Fishing Fraser Island

You Can Dip Your Lines Fishing on Fraser Island All Year Round

Cathedrals On Fraser invites avid fishermen from all over to pitch a tent any time of the year, since every season is a good season when you come fishing on Fraser Island. Never return home without anything on your hook as the best fishing spots always have an abundance of swallowtails, breams, Spanish mackerel and flatheads to name only a few of the opportunities waiting for your bait on our part of the coastline.

What You Can Expect From Cathedrals On Fraser Regarding Fraser Island Fishing

Many local fishermen flock to our island annually to become one with nature while relaxing by the ocean with lines dipped into the water, success only a bite away.

  • We have the perfect location on the eastern side of the island. The geographical layout of the eastern side of Fraser Island turned it into a favourable spot for fishing as the surf gutters there form a great shelter for many schools of fish.
  • The best fishing spots are located right in front of our camping grounds. It is the most convenient location when you want to be off to the waters at dawn. The best times of the day to wet your lines with tremendous success is during dawn and dusk, although you are bound to be busy reeling in the lines during the entire day under these perfect conditions.

Fishing isn’t limited to a particular season. You can pitch your tent on our grounds any time of the year and expect to have a very rewarding fishing trip.

Benefits of Cathedrals On Fraser

Our setting is in untouched nature and is vibrant with natural life to explore. When you enter our gates you are truly immersing yourself into the local ecosystem while still enjoying the comforts of life in our conveniently equipped campsite.

  • You can immerse yourself in nature and enjoy bird and whale watching, try your hand at landscape photography and for the more active visitor, we offer dune walking.
  • We offer convenience with our powered campsites, we have a shop and a café, hot showers, flushing toilets, Wi-Fi and you can spend your evenings with those dear to your around a campfire, reliving the moments of your fun-filled days.
  • Our campsite is the perfect base from where to explore the entire island and all its natural beauty.

About Cathedrals On Fraser

Cathedrals On Fraser is the go-to destination for the avid nature lover since the late 70s. it was a popular spot then and we only built on the success by continuously ensuring your stay is as comfortable as possible without disturbing nature. Come and immerse yourself in the local ecosystem while still enjoying the comforts of life in our equipped campsite.

Give yourself a break from the rushed life in the city and relax your mind, body and soul under the open sky with the waves crashing in the distance. Book your spot on Fraser Island now.

General safety information

Safe Driving on Fraser Island

Aim to travel two hours either side of low tide wherever possible. Ensure you are not driving on the beach two hours either side of high tide.

It is recommended that you reduce tyre pressure before you get to Fraser Island. This is even more important if you are towing (don’t forget to reduce your trailer/caravan tyre pressures too!) If you are an inexperienced driver or towing a trailer or caravan, we recommend taking the Mantaray barge out of Rainbow Beach to avoid the need to take an inland track. Generally, the eastern beach route will be a smoother journey. During dry weather the sand at Inskip Point can become very soft and vehicles can easily get bogged getting on and off the barge.

For more tips on sand driving, visit here.

Emergency Contacts

In an emergency, dial 000.  If you don’t have mobile reception try 112. Help can be hours away, so carry a well-stocked first aid kit and medical supplies.

Fraser Island Police (Eurong): 4123 7911
Tow Truck Services (Eurong): 4127 9449 or 0428 353 164
Fraser Island Taxi: 4127 9188

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