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Cape York - Fishing and Boating

Aurukun Wetland Charters

Aurukun Wetland Charters

Operating in a truly remote and unique part of Cape York Peninsula, Aurukun Wetland Charters operate on the magnificent waterways of Aurukun and the Wik and Wik Way people.

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Cape York Adventures

Cape York Adventures

Cape York Adventures offers 4wd and boat tours for day trips and extended overland trips.

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Cape York Peninsula Fishing

If you’re looking for a place to unwind from the office or your daily routine, book a fishing charter with Jay Arnold from Cape York Peninsula Fishing.

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Fishing in Cape York

Local operators based from Seisia, near the tip of Cape York, have the unique opportunity to fish three distinct areas - the north east coast of the Gulf of Carpentaria, the Torres Strait and the eastern tip of Cape York coast. Fish pristine rivers, wilderness coastline, and nearby coral fringed islands for a great tropical sports fishing experience.

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Fishing in Weipa

Weipa is situated on a point surrounded by two huge estuaries, the Embley River to the south and Mission River to the north. Also to the north is another large river system – the Pine.

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Rinyirru (Lakefield) National Park

Rinyirru (Lakefield) National Park

Rinyirru (Lakefield) is Queensland’s second largest National Park and the largest park in Cape York at 537,000 ha. Spectacular wetlands and extensive river systems attract a great diversity of waterbirds while estuarine and freshwater crocodiles bask along the river banks and barramundi wait in the shallows.

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