The Ultimate Barramundi, Sport, Fly and Reef Fishing Destination

Season Update

Following an amazing period of outstanding barramundi and sports fishing during the 2021 Build-up season, the Arnhem Land Barramundi Lodge is gearing up for another great Runoff season in 2022. The wet season has been just what is needed to ensure great fishing through late February to early May. Everyone is excited and the Lodge will be operating as normal.

The Lodge looks forward to offering you the trip of a lifetime.

For all bookings and enquiries, please contact Fishing Tropical Australia via the Contact Us page or call 08 89831544.

CRICKET-SCORE CATCHES JUST KEEP HAPPENING!

Hardly a day went by during the Build-up season without all the boats catching cricket-score numbers of barra. It was mayhem. Here’s what Will Bosma had to say:

“An incredible 8 days of fishing saw me land and release 250 barramundi thanks to Dylan and his great team of guides at Arnhem Land Barramundi Lodge this week. Biggest barra went 85cm and some stonking blue salmon and threadfin salmon were also landed. Sadly, best trip ever has come to an end but it’s been a hell of a week”.

There were plenty of metreys too and the Lodge Metre Club Board is struggling to keep up. Here’s lodge guide Brodie Quaas with a solid metrey.

See our latest newsletter for details.

The Accommodation at Arnhem Land Barramundi Lodge

The Lodge

The lodge features 12 safari suites, each complete with luxury furnishings, ensuite bathroom, air-conditioning and front deck.

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The Fishing at Arnhem Land Barramundi Lodge

The Fishing

The remote and extensive waterways in this region have a well earned reputation for offering some of the best barra fishing in the world.

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The Location of the Arnhem Land Barramundi Lodge

Location

Located on the far north coast of the Northern Territory, Arnhem Land is the largest and most remote Aboriginal land reserve in the country.

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