Ultimate Adventures – a long established barramundi fishing safari and fishing camp operation in the East Kimberley – fully guided and all-inclusive. Ultimate Adventures provide a personalised small boat experience for sportfishing people, general and novice fisher people, birdwatchers, photographers and nature-lovers.
Experienced qualified guides will take visitors on a full day barramundi fishing safari, half day barramundi fishing tour, a 2 hour scenic small boat river tour or a one night or a two or more day fishing and camp stay trip on the Ord River in the East Kimberley.
Lots of birdlife, tropical wildlife and crocodiles coexist in this unique river system. Other fish species visitors may encounter are western sooty grunter & similar species, silver jewfish, various catfish, shark, the odd mangrove jack and sometimes a stingray or sword fish.
Visitors travel through outback station country and at the camp will enjoy the sounds of the bush. Home-style meals using local produce and freshly cooked barramundi are on offer. Self-contained travellers are welcome to stay in the campgrounds.
Many happy customers say it’s “More than a fishing trip!”
Adventure Birdwatching Boating Carpark Caters for limited mobility Cruises, Sailing and Water Tours Family Family Friendly Fishing Full Day Land - Motorised Moderate Nature & Wildlife Non Smoking Public Toilet Regional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation Signature Experiences Sports Visitor Information Centre Walk Water - Motorised
Experience barramundi fishing with a qualified and experienced guide. Learn the techniques to hook a barramundi in the unique Lower Ord River system. Enjoy the thrill of the catch of Australia’s famous sportfish. Our guide will collect you from your accommodation in Kununurra or you can self-drive (4WD) to Hairy Dog’s Fishing Camp set up bush style on the banks of the Lower Ord River.
Here you transfer to the barramundi fishing boats and traverse the shallow rockbars and rapids in search of the elusive barramundi. Lots of tropical scenery, wildlife, birdlife and crocodiles coexist with northern fish species including barramundi, western sooty grunter, silver jewfish, various catfish, shark and on rare occasions a mangrove jack.
Enjoy your bush surrounds while having a fresh salad and cold meat lunch. Snacks, fruit and cool drink are also supplied. Visitors need to bring shady hat, sunblock, camera to catch the action! and wear protective outdoor clothing and footwear.
Return to Kununurra tired and satisfied with your big day out!Carpark Family Friendly Non Smoking Public Toilet