Why Choose Broken Bay GFC?


The Broken Bay Game Fishing Club. established in 1961, has developed a strong history and tradition as one of the States most competitive game fishing clubs with an enviable track record of success in major tournaments. The Club has in excess of 220 members and an impressive fleet of over 30 boats.

Each March the Club host the States most successful and largest prize money club tournament, “The Broken Bay Invitational”, which attracts in excess of 80 boats and a prize list of in excess of $100,000.During the past 48 years the Club has established itself as the most consistent and most successful club in the NSW Interclub competition with an impressive 19 Champion Club awards (15 Capture and 4 Tag & Release) and 12 Runner-up Champion Club awards (8 Capture & 4 T&R).

In addition the Club has an impressive successful track record in Central Zone Competition which is held each season between all Sydney-based and Central Coast Clubs, and many of our individual Club members hold several State, Australian and World capture records.As a Division of the Royal Motor Yacht Club Broken Bay (3600 members) our members enjoy the Club’s outstanding dining, boating, social and sporting facilities located in a modern marina with 218 floating berths, 48 swing moorings, a weigh station, swimming pool, bistro, bars and club rooms.

We would recommend you visit the club’s website, www.royalmotor.com.au to familiarise yourself with the Club’s facilities and activities.Whilst we have a significant amount of fishing know how and talent within our membership, the Club’s continued success and future is very much dependent in ensuring that this knowledge and skills are passed on to new members.

To assist the assimilation of new members into both the social and competitive club activities we hold our Club meetings at 7.30 pm on the first Wednesday evening of each month in the Club’s Horseshoe Cove Room. Game fishing has four angling categories, Male (over 16) Lady (over 16), Junior (under 16) and Small Fry (under 11) and all are welcome in our competitions and at our meetings. 

This meeting provides members with the opportunity to socialise and be updated on Club developments and activities. Many members meet for dinner around 6 pm in the Club’s bistro with family and friends prior to the meeting. Each meeting usually hosts a key guest speaker to discuss a varying range of topics relevant to boating, angling and game fishing competition.

This program, over a period of time, provides an ongoing forum for existing and new members to enhance their knowledge, skills and competitive edge in successful game fishing. 

If you are seeking to become a member simply contact our Angling Captain, Alex Qasabian on 0414 512 057 and he will be happy to assist you.