That's The Thing About Fishing (TTTAF)

Children & familiesHealth & wellbeingOlder PeoplePeople with disabilitiesVolunteer organisationYoung people
TTTAF is a not for profit organisation that assists, amongst others, people battling mental health issues, disability groups, youth in trouble, men and women's health groups and people suffering depression.

For these people, fishing is used as a therapeutic way of changing their lives by giving them a better quality of life, increasing social interaction and improving self confidence. Oh, and it allows them to enjoy the fishing!

Fishing clinics are run for groups on a regular basis by TTTAF volunteers. All appropriate equipment is supplied.

The clinics are open to everyone and all abilities and backgrounds are catered for.

Contact us today for further details, be it as a particpant or as a volunteer.

Website Link (being rebuilt at the moment, so
not as much info on there as we would like)

Facebook page

Opening Hours

Clinics are regularly run on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Special events are run during school holidays and on request.


Frankston Pier, 9N Pier Promenade, Frankston 3199 View Map

Google Map

Other Locations

Throughout Bayside and the Mornington Peninsula, but particularly at Mordialloc, Seaford and Hastings.


Continuous, even and accessible path of travelRamp entry

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