MEET AND GREET: Former rugby league star Andrew Ettingshausen was on the Capricorn Coast to film his TV show and meet fans at the Waterline Cafe.
MEET AND GREET: Former rugby league star Andrew Ettingshausen was on the Capricorn Coast to film his TV show and meet fans at the Waterline Cafe.

ET escapes to the Capricorn Coast to fish for his TV show

ET has made a stop at Keppel Bay ... and it's all been for the fish.

Retired rugby league player Andrew Ettingshausen (also nicknamed ET) has spent hours fishing off the Capricorn Coast as he films for his television show Escape with ET.

The rugby league legend made a stop at the Waterline Cafe at Keppel Bay Marina to meet and greet fans, and to answer a few questions.

ET said he and his film crew had been fishing around Port Clinton and said the entire Capricorn Coast region was very beautiful.

"I went to places here that I've never been before," Ettingshausen said during his stopover.

Andrew Ettingshausen

Played NRL during 1980s, 1990s and early 2000s.

Played for the Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks.

Retired at the end of the 2000 season.

Played 328 first grade games.



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