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From hauling your gear to the job site, campsite, and even your secret fishing spot, Maxliner Maxboxes are the perfect accessory to keep your gear stored safe and sound. Our storage boxes are the perfect way to bring your perfect catch home. Check out our pick of fishing beaches across the country.

NSW – Fingal Head

Not far from the glitz and glamour of the world-famous Surfers Paradise beaches is the village of Fingal Heads. The narrow piece of land sits between the Pacific Ocean and the Tweed River estuary. Tuna or bream can be caught by standing on the beach or headlands rock wall.

NT- Buffalo Creek

Australia’s smallest capital city, Darwin is known for its barramundi fishing. You can head out on a charter, but if you prefer to keep your feet on the dry land head to the Buffalo Creek boat ramp. Just a 25-minute drive from Darwin city set yourself up next to the boat ramp on a good tide and see what you can reel in.

QLD – Port Douglas

You have will have your pick of fishing spots when heading up to good old FNQ with the Cairns region leading the world for in-season Black Marlin fishing. Our pick of the bunch for land-based fishing Southern Four Mile Beach in Port Douglas

SA – Waitpinga Beach 

Fish directly from the sand or the rocks at Waitpinga Beach and you may just find a salmon on your rod. Just a short drive from Victor Harbour, the picturesque scenery will give you something to look at while waiting for a nibble. if you need to take your gear down in your vehicle some car parks provide access to the beach through the dunes.  

TAS – Strahan

As an island Tassie has no shortage of beaches making it the perfect destination for surf fishing. Try your hand at catching salmon or shark in the wild waters of the west coast. Base yourself in the coastal town of Strahan and you will never be far from some of the best beach and river fishing Downunder.

VIC – Ninety Mile Beach

The Gippsland area has over 500kms of coastlines and lots of fishers have their own sworn by spot. Whilst it can get busy in summer, some of the best catches reward the fishers willing to brave a cold winter night.  You will most likely need a license for recreational fishing in Victoria. Buy one here

WA – Broome

With over twenty thousand kilometres of coastline it’s so hard to pick a favourite spot on the West Coast and with over 700,000 WA anglers fishing every year there is no shortage of anglers willing to help you find a spot. We are suckers for Broome. There are so many possible spots we recommend dropping into the local tackle store to ask for some advice on what’s biting, where.

Read up on our pick of the best 4WD beaches in Australia.