The Swampy Plains river catchment in the Kosciuszko National Park is one of Australia’s best brown trout fishing destinations, its headwaters commencing in Khancoban near the Victorian and New South Wales borders.
A tailrace fishery, with freestone rocks and boulders the river has numerous runs, riffles and pools with great holding water and prolific caddis hatches.
With fish ranging from half a pound to in excess of five pounds, and stunning scenery a day on the Swampy can yield big numbers of Brown Trout, either wading the edges or by drift boat.
The Swampy Plains Lodge situated perfectly with access to private water is a great city escape ideal for small groups around four hours from Melbourne in the highlands.
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