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Balonne River

Balonne River

An oasis for the outdoor and fishing enthusiast – the St George region has a lot to offer. Bring your rod and tackle and find a nice spot along the Balonne river, or one of the many other waterways in this area brimming with fish. Situated 512km from Brisbane, the fish of St George are just awaiting your arrival…and a perfect reason to come and enjoy the tranquil waters of the Balonne.

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Lake Awoonga

Lake Awoonga

Lake Awoonga is a 3000ha angler’s paradise known for its spectacular Barramundi fishing. It is voted the best impounded fishing lake in Australia, and is ranked in the world’s top ten of impounded fishing lakes – which offers some idea how impressive the fishing at Lake Awoonga really is.

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The Grampians

The Grampians

Ever seen some of the most fascinating ancient sandstone ridges in Australia? Ever walked through the mountainous ranges of the Victorian wilderness? Ever experienced the breathtaking views and picturesque setting of the Grampian National Park? Well… what are you waiting for?

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Lord Howe Island

Lord Howe Island

Lord Howe Island is a small island situated in the NSW waters of the Tasman Sea. Although only 11km long, Lord Howe Island is home to beautiful coastlines, tranquil rainforests, stunning volcano peaks and rare coral reefs. Lord Howe Island has much to offer the holiday maker, the adventure seeker, the nature lover, and is considered paradise to the avid angler.

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Fraser Island

Fraser Island

Fraser Island offers one of the best beach fishing destinations in the world. This great fishing spot enables you to enjoy a great fish all year round. Not only are the fish plentiful but its also a great place to relax and enjoy the sunshine regardless of the season. So chuck on your togs…put on some suncream…cast out that line…and pull in a fish or two or three or four or…

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