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Salmon Fishing in D’Entrecasteaux National Park 4-5 days

April 29 at 8:00 am - May 3 at 5:00 pm UTC+8

Here is your chance to catch a Salmon off the beach during the best part of the season as the schools of Salmon work their way up from the Southern Ocean, along the West Coast. There is no better way then catching them in the heart of one of the most beautiful National Parks in Western Australia, just 420 kms from Perth, D’Entrecasteaux National Park      

Experience camping on a remote, pristine beach within this very picturesque landscape, miles from the nearest town. However, you don’t have to rough it! Hire one of Dave’s Camper Trailers built by him in WA to GO ANYWHERE with all the features of a home away from home. This is a great way to learn how to use a camper, weaving our way through forrest’s only to be greeted by an huge expanse of soft sand, with beaches as far as the eye can see.  There is nothing more satisfying than catching your own fresh fish, to then throw it onto the hot plate over the Campfire, adjacent to where you dragged it in from the ocean. The experience of doing this around sunset whilst the sky turns red, is food for the soul. How much fun it is to see the glow on your friends face when he catches his first ever Salmon, as seen in my video below. Dave is only too keen to show you how to fillet, skin and cook your salmon on the open fire. Feel free to bring your own camper or simply hire one of Dave’s Touring tents to make this tour even more affordable.

These type of camping trips are fantastic for when mates and or their sons/daughters want to take time out from a busy lifestyle and bond with each other. It makes for memorable times. Something I have been doing all my life and wouldn’t miss it for the world!

If you want to learn more, register your interest with Dave to join him on one of his Information Evenings. Next one 3rd February 7.30pm at the shop.



April 29 at 8:00 am UTC+8
May 3 at 5:00 pm UTC+8


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David Goulding