Fishing

What’s the best way to communicate with a fish? … Drop it a line!


In Queensland you can bait ‘em, hook ‘em, and reel ‘em in with virtually any type of fishing you like - freshwater, barra, reef, game, fly-fishing, crabbing and prawning – right at the end of your rod. 

Here’s a few fishy suggestions:

  • Try surf fishing on Fraser Island
  • Land a Barramundi right off the beach in Gladstone
  • Go deep sea on a fishing charter from Brisbane
  • Head out solo to chase the elusive Jungle Perch or Murray Cod and catch a sunrise on our rivers, lakes and waterways as a bonus.
  • Grab some mates and book a day tour to the paradise of the outer reef to experience the thrill of landing a GT, Black Marlin or one of the sought after reef fish on the Southern Great Barrier Reef, Townsville or Cairns.

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Cairns Reef Fishing

Come fishing on-board Cairns premier charter boats with Cairns Fishing Charters! Cairns Fishing Charters is an Australian owned, family run and locally operated fishing charter business based at The Marlin Marina, Cairns, in beautiful Far North Queensland.

Frenzy Charters

Multiple Locations
Whether you are looking for a family fun day fishing, or for an all out offshore adventure, Frenzy Charters are the one for you. Owner operators, Gary and Noelle, will make every effort to see that your Brisbane fishing trip will be one you will long remember and soon want to repeat.

Nomad Sportfishing Adventures

Multiple Locations
More fun, more fish, they make it happen! Nomad Sportfishing Adventures offers specialised catch and release sportfishing charters in the remote waters of the Northern Great Barrier Reef and the Torres Strait.

Keppel Bay Fishing Adventure

Multiple Locations
Keppel Bay is one of Queensland’s ultimate tourist destinations, but it's also a local fishing hotspot. The white sandy beaches are just a bonus. This fishing journey takes you from Yeppoon to Pumpkin Island in The Keppel Bay where you can chase reef fish, spanish mackerel and trevally.

Bundaberg to Childers and Woodgate Day Trip

Multiple Locations
Fresh produce, modern history and unspoilt beaches form the basis of this drive which starts in Bundaberg, before winding towards Apple Tree Creek, and on to Childers before ending in Woodgate. This is a classic country drive and although it measures under 100 kilometres long, it's best enjoyed by taking delightful pauses along the way and imbibing the food and wine for which this region is renowned, as you journey through cane and farm country and breathe in fresh rural air.

Gladstone Fly and Sportfishing

Boyne Island, Gladstone Area
Love your fishing? Want to check out all the great fishing sports in Gladstone, Queensland? Have a chat to the team at Gladstone Fly and Sportfishing! Gladstone Fly and Sportfishing offers some of the best fishing tours in Gladstone, Queensland - whether you would like to target Barramundi in Gladstone's iconic Lake Awoonga, cast surface poppers to 40 plus kilogram Giant Trevally, or experience the thrill of stalking Permit and other species across the golden sand flats.

Bowen Creek Fishing

Bowen, Whitsunday Area
Free Entry
Bowen has many creek systems, which hold healthy numbers of Mangrove-jack, Bream, Whiting and Barramundi (closed season Nov -Feb). South of Bowen, you’ll find Adelaide and Duck Creeks, which can be accessed by sea around the top of the tide only, via beach ramps.

Hervey Bay Fly and Sportfishing

Multiple Locations
Hervey Bay Fly and Sportfishing operates in the unique fishery of Hervey Bay, which is one of very few places in Australia that has an overlap of southern and northern species. Snapper, Barramundi, flathead, threadfin salmon, longtail tuna, GT's, queenfish, juvenile black marlin, golden trevally and more can all be caught when fishing in this unique location.

Theresa Creek Dam

Clermont, Isaac Area
From AU$15 - 15
Situated 22 kilometres south-west of Clermont off the Peakvale Road, discover the oasis in the outback of Theresa Creek Dam. An angler's paradise, golden perch, jewfish, barramundi and red claw can all be found beneath the surface.

Good Night Scrub National Park

Bundaberg, Bundaberg Area
Hoop pines, bottle trees and dry rainforest provide a wildlife haven in Goodnight Scrub National Park bounded by the Burnett River. The river is also one of the known habitats of the unique ‘living dinosaur’ Australian lungfish.
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