Awesome SA Charters, proudly owned and operated and is one of the biggest charter company in South Australia serving tourist and local fishoes along with teaching first timers how to enjoy a day on the water for, fishing and water sports. They are also about to launch a huge party boat to cater for larger group bookings for parties and events to cruise along the Port River and coast of South Australia. 

Their boats are equipped with up to date safety gear to meet current National Standards and is run by well trained and experienced professionals who have been qualified and in the industry for many years, some of which have served government organisations and are all up to date with their licensing and character history checks.

They have several options, including:

  • Inshore Small Fish (Whiting, Gar, Snook, Squid etc) 
    (North Haven – up to 5pp or Cape Jervis – up to 8pp) 
  • Offshore Bigger Fish (Snapper, Shark, Nanigai, Tuna)
    (Cape Jervis – Up to 8pp)

They supply all bait, fishing gear and tackle. You just take your lunch and drinks and enjoy!

The Skipper and crew loves a day on the water and they will always make sure you enjoy every minute of it too.

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