fishing coles bay jetty freycinet
fishing coles bay jetty freycinet

The town of Coles Bay in the Freycinet National Park swells during the Christmas / New Year period, during Easter and generally over warmer months. There are many activities that can be undertaken in the Freycinet National Park, Coles By East Coast of Tasmania. They include camping, bushwalking, fishing, sea kayaking, taking a cruise, walking on beaches, swimming, surfing and other boating activities. There is also an abundance of wildlife to spot including wallabies, kangaroos, sea eagles, wedge-tailed eagles, wombats, spotted quolls and an abundance of other sea and bird life. There are also some amazing wineries in the district, and Coles Bay has a growing reputation for its fine food. Or you can simply relax. A popular activity for kids and their parents is to drop a rod in the water from the jetty or the rocks in and around Coles Bay. Please take care, the weather conditions can be changeable and the bay area where boats are moored and come and go gets busy at times necessitating care. Species of fish that can be caught from the jetty or from the rocks in and around Coles bay include flathead, couta, striped trumpeter, albacore, southern bluefin tuna, Australian Salmon and bream is abundant in rivers in nearby towns including Swansea and Bicheno.