Fishing & Boating

There are a number of boat ramps, jetties and public mooring sites throughout the Tasman Peninsula. Check the Marine And Safety Tasmania (MAST) on 1300 135 513 or check out their website for a detailed list on the Tasman or see the list below

These are great spots to launch your boat or bring your esky and chair for some recreational fishing. Most of the IGA’s and stores on the Tasman have bait and simple fishing gear. Check out the fishing website to see if you need a recreational fishing license:

  • Sommers Bay Jetty
  • Pirates Bay Ramp & Jetty
  • Eaglehawk Neck Jetty
  • Murdunna Boat Ramp
  • Taranna Jetty & Boat Ramp
  • Saltwater River Boat Ramp
  • Nubeena Jetty & Boat Ramp
  • Apex Point Boat Ramp – White Beach North
  • Batchelor Street Boat Ramp – White Beach South
  • Porth Arthur Jetty – Historic Site
  • Garden Point Boat Ramp – Historic Site
  • Fortescue Bay Boat Ramp – Parks & Wildlife

Check out the tides4fishing website to keep up to date with tidal, weather and temperature information for a safe day out.

Tas Maritime Radio (TMR) broadcasts skeds containing coastal weather and maritime safety information 7 days per week, every day of the year
TMR monitors VHF and HF distress channels and frequencies between 0700 and 1900 daily, then hands over to TasPorts Security who monitor VHF channel 16 for emergency calls only.

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