Category: ABOUT KING ASH BAY

2021 Easter Fishing Classic

King Ash Bay Fishing Club saw the return to our Easter Weigh In Competition The Easter Classic was a huge success! Thank you to all our Sponsors and entrants that helped make it the great weekend it was. Please stayed…

Covid-19 Update

King Ash Bay Fishing Club is open to anyone not from a current hotspot. As these are changing rapidly please check the NT Coronavirus website to ensure you have not visited a hotspot or had contact with anyone who has…

Staff required for 2021

While most of our positions are currently filled we are still looking for a kitchen hand for a few shifts per week. Please email secretary@kingashbay.com.au if are interested in applying. This position would be from now until Oct/Nov 2021 The…

King Ash Bay Fishing Club, Northern Territory – Welcome!

Right in the heart of Borroloola fishing country, on the banks of the McArthur River With 500 acres of land (under lease from the NT Government) right on the bank of the McArthur River, there is space for many camping…

Club Membership

Interested in becoming a member of King Ash Bay Fishing Club? Unlike many other clubs, we do not actively seek new members and approval of new applications is not automatic. We accept applications for new membership and approve new members…

FISHING AT KING ASH BAY

With a two lane boat ramp, hundreds of kms of sheltered, mangrove lined rivers and creeks and easy access to the Sir Edward Pellew Islands and surrounding waters in the Gulf of Carpentaria, the range of fishing opportunities is enormous.…

PREPARING FOR YOUR TRIP TO KING ASH BAY

At King Ash Bay we are very remote. We are 700km from the nearest traffic lights and 1,000km from the nearest shopping centre. With that being said, we are very well setup here. Many first time visitors are amazed at…

Borroloola Region

While fishing is the main reason people come to King Ash Bay, the region has much more to offer.   Considered a lawless frontier town when first gazetted in 1885, Borroloola is now the commercial centre of the region and…

Wildlife and Flora

The McArthur Region is a tough environment for flora and fauna.  A long dry season, with long days of searing sun, cool nights and almost no moisture is followed by the hot, humid rainy and sometimes cyclonic wet season.  The…