Located within two hours drive northeast of Melbourne in the Great Dividing Range of Victoria, the Marysville and Rubicon Valley regions are home to some outstanding fly fishing and idyllic sub-alpine scenery.
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.
Nestled in the Meander Valley at the gateway to the World Heritage listed Tasmanian Wilderness, Driftwater is perfectly positioned as a base for accessing this magnificent fly-fishery.
The Swampy Plains river catchment and tailrace fishery in the Kosciuszko National Park is one of Australia's best brown trout fishing destinations.
Perfectly situated in North East Victoria's Alpine Country, Myrtleford is a great base to experience several of Australia's Blue Ribbon fly fishing rivers.
Located on the southern extremities of the Western Lakes is a UNESCO World Heritage area, world-class sight fishing on lakes for brown trout, the Western Lakes Wilderness Huts provide a unique, remote fly fishing experience.
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