The maps and GPS data are provided to illustrate fishing and diving spots. Basic chart information is provided only to illustrate fishing areas.
This website is not be used for land or sea navigation. Complete nautical charts and maps must be used when navigating.
Ongoing negotiations from recent Aboriginal land and sea rights court cases, as well as changing legislation, changing land holdings and creation and management of marine parks, means land/sea access and fishing regulations in some areas are changing constantly and may differ from what is published here.
Visit government and Aboriginal land council web sites for the latest information before fishing.
No responsibility will be taken for misadventure arising from use of information in this guide. No warranty is provided in relation to the information (including accuracy, reliability, completeness or suitability) and no liability is accepted (including without limitation, liability in negligence) for any loss, damage or costs (including consequential damage) relating to any use of this guide.
GPS co-ordinates provided may be subject to typographical or other error. GPS co-ordinates may mark hazardous reefs and as such should only be approached during good conditions.
Waves may break unexpectedly over submerged reefs.
Unmarked hazards, INCLUDING ROCKS, SHIFTING SANDBANKS, SUBMERGED TREES AND MORE, may exist in ALL WATERWAYS.
Crocodiles inhabit northern waters, including beaches, offshore islands, harbours, inland waterholes, creeks and rivers … sometimes they are even on roads … do not take risks.
Marine park zones will be illustrated where possible on this website with approximate boundaries, but refer to the relevant state or federal authorities’ maps for detailed boundaries and their conditions before fishing.
GPS data for wrecks and other features in no-fishing sanctuaries are provided for divers. Be sure to know marine park zone boundaries and rules before fishing.
Some wharves are subject to security zones. These zones may change at short notice. Check with local port authorities before fishing near wharves.