The Lodge of Dundee - Northern Territory
Blue Water, Reef and Sportfishing from Bynoe Harbour north of the Lodge to the Peron Islands towards the south.
Great food, swimming pool, beachside beer garden, take away bottle shop, small convenience store ensures everything is at your fingertips.
After breakfast it is a 50 metre walk and you are being launched to commemce the fishing experience of a lifetime.
There is close access to quality reef and grounds supplying a fishery for the ultimate NT fishing adventure.
We travel to fishing grounds depending on times of the year and the species we are targeting. It may be Red Emperor, Spanish Mackerel, Black Jewfish, Coral Trout, Bluebone, Saddletail Snapper, Golden Snapper, Sailfish and many more reef species.
The bigger vessel, "Dundee Explorer", is equipped with a fully shaded rear deck, air-conditional wheel house, toilet and BBQ.
The vessel has the latest fish finding technology as well as plenty of local knowledge with the skipper and crew. Our experienced skipper and deck hand are on the job at all times and we even clean and prepare your fish to take back to the Lodge for your evening meal. Not a bad atmosphere enjoying your catch with a beer viewing the great sunsets from the Beer Garden.
"Dundee Explorer" - 10.5 metre Custom built Razer Line Vessel. Powered by 2 x 350hp Yamaha. rods, reels and tackle provided, Toilet and Shower onboard, air-conditioned cabin.
"Pelagic" - 7 metre Custom built vessel catering up to 5 clients powered by 225hp Yamaha.
Transfers from Darwin
Vehicle transfer option is about 1 hour 45 minutes from Darwin Airport to The Lodge of Dundee.
Light aircraft option is 15 to 20 minutes.
5 nights/4 days fishing Example
Based on 4 clients - $3540.00 per person.
Costs for 2 to 6 clients for 3 to 10 days are available on request.
- All meals including morning and afternoon tea.
- Sportfishing for 2 days on Dundee Explorer and 2 days on Pelagic.
- Five nights accommodation on a twin share basis in Seaview Suites.
Not included: < br /> Transfer from and to Darwin. Alcohol