Seven Emu Camping Fishing

Natural Attractions

The fishing is a real highlight of Seven Emu because the stocks are near natural.

Although Barramundi are the most targeted fish, other local species include Spanish Mackerel, Giant Trevally, Queenfish, Black Jewfish and Golden Snapper. Fishing off the banks of the Robinson River could bring in Red Fin Salmon, Barracuda, Mangrove Jack, Silver Brim and Black Brim. Mud crabs are another favourite for the camp fire, and of course out on the ocean are plenty of reef fish. Whether you’re a nature lover, birdwatcher or just as a peaceful getaway, a stay in the stockmen’s camp sites overlooking the stunning Robinson River will be something you’ll never forget.

Watch the bull sharks hunting schools of salmon crocodiles swimming up and down on the hunt and as the toilets are situated so high on the cliff, watch the eagles and jabirus flying below you! Seek out the secretive Purple-crowned Fairy Wrens, Azure Kingfishers and wading birds.

Camp sites are spread out to assure your privacy. A short drive down to the banks of the Robinson River or Shark Creek will put you at a prime Barramundi fishing hot spot or gives nature lovers access to some of Australia’s most untouched waters. Launch your boat into the river to access the coast and be surrounded by multitudes of birds and abundant marine life.

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Paige and her Dad with her Barra

Seven Emu Camping Fishing

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