was beautiful in itself - even if you don't actually want to walk out on to the sandblow. It would be amazing at sunset. Despite what you may hear - it doesn't actually work to just get a bit of cardboard to go down the sand. Some small children had success using their boogie boards... More
Anybody who visits Rainbow beach should take the time to go to this unique feature. The area was clean and the view of the rainbow dunes to the south along the beach was fenominal.
This is a must go on a clear moonless night. Need a blanket and lay back and enjoy the night skies :)
Worth the hike. :) Amanzing sunset. Bring a glass of wine, blanket, and enjoy!! If the wind is blowing, bring a light sweater or a beach towel - it gets a little chilly!!
Very easy access from town. Nice walk through the forest and amazing views from the dunes. grab yourself a sandboard from in town and enjoy a slide down the dunes! Kids loved it. One word of warning, don't slide near the edge of the dunes as they don't run down to the beach but drop off a cliff!
A beautiful place to sit and reflect. Make the walk to the edge of the sand blow to see the view even though it is a leg killer walking back up
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