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Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 1995-126
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

A study of the demand and importance of seafood sourced in NSW and elsewhere to the catering and tourism industries in NSW

The NSW fishing and aquaculture industry recognises that there is an increasing demand for seafoods from a growing number of domestic and overseas buyers but it is facing restrictions on various activities because of the limited nature of the fisheries resources and waterfront aquaculture sites in...
ORGANISATION:
Ruello and Associates Pty Ltd
Industry
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PROJECT NUMBER • 2013-741
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

SCRC: Tourist Visitation to the Sydney Fish Market: Understanding Opportunities and Leveraging Value

This is the final report for the Seafood CRC project (Tourist Visitation to the Sydney Fish Market: Understanding Opportunities and Leveraging Value) awarded to UniSA in November 2013. Originally, the project targeted to investigate the following objectives: To enable SFM to develop effective...
ORGANISATION:
University of South Australia
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PROJECT NUMBER • 2009-761
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

SCRC: PhD 5.03 The role of inbound Chinese tourists in promoting Australian seafood products in China (student Jasha Bowe)

China is forecast to become Australia’s largest tourism source market by 2017. While China holds great potential for the export of Australian seafood products, it currently sits only sixth behind Japan, Hong Kong, Taipei, the United States and Singapore in export value. Country‑of‑origin...
ORGANISATION:
University of South Australia
Adoption
Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 2017-019
PROJECT STATUS:
CURRENT

Freshwater fish attracting structures (FAS): Evaluating a new tool to improve fishing quality and access to fisheries resources in Australian impoundments

This document has been compiled from various sources and, to the authors’ knowledge, represents the best advice currently available regarding the use of fish attracting structures to improve recreational angling in Australian impoundments. Although the principles outlined in this document may...
ORGANISATION:
Department of Agriculture and Fisheries EcoScience Precinct
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