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NSW Primary Industries Fishing and Aquaculture - Barramundi - aquaculture prospects
Barramundi can tolerate all levels of salinity from fresh to seawater and frequent a number of environments including coastal regions, estuaries, landlocked freshwater billabongs and rivers. Juvenile males spend the beginning of their lives in the freshwater reaches of rivers, migrating to a brackish environment to breed. All barramundi are hermaphroditic and begin their lives as male, changing sex to female at a weight of around 5kg. The barramundi is not native to NSW and is not currently bred in hatcheries in this State. However a large hatchery industry exists in QLD and the NT. There are a number of licensed barramundi farms in NSW. In 2000 there were five licensed barramundi farms in NSW. The colder climate and potential power costs involved with tank culture have, to some extent, restricted the development of this industry.


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