Moreton Bay Able Anglers have put together a list of local wheelchair friendly fishing locations within the Moreton Bay region. Clicking The links below will open in a new window, if you are using your mobile phone, maps should open up ready to navigate to the ramp.
1 Esplanade N, Donnybrook QLD 4510
107/108 Esplanade, Toorbul QLD 4510
This location has a public boat ramp with public toilets close by and a small convenience
shop that sells food, drinks and bait.
Welsby Parade, Bribie Island has several locations to fish, driving along the water front you will find several nice parks with public toilets where you can park and fish.
Welsby Parade also leads you to the Bongaree Jetty which is a great fishing spot day or night and is also covered by Security Cameras.
49 St Smith Road, Beachmere is a public boat ramp. This ramp carpark has several spots you
can fish and also has public toilets close by.
Along Landsborough Avenue in Scarborough there are several fishing spots, some are rock walls with footpaths along them, however, please be careful around these structures as they could be narrow and slippery.
Along Flinders Parade in Scarborough there are several fishing spots, some are rock walls with footpaths along them, however, please be careful around these structures as they could be narrow and slippery.
Along Redcliffe Parade you will find the Redcliffe Jetty, this Jetty has lights along the jetty, toilets at the entrance to the Jetty.
At the end of Oxley Avenue you will find the Woody Point Jetty.
At the end of Clontarf Avenue (near the Redcliffe Bridge) you will find the old Bridge which has been converted into a fishing platform. There are toilets at the start of this platform.
On Park Parade, Shorncliffe you will see the very long Shorncliffe Pier. This pier has toilets before you go onto the pier.
Baxter’s Jetty is just around the corner from the Shorncliffe Pier located on Allpass Parade. This is a small jetty with Toilets in the vicinity also.