1. Cairns, Queensland

North Queensland, particularly the region north along the Great Barrier Reef from Cairns, is known as the Black Marlin Capital of the World.

2. The Top End, Northern Territory

Enveloping Darwin and Kakadu National Park, the tropical northernmost tip of the Northern Territory

3. Cape York, Queensland

Cape York offers fishermen a definitive Australian fishing experience.

4. Exmouth, Western Australia

Lining the World Heritage-recorded Ningaloo Reef, the world's biggest bordering reef, Exmouth is one of the most assorted fishing objections on earth.

5. Central Highlands, Tasmania

With more than 3,000 lakes, Tasmania's Central Highland is one of the top trout fishing spots in Australia.

6. Broome, Western Australia

The remote pearl town of Broome in Western Australia offers a smidgen of everything for enthusiastic fishers.

7. Hervey Bay, Queensland

Bay is popular for completely clear subtropical waters and incredible fishing with a different types of Australian gamefish.

8. Port Stephens, New South Wales

The retreat area of Port Stephens, around more than two hours' drive north of Sydney, is a fishing problem area

9. Port Lincoln, South Australia

nothing unexpected it's one of the most incredible fishing objections in South Australia.

10. Gippsland, Victoria

For natural surroundings variety, beating Gippsland as one of Victoria's #1 fishing destinations' hard.

11. Lake Jindabyne, New South Wales

In the Snowy Mountains of New South Wales, a five-and-a-half-hour drive from Sydney, Lake Jindabyne is one of the most mind-blowing trout-fishing lakes in Australia.

12. Sydney

12. Sydney

Encircled by serpentine streams, Sydney offers different and excellent fishing encounters.