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Recreational Fishing

 

Exemptions and concessions apply in most cases.  Check your personal circumstances on the links for each state. 

 

These links will also direct you to regulations including restricted waters, bag limits and closed seasons. 

 

Check tides times

 

New South Wales

 

When fishing in NSW waters, both freshwater and saltwater, you are required to pay the NSW Recreational Fishing Licence Fee

  

Northern Territory

 

You do not require a recreational fishing licence in the Northern Territory. However, recreational fishers currently need a temporary licence for recreational fishing on and over Aboriginal granted land and adjoining waters. See Fishing in Northern Territory hereNote new boat and bag limits apply from April 2015.  See summary on our New Pages.

 

Queensland

 

Anglers do not require a licence to fish recreationally in Queensland, except if fishing in some stocked impoundments.

Recreational fishing rules and regulations 

 

See regulations for bag limits and closed seasons here 

 

Victoria

 

A Recreational Fishing Licence covers all forms of recreational fishing in all of Victoria's marine, estuarine and freshwaters.  See also the Recreational Fishing Guide 2016  which is available as a hard copy or an App. which gives information including about species, bag limits and restricted waters.    

 

Western Australia

 

Links to the different recreational fishing licences, including specific species (eg marron and rock lobster) fresh water in the south west, and fishing from a boat)  here 

 

Licence to fish using a boat

 

These licences can be applied for on line via the above linked website.

 

 

 

South Australia

 

You do not need a licence for recreational fishing in South Australia

 

See regulations for bag limits, restricted areas and closed seasons 

 

Rock lobster pots used by recreational fishers must be registered

 

Tasmania

 

Inland fishing in Tasmania requirement a licence which can be purchased on line here

 

For further information about inland fishing rules and regulations

 

Sea fishing licensing requirements

 

For further information about sea fishing rules and regulations

 

 

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Caravan Clubs
Across the country there are many caravan clubs, be they brand specific, or just for those in an area or region. Many can be found thorugh the following links.  Some have limited numbers so may not have vacancies.  Joining a club is a good way for new caravanners to learn and enjoy outings with others as well have a good time with new friends. 
 
Affiliated Caravan Clubs Queensland
 

Affiliated Caravan Clubs Western Australia

 

Caravan Clubs in South Australia

 

Caravan Clubs in New South Wales

 

Caravan Clubs in Victoria - Tasmania is included

 

The Australian Caravan Club has a chapter for those travelling with Kids in Tow

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Boating
 
For requirement in each state for boat registration and Skipper's Ticket or Marine Licence see here
Pets in Parks - where you can go with your dog in National and State Parks 

What are the rules about National Parks?  Where can go with your pet? 

 

The following links for each state show what is permitted. 

 

New South Wales  

 

Northern Territory  

 

Queensland  

 

South Australia  

 

Tasmania  

 

Victoria  

 

Western Australia and  Where you can take your dog

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See also Travelling with Pets for further information about all aspects of travelling with your pet.
Tides
For charts of tides times for fishing or crossing tidal rivers see BOM or Willy Weather
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