The Ultimate Barramundi, Sport, Fly Fishing and
Reef Fishing Destination
Best barramundi fishing in Australia is no small claim but that's what we offer in Arnhem Land, and our fishing lodge has the runs on the board to prove it. The multi-award-winning Arnhemland Barramundi Nature Lodge offers great prices and an amazing remote sportfishing adventure that continues to attract repeat guests year after year.
Read the testimonials and you will be convinced that nothing beats us for service, comfort, last frontier adventure, and simply world-class fishing for barramundi and more than 30 other great sportfishing and reef species. Let the wonders of Arnhem Land blow you away.
We are the perfect destination for Australian companies seeking a contained/isolated destination for motivational and customer experience.
NAFA 27 COMPETITION FOR A $25,000 TRIP FOR 3 TO THE ARNHEMLAND BARRAMUNDI NATURE LODGE HAS BEEN WON
Congratulations to Tristan Miller from SA for winning this once-in-a-lifetime fishing trip to the remote Arnhemland region of the Northern Territory.
Tistan plus two lucky people will spend 6 nights and 5 days fully-guided fishing at Australia’s... (more)
BIG BARRA EXPLODE AT THE BARRA LODGE. SIX METRE-PLUS BARRA LANDED IN THE PAST 5 DAYS!
Jason Wilhelm with a mega GT caught at the Lodge during his recent trip.
Here's another one added to the metre club. Scott Cousins caught this 105cm barra at the lodge; check out the local in the background!
Rick Jones with a beautiful 1.20m jewfish caught during his June trip to the Lodge.
Happy Camper: Graham Perrin with a 1.05m barra caught in June 2014.
It just dosn't stop at the Barra Lodge.
David Bennett with guide Andy Taylor showing off David's silver beauty that measured 104cm. David landed this great fish on his recent trip to the Barra Lodge in early May.
Steve McNamara caught this 95cm fresh water barra on his recent trip to the lodge in late April.
Liam Reed with his magnificent 101cm barra that he landed during his recent trip in April to the lodge.
Awseom work Liam!
and Mark Hardman’s 99.5cm barra would have qualified for the
Lodge Metre board!
Gunther Kittniss with a cracker 94cm barra caught during a recent trip to the Lodge. Note the old war wound!
James Bradstreet struggles to lift his 106 cm barra landed at the Lodge last week.
This year has been every bit as good as we predicted. Numerous clients have reported that they had days where fish numbers for their boat topped the 100 mark. One guest commented to me that his fishing will never be the same again after the fantastic fishing... (more)