Magnificent Bemm River and the receiving Sydenham Inlet is one of Australia’s most productive estuarine fisheries, with arguably some of the best Black Bream and Estuary Perch fishing in the country.
Situated on the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, the Croajingolong National Park protects one of the world’s largest coastal tablelands, which includes a coastal dune complex that incorporates ocean beaches, brackish rivers, lakes, and swamps with amazing diversity.
Bemm River winds its way through the warm temperate rainforest for over sixty kilometers before entering Sydenham Inlet, a tidal estuary that makes its way into the ocean.
And with no commercial fishing for over sixty years, this remote fishing hamlet has a huge variety of native Australian species to target on fly, from the timber in the river to expansive sand flats throughout.
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