National Aquaculture Council
Curtin ACT, Australia.
The major industry sectors by value (salmon, pearls, tuna,
prawns and edible oysters) are the main members of the NAC,
with each sector being automatically allocated a position on
the board of directors. The NAC allows for full membership
from corporate organisations. This is particularly important
given the role these organisations have in the development
and day-to-day operations of the industry.
Aquaculture Association of Queensland, INC.
Queensland, Australia. Aquaculture - a
sustainable source of protein. Freshwater aquaculture
companies listed supplying products like fingerlings, silver
perch, jade perch, sleepy cod, golden perch, Murray cod,
barramundi, ornamental fish and production equipment.
Queensland Aquaculture Industries Federation Inc.
QAIF is an organisations representing the rapidly growing
aquaculture industry in Queensland. All sectors of
aquaculture have representative organisations aimed at
assisting members and encouraging development. These
industry organisations are committed to working together on
common issues through QAIF.
Aquaculture Council of Western Australia (ACWA)
ACWA prides itself on being a member-driven organisation
that strives to ensure a profitable future for its members
and a viable future for Western Australia's aquaculture
industry. Presently, ACWA's membership represents over 80%
of the current and industry earnings of the Western
Australian aquaculture industry, and consists of
Institutions, Corporations, Aquaculture Sector Associations
and individual members. Species of fish and seafood
currently raised by aquaculture practices in Western
Australia include Abalone, Barramundi, Black Bream, Coral
and Live Rock, Marine Finfish, Marron, Mussels and Oysters,
Pearls, Prawns, Redclaw Crayfish, Silver Perch, Trout,
Aquaculture in the Northern Territory - Department
of Primary Industry and Fisheries.
Information on the main aquaculture species in NT including
Pearl Oysters, ornamental fish and plants, barramundi, sea
cucumber (trepang) and Giant Clam aquaculture. The Darwin
Aquaculture Centre, Aquaculture licensing, policy,
Indiginous Aquaculture andd industry support.
Aquaculture Association Inc.
Information to assist members and anyone interested in
aquaculture, including integrated aquaculture (aquaponics).
Australian commercial aquaculture, is the fastest growing
primary industry in Australia, but also home aquaculture for
private use is a huge component of our members. Growing fish
and yabbies in private farm dams, aquaponics in the backyard
or garage and aquarium breeding are all activities that are
increasingly popular. The NSW Aquaculture Association
provides, representation, support, information and a
platform for communication between all its members that
include commercial producers, hobbyists, educators,
suppliers, researchers and all those interested in the
Australian Aquaculture Council (SAAC)
The South Australian Aquaculture Council (SAAC) is the peak
body for the South Australian Aquaculture Iindustry and all
industry associations are members of this peak council -
Tuna, Marine Finfish, Oysters, Mussels, Abalone, Freshwater
crayfish and Inland
Prawn Farmers Association, Inc.
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.
The Australian prawn farming industry now produces over
4,000 tonnes of product annually with a farm gate value in
excess of $70 million, providing more than 1000 direct jobs
and 1800 indirect jobs. The Australian industry is one of
the smaller volumetric producers in the world but leads the
world in productivity with an average yield of more than
4,500 kg per hectare.
Aquaculture Association of South Australia
South Australia, Australia. IAASA Inc
(Inland Aquaculture Association of South Australia Inc) - An
Association for everyone involved in inland aquaculture in
South Australia, including Farmers, Suppliers, Processors,
Marketers, Education and Support, Students,
Contact: Mr Robin Moseby, PO Box 387, KENT TOWN SA 5264
Oyster Farmers Association of NSW Ltd
Oyster Farmers Association - New South Wales, Australia
Contact: PO Box 254, Turramurra NSW 2074.
Phone (02) 9487 3566. Fax (02) 9487 1849
Salmonid Growers Association Ltd
Sandy Bay, Tasmania, Australia.
The Tasmanian Salmonid Growers' Association Ltd is
Tasmania's peak body representing salmon growers throughout
Australia's beautiful island state. Tasmania prides itself
on its on clean, green environment, and it is in the crystal
clear waters of its many delightful waterways, where we grow
some of the world's finest salmon. Tasmanian Salmon has
become synonymous with fine seafood around the world.
Tasmanian Salmon growers employ world best practice in their
farming techniques and their dedication to quality processes
can be seen, and tasted in the fine texture and flavours of
this exquisite seafood delicacy. This, combined with water
temperatures which are perfect for growing top quality
salmon, free from major salmon diseases, enables us to
produce a product which is without peer.
Barramundi Farmers Association - Since its
establishment in 1993, the Australian Barramundi Farmers
Association (ABFA) has played a key role in the development
of the rapidly expanding Australian farmed barramundi
industry. Industry representation, the Association is
recognised as the peak industry body by governments and
research agencies; A primary source of information for the
industry; The prioritisation of industry research and
development work as well as working with researchers and
funding research; Initiation of a number of projects to
enhance demand for Australian farmed barramundi; The
preparation of an industry development plan; The preparation
of an industry post harvest code of practice and standards.
International Salmon Farmers Association -
Aquaculture, or fish farming is centuries old. Salmon
farming began in Norway approximately 40 years ago but it
has become an economic driver and social mainstay of coastal
and rural communities all over the world – in countries like
Canada, the United States, Chile, the UK, Australia, New
Zealand, Iceland, Ireland and the Faroe Islands. Salmon
farming currently employs thousands of people, generates
billions of dollars into local economies and provides
leadership and training opportunities for young people so
that they can work and raise families in their home
communities. Farmed salmon has also become a staple part of
a healthy, nutritious and affordable diet for people of all
Aquaculture Stewardship Council
The ASC's mission is to transform aquaculture towards
environmental sustainability and social responsibility using
efficient market mechanisms that create value across the
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