Established in 2016, Able Angler’s mission was to facilitate social inclusion groups that centred around fishing for people living with a disability or mental illness. It has since grown to include more amazing experiences for participants. We service Brisbane, Moreton Bay, Redlands, Logan, Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast and Cairns. Able Anglers services are 100% insured.

Our service costs can be funded by Fee-For-Service, NDIS and My Aged Care. We are proud to be the longest running disability fishing service in Queensland! We are a multi-award winning operator including TEC’s Autism Provider of the Year and 20/21 Me gal Health Respite Specialists of the Year. We have also been nominated for many awards including HESTA Excellence Award!

Join us for one or more of our fantastic activities below…

Fishing Group. Designed to focus on mental health respite, fun social interaction and community participation without focus on personal challenges. Our services are provided on stable platforms at locations that take into account mobility and stability of our participants.

Moreton Island Day Trips. A day on a catamaran cruising the amazing waters of Moreton Bay and surrounding Moreton Island. See the famous shipwrecks and maybe some dolphins, dugongs or whales!

Supported Day Trips. This service is custom designed to participants goals and dreams. We facilitate amazing day trips, including Theme Parks, Concerts, Zoo’s, Circus Shows, Racing Events and more. See our website for the latest events.

Join us for our free and low-cost events including our free games night every Wednesday night 6-9pm

STA I Respite Support.  Short term accommodation offers opportunities for people with a disability/mental illness to meet new people and try new activities, whilst allowing carers to take a break.

For more information, great stories and awesome, current events visit our website www.ableanglers.com.au

Want to talk to us direct? Call us on 07 2103 4195 or email info@ableanglers.com.au

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