Giralia Station is at the shallow southern end of Exmouth Gulf.
It has several beachside camps that are ideal for fishermen.
The coast here is shallow and careful planning is required around the tides.
Beach launching small boats can be done near high tide.
This is the southern limit of the barramundi’s range, they are not common here but can be found.
Most fishermen chase other species, including whiting, bream, flathead, cod, queenfish, salmon and jacks.
An interactive map of the Giralia camp sites is here.
The Giralia Station website is here.