HG Blakeney got it right when he took up Mangalore Station. Blakeney was one of the first surveyors in this area and knew how to select a great parcel of land and as it turns out, a great fishing spot. He named the property 'Mangalore' after a city in India.... more
Mangalore Fishing Spot is permanently shady, and one of the biggest waterholes along the Warrego River. With plenty of shady trees, steep river banks and easy access for small dinghies, Mangalore has all the ingredients needed for a great camping and fishing experience for the whole family.
Further information on this and other fishing locations in the Charleville area can be obtained by contacting the Charleville Visitor Information Centre. Please note: Riverbanks can become inaccessible and very boggy during and after wet weather for up to two weeks. Drought and times of below average rainfall can also affect river levels and restrict fishing at this location.
Bush Camping is permitted at this location, however it is not a designated Camping Ground. You will need to be fully self sufficient. There are no facilities at this location.... less
Children are welcome when supervised.
Yes. Pets are allowed, however, must be restrained at all times. This is a public and stock access area.
How To Get There
47 kilometres south of Charleville on the Mitchell [Matilda] Highway [towards Cunnamulla]. Turn right, travel two kilometres down a dirt track.
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