Welcome To Able Anglers Pty Ltd

Welcome to Able Anglers Pty Ltd

Able Anglers (Originally Moreton Bay Able Anglers) was founded in 2016.  Able Anglers was built by Steve who has extensive, lived experience with mental illness.

While times have changed, in 2016, it was found, people living with a Disability and/or Mental Illness needed more in their lives than a park visit or shopping centre trip to stimulate their mind and senses.

Able Anglers has evolved from 'just' a Fishing Respite Service to providing more and more opportunities, these opportunities are life changing experiences and are direct requests by our participants and/or part of their life goals.  Some of these activities have included V8 Super Car Rides, Moreton Island Catamaran Trips, Jet Ski Trips and more.  Our slogan says it all, "Reel Opportunities For Real People".

Able Anglers provide many services, including;

  • NDIS Social Inclusion Activities
  • Community Participation Activities
  • Disability Fishing Groups
  • Circus Trips, V8 Super Car Rids, Jet Ski Rides
  • Moreton Island Tours
  • Short Term Accomodation (STA)
  • Disability Support Workers/Carers
  • And so much more.

With over 400 registered participants, Able Anglers are the largest, social and community services providers in South-East Queensland, specifically designed for people living with a Disability or Mental Illness.

Our service offerings are designed to assist participants to live a better life and to enjoy some of the activities, once thought would not be possible.

Able Anglers Pty Ltd provides emotional social support to our participants, essentially in the same way a respite service works.

We pride ourselves in providing a comfortable, adaptable and compassionate service to each and every participant.  If you would like to see some of our reviews, you can see what our participants say about our service on our Reviews page on our website.

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