South Australia

Australia’s Cold-Water Fishing Playground

The home of the giant snapper
and King George Whiting

They catch them big in South Australia.
Cast a line from a jetty or riverbank, take a boat out or join a fishing charter, the choice is yours.

South Australia, with its incredible coastline and stunning inland regions is inextricably linked to its character and is a significant economic and cultural asset. South Australia is undoubtedly Australia’s fishing capital, with King George Whiting, Giant Snapper and succulent Lobster appearing on the bucket-list of many Australian and international anglers. The distinctive cold-water species in the region, coupled with both salt water and fresh water fishing options, has positioned South Australia as a fishing magnet for national and international fishing tourists alike.

Fly or drive, South Australia appears on the itineraries of many fisherman, from the fishing novice to the fishing fanatic, for its large, clean-water fish. Coupled with a variety of accommodation styles, from international brand accommodation to van parks, South Australia delivers on every level. And ask any Australian fishing fanatic what’s on their bucket list and they will usually answer, “a giant tuna, snapper or King George whiting in South Australia”.

“I never thought I would catch a snapper that big!”

Choose your South Australian
fishing destination

There are many regions of South Australia, all offering incredible and diverse fishing options. Our favourite locations include Kangaroo Island, Cowell, Marion Bay, North Haven, Port Broughton, Port Lincoln, Port MacDonnell, Wardang Island and of course, Adelaide.

Fishing Charters

Go Fish can put you in the right boat to suit your needs. From your own hire boat to a private charter or even join a regular trip. With many tried and tested charter fishing operators at our fingertips, we are sure to find you something to suit your expectations and your budget.

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