Outdoor Activites World Class Fishing

Get out of Broome for the day and come fish Eco Beach. The fishing is superb, regularly landing a dozen different species a session. From Barra up the creek to Billfish along the coast, Broome Sportfishing has it covered!

Charters depart from the stunning Ramada Eco beach resort daily from April to October. Check it out on the web.

Bring your partner/wife out and pamper her with a massage and cocktails by the pool while you come fishing or bring her along on the boat to enjoy the spectacular scenery and the chance to see a whale. Partners pay a spectator price.

RATES

Charters depart daily from April to October between 8am and 3pm, Light lunch and soft drink provided. Bring Cold water and plenty of ice. 

Half Day  Fishing Tour (per person) $350
Exclusive Boat Charter  (Max 5 people) $1,500
Spectators (per person) $120

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LAND BASED FISHING PRICES

Enjoy the scenic 20 minute drive to the mouth of Jack’s Creek on a low tide before continuing on foot for your walk-in creek fishing experience.

Jacks Creek 2.5 hours
Minimum 2 people, Maximum 5 People
$90
Jacks Creek 4 Hours
Minimum 2 people, Maximum 5 People
$180
 Jacks Creek Transfer  $45
Fishing Rod Hire $20

Fish the creek pools for Barramundi, Mangrove Jack & Estuary Cod or the sandbars for Salmon, Queenfish and Trevally. This creek fishing experience will take you to one of Australia’s most scenic fishing locations

Eco Beach Resort
HELI FISHING

Start your day by flying to Jack’s Creek by helicopter and fish for the exclusive Barramundi, Mangrove Jack and Cod – just to name a few.

Jacks Creek Heli Fishing price on request

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BEACH FISHING

Tackle, kit and rod are available from the reception desk for hire if you want to cast a line in your own time. Bait is available for purchase from reception. Please note that we encourage responsible fishing in line with the WA Department of Fisheries’ “Fish for the Future” motto.  Please catch only what you need.