Australia’s largest Island National Park and situated on the far north coast of Queensland, Hinchinbrook Island is an impressive backdrop to one of Australia’s best saltwater fly fishing destinations.
Home to an array of species, its best known for having good numbers of Indo-Pacific permit which frequent the mangrove flats between the Island and Carwell on the mainland. Over 1000m in height Hinchinbrook also provides these waters with shelter and protection from easterly winds and provides a myriad of creek habitats which are also home to Australia’s most iconic species – the Barramundi.
Queenfish and Golden Trevally can also be targeted with Giant Trevally, Threadfin, Grunter and Mangrove Jack also available on fly with a range of excellent and experienced guides available.
Located halfway between Townsville and Cairns, it’s a great destination in its own right or perfect stop-over as a part of a coastal road trip in tropical north Queensland.
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