ABOUT HERVEY BAY
Hervey Bay is one of Australia's premier natural holiday destinations. Bordered by 40km's of pristine beaches and waterways, Hervey Bay is internationally recognized for its spectacular whale watching and as the gateway to the world heritage listed Fraser Island.
Hervey Bay offers an incredible number of things to see and do - you'll be spoilt for choice.
Hervey Bay's climate is sub-tropical with long warm summers and mild winters.
Hervey Bay is internationally recognized as one of the best places to view the annual whale migration. Between June and November humpback whales migrate north, leaving the freezing waters of the far south to bask, breed and give birth in Queensland's tropical waters.
The world Heritage Listed Fraser Island is the largest sand island in the world measuring 123km in length and 22km at the widest point.
The diversity that Hervey Bay has to offer anglers is unbeatable. Whether you're estuary, beach, reef, or game fishing or throwing a line off the jetty, you're a sure chance of a world-class catch!