The Exmouth and Ningaloo Reef World Heritage coastline offers fly-fishermen an excellent opportunity to enjoy world-class fly fishing, including Permit, Bonefish, Giant Trevally, Queenfish, three species of Marlin and Sailfish all available on fly.
One of the final frontiers of fly fishing, the Cape York Peninsula including Weipa is very hard to beat with over 40 different species taken on fly each week not uncommon.
Hinchinbrook Island is an impressive backdrop to one of Australia's best saltwater fly fishing destinations. Home to an array of species, including Indo-Pacific permit and a great location to land the acrobatic Barramundi on fly.
The Wessel Islands and east Arnhem Land is one of Australia’s and the world’s truly remote saltwater fly fishing destinations. Aboard the magnificent Phoenix One mothership, this is fly fishing at its finest.
Situated at the Southern end of the Great Barrier Reef, Gladstone is one of Queensland’s best kept secrets. With beautiful beaches and flats, its home to Permit, Barramundi, Queenfish, Longtail Tuna, and Trevally on fly.
Known as the Whale watching capital of the world, Hervey Bay located 360km north of Brisbane is also the birthplace of saltwater flats fishing in Australia, next to Fraser Island and the Great Sandy Straits.
The beautiful Whitsunday Islands in central Queensland have a diverse saltwater fishery with excellent holiday options for the whole family including private islands, resorts, motherships and range of saltwater charters.
An Australian tropical hideaway located in the Indian Ocean of north West Australia, Cocos Keeling Islands has an expansive flats fishery, with inshore reef areas, surf breaks and beautiful beaches.
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