The 2020 Fitzroy River Barra Bash Tournament kicks off from Wednesday 13 May 2020 to Saturday 16 May 2020. A great competition for keen anglers’ lure fishing for Barramundi and Threadfin Salmon with over $20,000 in Cash and Prizes.
The 2020 Fitzroy River Barra Bash offers everyone the opportunity to participate in an array of events including the all-new Recovery Session at the Frenchville Sports Club including a Boat Giveaway!
The 2020 Fitzroy River Barra Bash will once again incorporate the Family Fun Day with a date to be determined, offering all “fish-loving fams” the only excuse they need to get out on the water and cast a line!
Is there any more excuse you need to get the family together and show off your casting techniques in the famous Fitzroy River.
Fitzroy River Barra Bash Tourament
13 - 16 May, 2020
2 Anglers Per Team
$450 Registration per team
On the Fitzroy River Rockhampton
Over $20,000 in Cash and Prizes up for Grabs!
Limited spots available,
Mum, Dad, Kids, and Friends it is time to throw in a line and see how you measure up in the Fitzroy River Barra Bash Family Fishing Competition.
Register now for free to lock your spot in and give you the chance to WIN a bounty of prizes.
Welcome to Rockhampton for the Fitzroy River Barra Bash.
This is the second staging of this event, as anglers target trophy Barramundi and King Threadfin Salmon on the spectacular Fitzroy River.
The Queensland Government supports the Fitzroy River Barra Bash and other key events because of the $800 million they contribute to our economy. Regional events mean regional tourism jobs – which are only created because you and thousands of other people have turned up to explore.
Congratulations to the Frenchville Sports Club for organising the event and I encourage visitors to ensure they allow time to explore the diverse and unique tourism experiences of the Capricorn region while here.
The Hon Kate Jones MP
Minister for Tourism Industry Development
With a catchment covering 142,665 square kilometers (55,083 sq mi), the Fitzroy River is the largest river catchment flowing to the eastern coast of Australia.
Named by European colonial settlers and pastoralists, Charles and William Archer, on 4 May 1853 in honour of Sir Charles FitzRoy (the Governor of the Colony of New South Wales at the time), the river is famous for housing the most diverse range of freshwater fish in Australia, including the prized Australian Barramundi.
Most often utilised as a recreation spot by locals and visitors alike; the Fitzroy River offers the perfect setting for a range of activities. From sunset picnics and insta-perfect photo moments to dragon boat racing, rowing and of course fishing, this beautiful natural landscape is where we will meet you!
With sold-out 2018 and 2019 events, 2020 will fill fast!
Book your team today and make sure you are on the water with us in May for the Fitzroy River Barra Bash.