CFFA – A Gisborne based fly fishing club in the Macedon Ranges, Victoria. We are around 50 minutes from the Melbourne CBD.

The Calder Fly Fishing Club is open to anyone and everyone interested in the art of freshwater fly-fishing, from wily veterans to absolute beginners.

Meetings are held each month in Gisborne, Victoria except December. The club would be most convenient to those located in The Macedon Ranges, such as Gisborne, Macedon, Woodend, Sunbury, Riddells Creek, Kyneton and Romsey.

The aim of the club is to help educate and promote the sport and hopefully attract a new generation of fly-fishers. Meetings will cover tips and techniques, casting, fly tying, stream-craft and more.

There will also be regular events, such as fishing trips, casting clinics and even the occasional saltwater foray. As a sport, fly-fishing can come across as serious, confusing and downright intimidating, but not at the Calder Fly Fishing Club.

Club Meetings

General Meetings – All Welcome
GMs are usually the 4th Wednesday Night of Every Month except December but this may alter depending on speakers.

Fly Tying
These meetings are run on the 3rd Wednesday of the month (except January and December). These nights are free for paid up members.

Committee Meetings
Meetings for the committee and scheduled for the 2nd Wednesday of Every Month

Membership Fees

Membership fees are due January 1 each year.

Joining Fee: $30 (once off only)
Annual Fee: $60 per year. New members signing up in the last quarter of the year (October – December) will pay pro-rata annual fee.

Families (two adults and unlimited children)
Joining Fee: $30 (once off only)
Annual Fee: $60 per year (for entire family)

Application Form: Download


Meetings are held at Gisborne Community Centre,
8A Hamilton St, Gisborne 3437 VIC.

Postal Address

PO Box 176
Woodend VIC 3442