Dundee Beach

Dundee Beach is one of the many beaches of Fog Bay on the Timor Sea some 120 km south-west of Darwin. The beach gives its name to a small relaxed coastal town there that is a popular fishing spot and a favourite weekender and holiday destination for increasing numbers of people, mainly from Darwin but also from as far away as Alice Springs and Western Australia.

The main attraction of the small community of Dundee is fishing. Dundee Beach is considered by many to be the best base for barramundi, reef and sport fishing in the Northern Territory. Dundee Beach and Bynoe Haven host several fishing competitions during the dry season and the fishing is great year round. Dundee featured prominently in many episodes of the fishing show "Fishing North Australia" by Alex Julius. Fishing, boating and long walks along the beach at sunset among the activities to enjoy.

 


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How to get there: by road, turn off the Stuart Highway onto the Cox Peninsula Road, just south of Noonamah, then via Fog Bay Road from Charlotte.

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