FISHING IN THE GLADSTONE REGION

The Gladstone Region provides an absolute plethora of places to fish all year round for the novice, fishing enthusiast or professional angler.

Some locals believe Gladstone is one of the best places to fish in Australia. Locals and visitors alike rave about the many types of fish on offer and the accessibility of fishing spots within the region. The assortment of fish found in the Gladstone Region is endless. Species vary from Sweetlip, Coral Trout, Tuna and Mackerel to Barramundi, Bream, Grunter, Trevally, Jewfish, Queenfish, Saratoga, Cod and Mudcrabs.

It doesn’t matter if you’re a reef or estuary fishing enthusiast or want to fish from a creek, beach or island, the Gladstone region has many easily accessible spots to cater for your whim. The waters in and around Gladstone are a transitional zone where the warm waters of the tropical north meet the cool of the south. This means the area is a virtual seafood smorgasbord with the best species of the region taking centre stage!

DON’T MISS! Each year the Gladstone Region plays host to Australia’s biggest family fishing competition, the Boyne Tannum Hookup. This popular event sees fishing enthusiasts travelling from far and wide to join in on the action. 

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Gladstone Harbour & Surrounds

Gladstone Harbour & Surrounds

Boyne Island & Tannum Sands

Boyne Island & Tannum Sands

Lake Awoonga

Lake Awoonga

Islands & Reefs

Islands & Reefs

Agnes Water & Town Of 1770

Agnes Water & Town Of 1770

Fishing Competitions

Fishing Competitions