Here there is saltwater fishing, river and lakes fishing and even snorkelling and spearfishing. If you plan to visit this country, you will probably want to go yourself. Charter a boat, or just find a deserted beach and angle fish.
No matter where you go in the country, unless you choose the extreme desert regions, you can find places to fish. Even in the deserts, there are rivers providing cool respite.
In the far north, you will want to check there are no crocodiles in your chosen water spot, but other than that, fishing here is no more hazardous than anywhere else.
All of Australia’s cities, with the exception of Canberra, is on the coast and were built where there were reliable sources of water, so if your limited for time, you can even find ample opportunities in and around our cities.
Those with more time on their hands, can find pristine rivers in places as far away as Tasmania for a memorable fishing trip. Thousands of miles of beaches and rock headlands will give you more.
Fishing is the number one sport in a country of sports, and for good reason. There is plenty of fishing to be done here, from our pristine ocean waters to the lakes and streams of the country.
All the latest news, rules and regulations about gamefishing in Australia: Gamefishing Association of Australia.
One of the country’s premier fishing magazines in print for more than two decades, with the latest for anglers from leading fishing journalists: Freshwater Fishing Magazine.
Fisheries Dept. of the Australian Government, an interesting source of information about sustainability: DAFF.
Find Hotels and other accommodation in South Australia: Hotels in Australia.
Main Photo: Despite its dangers, rock fishing is popular in Australia. Photo: Rottnest Island in Western Australia
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