Batemans Bay - NSW

Reef, Sport and Game Fishing & Boating in Batemans Bay Australia

In a small town approximately 154 km south east of Canberra in New South Whales, you will find a gem of a holiday waiting for you on water and on the shore. Well known for the personalized services offered by a variety of fishing charters, private charters for diving and cruises, and incredibly beautiful crystal clear waters, Batemans Bay offers every boat and fishing enthusiast something wonderful to do.

Batemans Bay Fishing has competitive rates, a wide variety of accommodation packages, offers specials for winter fishing, customizes charters and cruises for singles, groups or families. You can choose from half day or full day fishing trips, and even light tackle game fishing trips. Whether reef, sport or game fishing or simply cruising the Bay and enjoying the sites of the whales and dolphins as they play in the sea, there is something special waiting for you.

From The M.V. Jean Marie, you can even dive or have a beginners trip, where the skipper and his crew will teach you to fish, help you bait your hooks and help you with your very first catch! What an awesome family outing that could be. Whatever your level of expertise, Batemans Bay Fishing has something for everyone in your party.

Top Cat Charters is owned and operated by John Stevens, the longest serving charter boat operator in the area. In his 30 foot Shark Cat, you have a large customized rear fishing deck, under cover seating for 8 people and an on-board toilet for those long nights and days at sea. Whether you prefer trolling for Marlin, Tuna and Shark or prefer scouring the reefs for Snapper, Morwong and Kingfish, the Top Cat is ready to get you there comfortably and in style.

No matter what company you call upon, the bait and tackle are included, as are refreshments and lunches. You can take cruises without fishing if you would like, and drop anchor to do some scuba diving instead. Make a booking with Blue Dolphin Cruises, Merinda Cruises, or the Clyde Princess for a whale watching trip or a three to four hour tour with a stop for lunch in the historic township of Nelligen.

The Australian lifestyle is to work hard and play harder. In this majestic small town on the Bay, there are plenty of things to keep you busy on shore or at sea. There are wonderful selections of food and accommodations to suit every budget and every need. Who knows, you may find you are like many others, you come to visit and realize it is a fascinating place to live. Affordable housing makes that an even more appealing prospect.