One of the final frontiers of fly fishing, The Cape York Peninsula is a remote region in Queensland, Northern Australia that’s home to an abundance of wildlife, including a remarkable fishery and species diversity found nowhere else in the world.
If you want to add as many captured species on fly as possible to your list, then the Cape York Peninsula is very hard to beat with 30 to 40 different species in a single week, not uncommon. Including Barramundi, Queenfish and Long Tail Tuna, it’s also home to Queenfish, Blue Bastards, Tusk Fish and the Indo-Pacific Permit.
Due to the region’s limited access, a short domestic flight from Cairns will have you on the ground with some great local guides and authentic accommodation, while you can also join some of our week-long mothership operations.
These liveaboard trips are a great way to explore a variety of rivers, flats, bays and coves and will maximise your fly fishing stay in the region.
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