Would You Catch A Fish For A Million Dollars?
02 Dec 2015
The Northern Territory is buzzing with fishing enthusiasts hunting for an iconic NT barramundi. Seventy-six barramundi have been tagged and released in NT waters worth a total of $1,750,000. Seventy-five fish are worth $10,000 each and one swimmer out there is carrying a million dollar tag. With fishing locations stretching from Katherine, to Darwin, across to Tiwi Islands and back to Arnhem Land, the fish will be hard to find but the adventure will be worth search.
The fish were released in October and only five $10,000 barramundi have been reeled in. A few locals, a Queensland father and a couple from Palmerston are the winners to date. The competition is wrapping up on the 29th of February, leaving you plenty of time to register, grab your gear and make your summer an exciting one in the NT.
Book in to Oaks Elan Darwin to kick off your trip in style, rejuvenate mid-adventure or wind down after the hunt. With hotel rooms, 1 bedroom and 2 bedroom apartments, Oaks Elan Darwin will provide you with plenty of space for all your gear, a kitchen to cook up your catch and a king size bed for the perfect night’s sleep. Don’t forget to cool off in the swimming pool and watch Darwin’s renowned sunset from the comfort of your balcony.
For more information on your Million Dollar Fish or to register now visit www.milliondollarfish.com.au.
To find out more about the Oaks Elan Darwin, visit www.oakshotelsresorts.com.