FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
Below are common questions we are asked about our services.
When Did Moreton Bay Able Anglers Start?
Moreton Bay able Anglers was in design and development stage from 2014 to 2016. In 2016 our business commenced operation. Moreton Bay Able Anglers is a registered business in Queensland Australia and is registered for GST.
What Days Do We Operate?
7 Days A Week, 365 Days A Day, outings depend heavily on the weather and the number of bookings for each session.
Is This Only Boats or Landbased?
Moreton Bay Able Anglers can provide both land based or water based fishing options, depending on mobility, stability and safety aspects.
Land based fishing takes places at one of the local Jetties, Pontoons, Boat Ramps or secret locations ideally suited to the participants attending. When considering a location, several aspects are considered before a decision is made.
Do Participants Need A Carer?
If a participant usually requires a carer or support person, it is a requirement the carer or support person is present at all times.
If a support person is not usually required, a support person is not required.
* All children must be accompanies by an adult at all times *
How Much Does It Cost?
Moreton Bay Able Anglers work extremely hard to provide a stress-free, personalised experience on every trip.
Our fee structure depends on the service offering and some of our services are free offerings whilst others may have a small fee involved.
The fees or prices are customised for each participant or community organisation who use our services. To customise our fees for each participant we take into account NDIS, Centrelink, Employment Status and of course, the experience required.
Do Your Boats Have Safety Gear?
Moreton Bay Able Anglers are 100% safety conscious and compliant. On board our boats we have life jackets, anchors, oars, spare fuel, drinking water and our boats are always driven by a licensed operator.
Where Do You Go In The Boat?
Moreton Bay Able Anglers can launch in Sandgate, Bald Hills, Dohles Rocks, Burpengary, Beachmere, Bribie Island, Toorbul, Donnybrook and several other locations in the Moreton Bay region.