The Seafood CRC are excited to announce the first seafood marketing CRAM conference being held in Adelaide on Wednesday 1 May and it's free to attend!
New research indicates that growers could benefit from ‘looking beyond the paddock’ for insect pest management, and that remnant native vegetation may be another tool for the control of insect pests i
The Frosts have been investing in technology over the last few years to make their 77.8 ha Tauhei farm easier to run, and manageable for one person.
Further tests are being carried out to determine the cause of sick redfin perch found in Lake Hume over the past few months.
The Department of Primary Industries (DPI) and the Eildon community will be hosting the Goulburn Fishing Festival on Friday, August 31 and Saturday, September 1 at Eildon.
Fisheries Officers in the Wimmera are concerned with the recent incidents involving the illegal use of Opera House nets or yabby pots.
Two men from Inglewood, near Bendigo in Central Victoria, have recently been prosecuted and fined for illegal fishing, after being caught by Fisheries Officers from the Department of Primary Industrie
.SARDI research, supported by State Government has opened a ‘window to the future' for South Australia's Rocklobster industry.
Advances in computer modelling will ensure young prawns have a happy Christmas.
Neil Perry has praised Spencer Gulf King Prawn fishers for "believing in the science".
There are many marine wonders from Port Phillip Bay waiting to be discovered by big and small kids alike at Queenscliff's Marine and Freshwater Discovery Centre.
The Minister for Primary Industries and Water, Bryan Green, has announced that tenders have been called for charter vessels to translocate 100,000 rock lobsters.
Australia's ability to protect the health of its aquatic resources advances significantly with the opening of the South Australian Aquatic Biosecurity Centre.
The Expo is staged by the industry, for the industry. It has been created to entice the public to explore all the possibilities that boating offers.
An ambitious seven year study has found that the rapid growth of the South Australian Sardine Fishery since 1991 has been achieved without adversely affecting the surrounding ecosystem
Anyone can apply for a Fishwise Community Grant, including fishing clubs and organisations, councils, community groups, individuals, students and research organisations.
Northern NSW prawn farmers are hoping mulloway will one day become as well known as the Yamba prawn.
eWater has confirmed its plans to develop its product suite and continue to provide professional modelling services after the CRC ends in June 2012.
Australian scientists have reported the first known detrimental impact of southern hemisphere ocean warming on a fish species.
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Four weeks after surviving Cyclone Yasi, Crystal Bay prawns were awarded a Gold Medal and the Champion Prawn Award at the 2011 Sydney Royal Fine Food Show Summer Aquaculture competition.
As part of the Sydney Royal Fine Food Show Australia's top farmed seafood was put to the test in the 11th annual Sydney Royal Aquaculture Competition.
Researchers from The University of Queensland have discovered that one of the effects of inceased human population is stress being placed on the environment leading to sick turtles.
The NSW Government has unveiled its plan to control one of Australia's worst aquatic pests, Cyprinus carpio, better known as the Common carp
Queensland fishers are being urged to learn how to tell teraglin from mulloway.
South Australia's pipi - also known as Goolwa cockles - are currently considered to be overfished
Fishers throwing a line in the Gulf should remember barramundi are now off limits until midday 22 January 2010.
South Australia's annual closed season for snapper will again take place this year during the month of November.
The Queensland Government is expanding the State's noxious fish list in a bid to further protect native fish stocks.
The growing popularity of harvesting pipis at Venus Bay has prompted new research