Burnanga meaning Cod derives from the traditional language of the Yorta Yorta people. Burnanga Indigenous Fishing Club is built upon a family’s passion and experience in fishing and camping.
Burnanga Indigenous Fishing Club Inc. is a not for profit Association based in regional Victoria in the township of Shepparton in the Goulburn Valley, It is the state’s (Victoria) first ever Indigenous fishing club with its purpose being Caring for Country and Culture through fishing.
Burnanga Indigenous Fishing Club aspires to be nationally recognised as the leading Indigenous Fishing Club in caring for country and culture through fishing.
Burnanga Club Membership is currently free and inclusive for all that supports the purpose of the club and is committed to caring for country and culture through fishing.
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Burnanga is governed by a committee of local Aboriginal people, with expertise and knowledge in business, cultural practices, natural resource and cultural hertitage management.
Burnanga Indigenous fishing club provides Fresh Water Fishing Day experiences, Fishing Competitions, Tailored Cultural Fishing Experiences and products immersed with local Aboriginal cultural knowledge.
Activities are held all year round, on weekends, school holidays and public holidays depending on the season, restrictions and availability