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Brunswick Heads guided beach fishing adventures

Brunswick Heads Nature Reserve

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Overview

Visit beautiful Brunswick Heads Nature Reserve for a guided fishing excursion with Wilderness Adventures. Whether you’re a seasoned angler honing your technique or just want a relaxing day on the beach, their experts have an experience custom-made for you.

When
Contact Wilderness Adventures for times. Tours run on demand to suit tides, seasons and needs of guests.
Where
Brunswick Heads Nature Reserve
Accessibility
Medium
Grade
Easy. Basic level of fitness required.
Price
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Bookings
Bookings required. Book online or email or call Wilderness Adventures on 0403 860 820.
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Wilderness Adventures aims to please with tailored fishing adventures that meet your goals. Their guided outings are a great way to fine tune your techniques, and learn new skills and tips to target those challenging species. With their help you’ll be one step closer to catching the big one.

Whether your aim is to become a confident beach angler, or simply relax with a fishing rod in your hand and your feet in the sand, they have an outing for you. Tours take place in Brunswick Head Nature Reserve, a wonderful spot to enjoy the great outdoors that's also conveniently close to amenities in the communities of Ocean Shores and Brunswick Heads. This means Wilderness Adventures can cater to a wide variety of guests, including children and school groups, sporting teams, party goers and backpackers.

Wilderness Adventures is a licensed commercial tour operator with a Parks Eco Pass.

For directions, safety and practical information, see visitor info

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    Disability access level - medium

    With advance notice Wilderness Adventures can tailor excursions to make them wheelchair accessible.

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    Brunswick Heads guided beach fishing adventures is in Brunswick Heads Nature Reserve. Here are just some of the reasons why this park is special:

    A home by the beach

    Pied Oystercatch and chick, Brunswick Heads Nature. Photo: Reid Waters

    Forty-three threatened animal species have been recorded in and around the reserve. Humpback whales can be seen off the coast during the migration period, and the world's smallest fruit bat called common blossom, which is just 6cm long, can also be seen. Other animals include the grey-headed flying fox, wallum froglet, long-nosed potoroo and koala. Critically endangered loggerhead turtles and vulnerable green turtles sometimes nest on New Brighton Beach. Brunswick Heads Nature Reserve is also home to threatened pied oystercatchers, sooty oystercatchers and beach stone-curlews.

    • Brunswick Heads guided beach fishing adventures Visit beautiful Brunswick Heads Nature Reserve for a guided fishing excursion with Wilderness Adventures. Whether you’re a seasoned angler honing your technique or just want a relaxing day on the beach, their experts have an experience custom-made for you.
    • Brunswick River picnic area Brunswick River picnic area is a great place to enjoy this peaceful reserve, with scenic views, easy access to fishing and plenty of birdwatching opportunities.
    • Byron Bay river tour and paddle This 3-in-1 adventure with Bryon Bay Eco Cruises & Kayaks is your chance to experience a boat cruise, go paddling in a kayak, and try a stand up paddle board, or SUP on the beautiful Brunswick River.  
    • North Head walking track A short easy walking route on North Head walking track through coastal rainforest to Brunswick River with scenic views and chances for picnicking, whale watching and birdwatching.

    Land of plenty

    Harrys Hill, Brunswick Heads Nature Reserve. Photo: OEH

    Brunswick Heads Nature Reserve lies within the traditional land of the Bundjalung people. The area, once a campground, continues to provide a ready source of food such as dugum (pipis) and julum (fish). Harrys Hill is known as "Durrungbil', which means "water rat". When viewed from the south side of Brunswick River at the right angle, the profile of that water rat can clearly be seen.

    Safe haven

    Harrys Hill Beach, Brunswick Nature Reserve. Photo: L Cameron

    Thirty-six threatened plant species have been recorded in the reserve. Brunswick Heads is a stronghold for many endangered rainforest plants that are either at the southern limit of their distribution or not found in many other places in New South Wales. These include Queensland xylosma, scented acronychia, durobby and white lace flower. The reserve also supports six endangered ecological communities (EEC), including littoral rainforest, swamp sclerophyll forest and coastal saltmarsh.

    • Brunswick River picnic area Brunswick River picnic area is a great place to enjoy this peaceful reserve, with scenic views, easy access to fishing and plenty of birdwatching opportunities.
    • Byron Bay river tour and paddle This 3-in-1 adventure with Bryon Bay Eco Cruises & Kayaks is your chance to experience a boat cruise, go paddling in a kayak, and try a stand up paddle board, or SUP on the beautiful Brunswick River.  
    • North Head walking track A short easy walking route on North Head walking track through coastal rainforest to Brunswick River with scenic views and chances for picnicking, whale watching and birdwatching.

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    North track, Brunswick Heads Nature Reserve. Photo: L Cameron/NSW Government