What is the Cooloola Bay Bulletin?

The Cooloola Bay Bulletin is a free monthly magazine delivered to homes and businesses across the Cooloola Coast. We cover community news and events, and offer a reliable source of information about the business and services available in the area.

How often does the Bay Bulletin come out?

Find your free copy in your letterbox at the start of each month or keep an eye out for it at local retail outlets.

What area does the Bulletin cover?

The Cooloola Coast – Tin Can Bay, Cooloola Cove and Rainbow Beach.

Where can I pick up a copy of the Cooloola Bay Bulletin?

You’ll find the latest edition at all retail outlets, cafes, caravan parks and motels within Tin Can Bay and Cooloola Cove, as well as service stations on the Cooloola Coast, including Rainbow Beach and the Rainbow Beach Post Office and selected outlets in Gympie.

Is the Bay Bulletin free?

Yes. Our wonderful advertisers help to fund the bulletin’s compilation, printing and distribution.

Where is the Bay Bulletin home delivered to?

The Bay Bulletin is home-delivered to every house in Tin Can Bay and Cooloola Cove and is bulk-delivered to the Rainbow Beach Post Office (Rainbow Beach residences don’t have letter boxes).

What do I do if I don’t receive my copy of the Cooloola Bay Bulletin?

Contact us so we can arrange for you to receive a copy.

How can I advertise in the Cooloola Bay Bulletin?

Follow this link for information on how you can advertise in the Bay Bulletin, or call Rachelle on 0459 031 899.

I have a story for the Bay Bulletin. What should I do?

Contact us to share your story.

What’s the deadline for submissions?

Please share your content by the 18th of every month.

Where is Tin Can Bay and Cooloola Cove?

Tin Can Bay and Cooloola Cove are nestled within the beautiful Cooloola Coast. Find out more about our local history here.

Where is the Cooloola Coast?

The Cooloola Coast is 55 km northeast of Gympie Qld by road.

Where can I go to feed dolphins and what time do the dolphins come in to feed?

Tin Can Bay is famous for its dolphin-feeding experience and it attracts tourists from all over the world. The dolphins arrive at Norman Point next to the boat ramp between 7:00 and 8:00 am. They sometimes also visit at other times throughout the day.

Where can I find a map of Tin Can Bay, Cooloola Cove and the local area?

View our maps on this page.

What markets are on in Tin Can Bay?

See our events and attractions guide here.