Quobba Station has a reputation as one of Australia’s longest stretches of coastline for land based game fishing.Try ballooning, spinning, bottom bouncing, salt water fly and spear fishing along the 80kms of harsh, jagged and unpredictable coastline that is Quobba’s western boundary. …

“Quobba Station is equal to any land based game fishing in the world –  I have been coming for 36 years, and always find it hard to leave.” – Allan Barker

The 80 kms of Quobba Coastline is a unique piece of Australia. There are very few places where you can see such a rugged yet so beautiful coast. There are many things to see and do on arrival at Quobba Station. One of the main attractions is the land based game fishing that is a challenge to any fisherman of any experience. With the water depth reaching up to 80ft, casting distance from the rocks, the opportunity to catch game fish is almost unlimited. Spanish Mackerel, Shark mackerel, Broadbar Mackerel, Cobia, Tuna, Benito, Sharks and Sailfish have all been caught from the Quobba rocks. Reef fish waiting for you to catch include Norwest Snapper, Pink Snapper, Bald Chin Groper, Queenfish, Trevally and a plethora of other species. You shouldn’t go hungry!

Whistling Rock

Fishing Safety


Beach Fishing

High Rock

The Ledge

2 Mile

The Caves

Red Bluff

Camp Rock