Great Sandy Marine Park Zones

gsmpsmThe Great Sandy Marine Park extends from Baffle Creek in the north to Double Island Point in the south. It includes Hervey Bay, Great Sandy Strait, Tin Can Inlet and the waters off the east coast of Fraser Island, seaward to three nautical miles.
For more info on Zones visit: www.nprsr.qld.gov.au

Weather & Tides

Size, take and possession limits

bag limitsIn Queensland, there are limits on the size of fish that can be legally taken for many species. There are minimum size limits and also some maximum size limits. Minimum size limits generally allow fish to spawn at least once and contribute to the population before they are taken.
Go to: www.daf.qld.gov.au

Club News

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Next fishing competition:     19th - 21st February 2016

Meetings:

   Management Meeting:   2nd February 2016 at 7pm

   General Meeting: 9th February 2016 at 7pm

   2016 Easter Classic Committee: 16th February 2016 at 7pm



New members always welcome - contact a Club member, or come to the next weigh-in at 4pm Sunday of the next comp at the Lion's Park, Burrum Heads!


Club Committee

President: Eric Davey
Vice-President: Paul Bloomfield
Treasurer:  Leanne Henderson
Secretary: Angela Gamel
Weigh-Master:  Ron Henderson
Assistant Secretary:  Rosemary Davey
Social Coordinator:  Julie Jorgensen

Beautiful Burrum Heads

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Burrum Heads is the hidden jewel of the Fraser Coast, providing an idyllic lifestyle for residents and a welcoming village atmosphere for visitors.  Burrum Heads is situated approximately 30 km north of Hervey Bay on the banks of the beautiful Burrum River.

 

Together with the spectacular sunrises and the awesome sunsets, all year round residents and visitors can take advantage of the reputation Burrum Heads has earned as a fishing wonderland.

 

There is a diverse range of accommodation options to suit all budgets including two caravan parks, holiday houses a plenty, B&B’s, and resorts. Visitors are known for returning year after year, in fact, many have chosen to become permanent residents.