Fisheries strategies, projects and research
Aquaculture research and development, licensing, sea cucumbers, sponges, reef fish, prawns, crayfish, mud crabs, cherabin, microalgae.
Programs for the eradication of black striped mussels, platies, jewel cichlids and mosquito fish.
The Northern Territory Government is investing $50 million over five years to improve recreational fishing opportunities.
Survey of fish populations in freshwater including Durack Lakes in Palmerston.
NT and national fish stock stock reports and status reports.
Sharing NT fisheries resources, purpose of the framework, development and future management decisions.
Harvest strategies represent a best-practice approach to operational fisheries management and have been widely adopted nationally and internationally.
Darwin Aquaculture Centre is working with Indigenous people to trial sea cucumbers, giant clams and tropical rock oysters.
Customary fisheries management, Aboriginal coastal licences, Indigenous Community Marine Ranger Program.
A comprehensive new Management Framework and Associated Harvest Strategy for the Offshore Net and Line Fishery is now in effect.
Key strategic issues facing recreational fishing, strategies and actions to ensure quality of fisheries and recreational fishing.
Northern Territory residents are being invited to participate in the Territory wide 2018-19 recreational fishing survey to help improve the quality of recreational fishing.