January 9th, 2015 by Amy
We currently have availability for two houses for GAMEX 2015
3 LYON St
3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, stand alone studio.
Plenty of boat parking, 4 outdoor areas, fish cleaning station and boat wash down.
$290/night for the house
$90/night for the studio
30 KESTREL PLACE
This is our canal home. Amazing views, 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom, theatre room.
Plenty of parking for vehicles and boats.
This property is currently under construction and will be completed by the end of January. Watch this space for more photos!
August 31st, 2014 by Amy
There has been plenty of progress on our new house on the canals in Kestrel Place Exmouth. Like the other house, this place will be set up for boating families who want to explore Exmouth and the surrounding Ningaloo Reef.
May 6th, 2014 by Amy
There are still vacancies in June – Click below to see when you can stay!!
April 21st, 2014 by Amy
Works have commenced on a new addition to “Our Exmouth House”.
This house is a spacious 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom home and has a theatre room, spacious living areas and the lounge and kitchen have the best views in the house, looking directly out over the canals with views of two canals.
This house will be available for rent from January 2015 – possibly sooner.
You can register your interest by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or follow Facebook updates
February 17th, 2014 by Amy
Steve Vitali was fishing the shoreline around Mildura Wreck access road recently to target bluebone using crab and squid. The bluebone frequent this area regularly and are a hard fighting fish that can be challenging to land. Steve got some weird soft bites and hooked something that seemed rather unusual as it didn’t bite hard like the bluebone usually do. He brought it to the surface and to his surprise he caught a massive rock lobster that measured three times the length of his stubbie of beer! Despite it not being a tasty bluey, it was a rather delicious as an unexpected surprise that is always good for dinner!
Nat Everett has entered the monthly fishing comp with a 68cm spangled emperor that was caught on a Maria stick bait off Tantabiddi recently while she was fishing with her partner Tosh. Nat is pictured this week with her great catch and beaming smile. The fish was released again and this style of fishing with surface lures can be very rewarding for anglers. The action is tense and very visual as the fish hunt down the lure. All entrants for the monthly fishing comp for January were fantastic, with the winner being Scott Bolt and his marlin. Congratulations Scott!
A 3m tiger shark was caught by some recreational anglers fishing from the beach this last week. The fish was brought to the shore and carefully handled before release. There has been quite a bit of interest with shark fishing lately, with night time fishing for these species being very productive, not to mention cooler than the days! The balmy nights are still around 30degrees on the gulf side, but substantially cooler on the west side.
The rains have continued to fall on the eastern side of the gulf and if you are up in an aeroplane you can see there has been a lot more than in the town of Exmouth. This is great news for the fishing year ahead, with high rainfall in this area feeding the mangroves and creeks that run in to the gulf. The Exmouth Gulf is a very healthy ecosystem and you can catch just about any species in here where the mean depth is around 12m. The creeks can be very tricky to navigate and we don’t recommend going there without plenty of planning and time. However, the gulf waters hold much more variety and is far safer for navigation. We hope the rain will continue over there and add to the excitement for the year.
Fishing report brought to you by Bluewater Tackleworld Exmouth.