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Editor-in-chief Dr Tim Walker Regular contributors David O'Sullivan

Anchors Aquariums Artifical Reef System Artificial Seawater Automatic Monitoring Systems Bacteria Product Bags – Plastic Bait Baskets Bins Biofilters Biological Filter Media Biological Trickle Filters Biomass Measurement Bird Netting Bird Scaring Equipment Blowers Boats and Outboards Bug Zappers Building Insulation Bulk Bag Equipment Buoys Cage Fabric Cages Chain Check Weight Labelling Equipment Chemical-Free Oyster Posts Chemicals Cleaning and Sanitising Products Counters Current Meters Custom-Designed Seafood Processing Equipment Cryopreservation Systems Diagnostic Kits Egg Sorters Environmental Monitoring Equipment Feed Bins Feeders Feeds Filtration Equipment Fish Growout Equipment Fish Hatchery Equipment Fish Processing Machines Fish Harvesting Equipment Fish Health Fish Transporters Flotation Equipment Floating Cages Flowmeters Gases Gps Graders

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Aquaculture Status Report & Industry Resources

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Status of Australian Aquaculture in 2010/11

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Education and Training Institutions offering Aquaculture Courses 2012

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Associations and Industry Groups

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Advertising Megan Farrer

Government Departments

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Australian Aquaculture Research Institutions 2012

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Plants and Animals Abalone Algae Artemia Cysts Barcoo Grunter Barramundi Brine Shrimp (Artemia) Catfish Freshwater Crayfish Freshwater Fish Goldfish Jade Perch/Barcoo Grunter Japanese Koi Live Feeds Marine Fish Marine Worms (Polychaetes) Mulloway Murray Cod Oysters (Crassostrea Gigas) Perch – Golden Perch – Silver Shellfish Trout – Brown Trout – Rainbow Yabbies

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Hatchery Equipment and Supplies Heaters Heat Pumps Hopper Bins Hormones (Avpma Registered Hormones) Hydroponic Systems Ice Making Equipment Incubator Cabinets Insect Killers Insulation Insurance/Stock Mortality Internet Diagnostic Services Kilns – Smoking Laboratory Equipment and Supplies Lease Markers Lights Long-Life Timber Posts Marine Marker Buoys Materials Handling Medication and Chemicals Meters Meters Microalgae Culture Media Microbial Preparations Microscopes Mooring Equipment Mussel Farming Equipment Mussel Floats and Buoys Nets Nets and Netting Oxygen Contactors Oxygen Diffusers Oxygen Generators Oyster Grading/Counting Machines Oyster Growout Trays and Equipment Oyster Growout Posts and Railings Oyster Slats, Stakes and Sleeves Oyster Hatchery Equipment Oyster Nursery Equipment Oyster Processing Equipment Ozone Systems Ozone Water Sterilisation Equipment Packaging Machines Packing Systems and Materials Pallet Bins Pallets Pearling Equipment Personal Flotation Device Pest Control Phosphorus Control Compound Photographic Equipment Photometers Phytoplankton Culture Media Pipes Plastic-Coated Oyster Posts Plastic Fabrication Plastic Mesh

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AQUACULTURE STATUS REPORT AND INDUSTRY RESOURCES

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Status of Australian Aquaculture In 2010/11 the States to that reported for the previous year (order from last year given in brackets): Tasmania (1) – $416.8 million, up $21.7 million, 5.5% increase (sixth year of increases); South Australia (2) – $207.1 million, up $14.1 million, 7.3% increease (first year of increases); Western Australia (4) – $100 million, up $2.7 million, 2.8% increase (first year of increases); Queensland (3) – $89.2 million, down $15.5 million, 14.7% decrease (first year of decreases); New South Wales (5) – $46.29 million, down 3.4 million, 6.8% decreases (second year of decreases); Northern Territory (6) – $28.15 million, down $0.05 million, 0.3% decrease (first year); and Victoria (7) – $22.8 million, up $1.26 million, 5.8% increase (second year of increases).

Summary For the financial year 2010/11 data on aquaculture (both hatchery-nursery and growout) production and the value of this production has been collated from a number of government and industry sources.

Data on hatchery-nursery production (numbers), growout production (tonnes) and farm gate value of production (Au$) was collated from information and statistics provided by the following State and Territory Government representatives: • NSW Fisheries Website (New South Wales) • PIRSA Website (South Australia) • QLD DPI Website (Queensland) • Vic Fisheries Website (Victoria) • Tim Paice (Tasmania) • Vicki Simlesa and NT Department of Resources Annual Report (Northern Territory)

For the first time in six years there has been a change in order of total value for

1000.0

Tonnes harvested Farm Gate value

70.0

900.0 800.0

60.0

700.0

50.0

600.0

40.0

500.0

30.0

400.0 300.0

20.0

200.0

10.0

Financial Year

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09/10

07/08

08/09

06/07

05/06

04/05

02/03

03/04

01/02

99/00

00/01

97/98

98/99

95/96

96/97

93/94

94/95

100.0 92/93

0.0

0.0

Value (A$million)

80.0

90/91

Written by: Jennifer Savage October 2012 1835 Ryan Road St Germains, Vic 3620

Figure 1: 23 Year Trends in Australian Aquaculture Production and Value

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Disclaimer: This report provides estimates as provided to the authors by Government and industry members. The estimates represent the best data available at the time this report was prepared, however, this data is continually being updated or adjusted. This report should not be used for investment purposes and Dosaqua Pty Ltd and its staff and contractors disclaim any liability for losses incurred as a result of reliance of any information contained in this report..

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This article should be referred to as: Savage, J., 2013. Status of Australian Aquaculture in 2010/11. Austasia Aquaculture Trade Directory 2013, Turtle Press, Hobart, Tasmania, pages 6-25.

Acknowledgements

In order of farm gate value of production, the ten most valuable sectors were Salmonids ($394.9million, up 6.7%), Southern Bluefin Tuna ($125.1 million, up 22.5%), Pearl Oysters ($104.3 million, down 0.1%), Edible Oysters ($94.2 million, down 2.5%), Prawns ($57.3 million, down 24%), Barramundi ($38.2 million, stable), Abalone ($24.4 million, down 6%), Yellowtail Kingfish ($23.9 million, up 3.4%), Mussels ($9.8 million, up 4.2%), and Crocodiles ($8.8 million, stable).

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Notes: • All values are provided in Australian dollars. • Marketing and scientific names are from the Australian Standard® AS SSA 5300 – 2007: Australian Fish Names Standard; a searchable database of all species listed in the Australian Fish Names Standard is available at: www.fishnames.com.au

Just under 74,500 tonnes of product were harvested (the highest ever recorded) as well as just under 11.5 million juveniles (all finfish) produced in hatcheries for recreational and conservation stocking (3.5 million Aquarium Fish are included in these figures). The total farm gate value of production was $910.6 million, an increase over the 2010/11 value ($889.6 million) provided by O’Sullivan and Savage (2012). This is approaching the highest value Australian aquaculture has reached (the value in 2007/08 was $911.4 million).

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• Kristie Nobles and Department of Fisheries WA Website (Western Australia) • ABARE Reports (website). Additional information supplied from various company websites or by industry members including, Rachel Hawkins, Les Safark, Rene Pinxt, Mal Davidson, Sharyn (Eden Mussels) and Bell Huang. Some conference/workshop presentations as well as company and industry websites were used for adjusting data or estimating figures when firm data was not available. – This report would not be possible without the assistance of these people and their input is gratefully acknowledged.

1. What Constitutes Aquaculture Production? The Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO) of the United Nations has provided the following definition: ‘Aquaculture is the farming of aquatic organisms, including finfish, molluscs, crustaceans and aquatic plants. Farming implies some form of intervention in the rearing process to enhance production, such as regular stocking, feeding, protection from predators, etc. Farming also implies individual or corporate ownership of the stock being cultivated.’ Therefore, in addition to the culture of edible species (such as Salmon, Oysters and Prawns), aquaculture in Australia also includes: • The hatchery/nursery production by government or private operations of Molluscan spat, Crustacean postlarvae/juveniles and Finfish fingerlings – Note: in this report, data for hatchery production has only been included when it was referred to the: – Stocking of public waterways (eg. for conservation or recreational fishing enhancement), – Export (eg. such as Rainbow Trout eggs and Native Ornamental Finfish), – Stocking of private dams and ponds for own use (non commercial use), or – Other recreational uses (eg. Aquarium or Ornamental Fish trade). • The harvesting of Microalgae, Brine Shrimp, Zooplankton and other organisms from water bodies which are under some form of lease and/or management;

• The culture of Aquarium and Ornamental Fish and Aquatic Plants for sale; and • The culture of aquatic organisms for the extraction of pigments, fine chemicals, jewellery and other products such as pearls, shells and skins. The holding of aquatic animals for the live seafood market (eg. Rock Cod, Abalone and Rock Lobster) provides significant value-adding to wild caught product. Whilst this holding phase is recognised as an aquaculture activity, the data collection processes currently used in Australia does not allow a value to be determined with any confidence. Additionally, the value of the export of fish ova (eggs) and fingerlings should be

included in these Australian production figures. Unfortunately data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics is not in a form that could be incorporated within the appropriate State totals under hatchery production.

2. Increases in Production and Value Annual reviews have been published by the author(s) on the total value of Australian aquaculture production for the financial years between 1988/89 and 1991/92 and between 1994/95 and 2010/11 (Table 1). During the 2 year period when no data was collected, data that had been collated by ABARE (Brown et al 1997) has been used. Estimates of aquaculture production

Table 1: Comparison of data on Australian aquaculture production for the financial years from 1988/89 to 2010/11 reported by the authors and ABARE (Brown et al 1997). Year

Tonnes (000s)

Value * Au$million

Sources

1988/1989

11.9

135.9

O’Sullivan (1992a)

1989/1990

12.4

188.0

O’Sullivan (1992a)

1990/1991

14.3

237.5

O’Sullivan (1992b)

1991/1992

16.2

254.1

O’Sullivan (1995)

1992/1993

17.6

253.9

Brown et al (1997)

1993/1994

20.4

294.1

Brown et al (1997)

1994/1995

23.7#

464.6

O’Sullivan & Kiley (1996)

1995/1996

27.0

448.9

O’Sullivan & Kiley (1997)

1996/1997

25.6^

441.8^

O’Sullivan (1998)

1997/1998

30.7

517.4

O’Sullivan & Roberts (1999)

1998/1999

32.4

613.6

O’Sullivan & Dobson (2000)

1999/2000

36.8

695.3

O’Sullivan & Dobson (2001)

2000/2001

38.3

730.8

O’Sullivan & Dobson (2002)

2001/2002

48.0

773.2

O’Sullivan & Savage (2003)

2002/2003

48.2

770.1

O’Sullivan & Savage (2004)

2003/2004

51.9

674.0

O’Sullivan, Savage & Fay (2006)

2004/2005

49.6

636.6

O’Sullivan, Savage & Fay (2007)

2005/2006

56.8

760.3

O’Sullivan, Savage & Fay (2008)

2006/2007

62.0

799.6

O’Sullivan & Savage (2009)

2007/2008

66.2

911.4

O’Sullivan & Savage (2010)

2008/2009

70.9

888.4

O’Sullivan & Savage (2011)

2009/2010 2010/2011

73.1 74.3

889.6 910.6

O’Sullivan & Savage (2012) Current Report

* Notes: Figures rounded to nearest decimal place. No adjustment has been made for inflation. # = In O’Sullivan & Kiley (1996) this figure was incorrectly given as 40,363 tonnes. ^ = In O’Sullivan (1998) incorrect values for Tasmanian Atlantic Salmon and Pacific Oyster production were provided, so the previous totals of 25,700 and $444.2 million were incorrect.

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and value for Australia over the past twenty-two financial years are provided in Figure 1. This figure shows a reasonably steady increase in both production and value in most years since the late 1980s, only 1995/96 and 1996/97 are the exceptions to the rule. Since then the annual increases (decreases) in value have been: • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

16.9% in 1997/98, 18.6% in 1998/99, 13.3% in 1999/2000, 5.7% in 2000/2001, -0.4% in 2001/2002 (decrease), -14.3% in 2002/2003 (decrease), -5.5% in 2003/2004 (decrease), -12.4% in 2004/2005 (decrease), 16.3% in 2005/2006, 5.2% in 2006/07, 14.0% in 2007/08, -2.5% in 2008/09 (decrease), Static in 2009/10, and 2.3% in 2010/11 (current report).

3. Estimates for 2010/11 3.1 Overall Figures The current report presents data for 2010/11 financial year and includes data from both Government and industry sources. Over 74, 300 tonnes of product were harvested (the highest ever recorded) as well as over 11.4 million juveniles (all finfish) produced in hatcheries for recreational and conservation stocking (over 3.0 million Aquarium Fish are included in these figures). The total farm gate value of production was $910.6 million, which is slightly higher than the 2010/11 figure ($889.6 million) provided by O’Sullivan and

Savage (2011). This is the second highest value Australian aquaculture has reached (2007/08 was $911.4 million). As up-to-date data has not been provided by some producers in the freshwater and saltwater Salmonid, Marie Finfish, Native Finfish, Crocodiles and Microalgae sectors, these figures should be considered under-estimates (possibly up to $10 million). In addition, the contribution by the large number of ‘backyard’ or unlicensed producers of Ornamental or Aquarium species (Finfish, Crustaceans, Molluscs, and other invertebrates) is unknown, but it is estimated to be at least 40% to 50% greater than the Government statistics (refer to Section 4.6). Table 2 summarises the production data for five aquaculture species groups and gives their percentage increase or decrease (in brackets) over the previous year. Finfish had an increase of 9.1% (2010/11 showed a decrease of 5.1%), whilst Crustaceans decreased by 22.7% (2010/11 showed an increase of 28.2%), Molluscs decreased by 1.6% (2010/11 showed an increase of 2.6%) and Miscellaneous species decreased by 31.2%, mainly in ‘Others’ category (2010/11 showed an increase by 42.6%). During 2010/11 over 30 species were cultured on a commercial scale, with probably the same number of species undergoing pilot or experimental production. The culture species included Salmonids (this is a generic term for 5 species of Salmon and Trout), Southern Bluefin Tuna, Barramundi, Native Freshwater Fish (at least 12 species), Introduced Freshwater Finfish (2 species),

Table 2: Australian aquaculture production for 2010/11 by groups. Group

Production (tonnes)

Hatchery # (,000's)

Value ($,000)

% increase on 2009/10 *

Finfish

48,785.8

11,450.4

600,023.0

9.1

Crustaceans

4,156.1

2.5

61,656.4

(22.7)

Molluscs

18,205.7

0.0

232,911.9

(1.6)

Misc. species1

3,157.3

0.0

16,063.1

(31.2)

Total

74,304.9

11,452.9

910,654.4

2.4

Sources: Information provided by State and Territory Fisheries Departments and industry. Notes: # = Hatchery production of stock for recreation or conservation uses. * Figures in brackets represent a negative growth (i.e. decrease) in value. 1 = In some state/territory reports, Finfish, Crustaceans and Molluscs can be included in ‘Others’ category.

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Brackish Water and Marine Fish (at least 10 species), Aquarium Fish (numerous species), Eels (2 species), Freshwater Crayfish (3 species), Penaeid Prawns (5 species), Brine Shrimp, Mud Crabs, Freshwater Shrimp, Freshwater Prawns, Edible Oysters (at least 4 species), Pearl Oysters (at least 5 species), Blue Mussels, Freshwater Mussels, Scallops, Clams (at least 3 species), Abalone (2 main species plus a hybrid), Microalgae (2 species), Crocodiles (2 species) and Polychaete Worms (3 species). The value of production has increased over the estimates for 2010/11 for Salmonids (6.7%), Barramundi (0.1%), Aquatic Worms (3.2%), Eels (27%), Aquarium Fish (15.3%), Misc. Marine fish (1.7%), Freshwater Crayfish (6.1%), Southern Bluefin Tuna (22.5%), Blue Mussels (4.2%), Microalgae (469%) and Native Freshwater Fish (1.7%). Decreases in value were reported for Prawns (-24%), Edible Oysters (-2.5%), Abalone (-6%), Brine Shrimp (-53.3%), and Pearl Oysters (-0.1%). No changes were recorded in the value of Scallops or Crocodiles. Due to the irregular (year to year) inclusion of some data in the ‘others’ category by some States (due to confidentiality concerns) this year saw a decrease of 31%. 3.2 Ten Most Valuable Sectors/Species In order of value of production, the important sectors (last year’s ranking, i.e. for 2010/11, is provided in brackets) and the value of their production (including increases or decreases over the previous years) were: 1. Salmonids (1) $394 million, up $24 million (6.7%), 6th year of increases (3 of those years were major increases). 2. Southern Bluefin Tuna (2) $125.2 million, up $23 million (22.5%), 1st year of major increases. 3. Pearl Oysters (3) $104.3 million, down $2 million (0.1%), the 4th year of decreases. 4. Edible Oysters (4) $94.2 million, down $2.4 million (2.5%), the 1st year of decreases. 5. Prawns (5) $57.3 million, down $18.1 million (24%), first year of decreases. 6. Barramundi (6) $38.2 million, stable (0.1%), 3rd year of increases over past 4 years.


Status of Australian Aquaculture In 2010/11 7. Abalone (7) $24.4 million, down $1.6 million (6%), 1st decrease. 8. Yellowtail Kingfish (8) $23.9 million, up $0.1 million (3.4%), 1st year of increase. 9. Mussels (9) $9.8 million, up $0.3 million (4.2%), 2nd year of increases. 10. Crocodiles (10) $8.8 million, static.

3.3 Averaged Farm Gate or ‘Beach’ Prices In this report, only the average prices over the calendar year as provided by the states/ territories are used – thus a figure of $15/ kg could be for a species that fetched between $10 and $20/kg, depending on the type (eg. live or dead), quality and the state/territory the species was sold.

The order for the remaining sectors is Native Freshwater Fish ($7.6 million, 1.7% increase); Freshwater Crayfish ($4.1 million, 6.1% increase); Aquarium Fish ($3.5 million, 15.3% increase); and Microalgae ($2.8 million, 469% increase, some Brine shrimp included in here also).

Remarkably over the past decade, even though production increased in most sectors, domestic farm gate (onland production) or ‘beach’ (at sea production) prices generally remained firm, or rose slightly due to increased local demand. However, as can be seen in Figure 2, over the past 5-6 years there has been a higher increase in the trends for production (tonnes) than for total value ($million) – this suggests there must have been overall decreases in average farm gate or beach prices.

For the fourth year in a row, the order of the top ten sectors/species was unchanged. Except for Edible oyster, Prawns, Abalone and Pearl Oysters, the other top ten sectors/species all showed increases in production value. O’Sullivan (1998) noted that between 1988/89 and 1995/96, three ‘traditional’ aquaculture sectors – Pearl Oysters [mainly Pinctada maxima], Edible Oysters [mostly Sydney Rock and Pacific Oysters] and Salmonids [Atlantic Salmon and Rainbow Trout, both freshwater and ocean raised] – accounted for over 80% of the total value of aquaculture production. This fell to below 60% by the late 1990s and early part of this decade. Combining these sectors with the value of Southern Bluefin Tuna and Prawn production resulted in a contribution of over 90% of the value of production for each of the financial years since 1996/97. Since 2002/2003 this value fell slightly as other sectors increased (eg. Barramundi, Yellowtail Kingfish and Abalone), however, the top four groups still contribute over 80% of the total value.

As in previous years, the targeting of overseas markets by some sectors of the aquaculture industry has been subject to considerable problems. The continued highs of the Australian dollar and cheaper production costs in many competitor countries has meant that demand for exports of Pearls, Southern Bluefin Tuna and Abalone slowed or stopped completely (Kuruma Prawns), and was often reflected by lower prices in those markets (this of course can have a direct effect on the local farm gate or beach prices).

4. Finfish Unlike the previous year, the total aquaculture production of finfish in Australia increased from 47,845.3 to 48,785.8

tonnes whilst the number of juveniles being produced increased from 10,877,800 to 11,450,400, contributing to a total value of over $600 million (Table 3). This is an increase in value of 9.1% over the estimates for 2010/11. The main contributors were the Salmonids $394 million, up $24 million (6.7%), Southern Bluefin Tuna $125.2 million, up $23 million (22.5%), Barramundi $38.2 million, stable (0.1%), Yellowtail Kingfish $23.9 million, up $0.1 million (3.4%), and Native Fish $7.6 million (up 1.7%). 4.1 Salmonids Figure 2 shows the trend in the value of production of Salmonids for the ten year period since 2000/01. Over the past 6 years there has been more than a doubling of the value. The two main commercial Salmonid species were the Rainbow Trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) and Atlantic Salmon (Salmo salar). There were over 50 Salmonid farms in operation across Australia, with many being freshwater farms growing pan-sized (<500 grams) Rainbow Trout. The largest production of Salmonids, however, came from sea cage production of Atlantic Salmon and ocean run Rainbow Trout (previously called ‘Ocean Trout’) in Tasmania – about six years ago there was also some sea cage production of both species occurring in South Australia. In addition, almost 70,000 fingerlings (worth approx. $0.1 million) of Rainbow Trout, Brown Trout (Salmo trutta), Brook Trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) and Chinook

Figure 2: Ten Year Trends for Major Aquaculture Species Group 450

2002/03

400

2003/04

350

Value (A$million)

Initial trends over eight years (2000/01 to 2010/11) for the major species groups (Figure 2) show falls in the value of production occurred for Southern Bluefin Tuna and Pearls. There have been significant increase in Salmonids and ‘Others’ and small increases for Edible Oysters and Prawns. Further production and value information is provided for each of these groups later in this report.

2001/02

2004/05

300 2005/06 250 2006/07

200

2007/08

150 100

2008/09

50

2009/10 2010/11

0 Tuna

Salmonids

Prawns

Oysters

Pearls

Others

Groups

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Salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) were produced in Government and private hatcheries for restocking public and private water bodies – this is a huge decrease over the 1.0 million released in 2005/06, no doubt the fall has been due to the drought; the February 7 2009 ‘Black Saturday’ bushfires have also caused falls in production in Victoria’s main trout production area. There was some commercial growout of Brown Trout, Atlantic Salmon and Chinook Salmon in freshwater, although data was not always available due to confidentiality reasons. The total value of Salmonid production was around $370.0 million. This included approximately $0.1 million for hatchery production (mostly Rainbow and Brown Trout), mostly for Government releases for recreational fishing.

The Tasmanian Salmonid Growers’ Association has worked hard to develop the industry and its involvement in the AquaFin CRC saw significant improvements in health management, nutrition and product/flesh quality. For a fifth consecutive year Atlantic Salmon production and value in Australia showed an increase (the previous three years showed significant increases), this time to over 31,033 tonnes (mostly head-on, gilled-gutted) worth $363.2 million. This was produced in Tasmania by four medium to very large and vertically integrated operations. It is reported that the small sea cage site with cool upwelling water that had been utilised for Atlantic Salmon production in the early 2000’s in South Australia could be re-established.

Table 3: Australian aquaculture production of Finfish for 2010/11. Species

Production (tonnes)

Hatchery # (,000’s)

Value ($,000)

Atlantic Salmon1

33,081.5

1.0

387,024.8

Chinook Salmon

0.0

0.0

0.0

Brown Trout

78.1

56.5

419.8

Rainbow Trout (f/w)

1,048.3

588.0

7,498.4

Australian Bass

1.0

1,456.0

425.3

Eel-tailed Catfish

0.0

16.0

28.8

Golden Perch

4.1

2,453.5

642.2

Silver Perch

405.9

461.5

4,996.0

Murray Cod2

55.4

1,096.7

1,209.8

Trout Cod

0.0

65.0

65.0

Barcoo Grunter

18.9

0.00

247.1

Short Finned

Eels3

70.2

NA

850.2

Long Finned

Eels3

75.5

NA

999.2

Barramundi

4,455.0

570.2

38,240.8

Southern Bluefin Tuna

5,800.0

0.00

125,160.0

Yellowtail Kingfish

3,120.0

0.0

23,910.0

Mulloway

571.9

0.0

4,684.1

Seahorses

NA

3.0

36.0

Native Aquarium Fish

NA

260.0

613.8

Exotic Aquarium Fish

NA

4,423.1

2,971.6

Subtotal

48,785.8

11,450.5

599,802.9

Sources: Information provided by State and Territory Fisheries Departments and industry. Notes: # = Hatchery production of stock for recreation or conservation uses. NA = not applicable, NDA = no details available (assume some production was undertaken). * = figures for previous year used 1 = Includes saltwater grown Rainbow Trout. 2= Includes some data for Mary River Cod and Sleepy Cod, no production this year for Eastern Freshwater Cod. 3 = In Qld and Vic, Longfin Eels are grouped with Shortfin Eels.

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Saltwater production of Rainbow Trout in Tasmania was thought to be around 500 tonnes (no official estimates are available); there was no production in South Australia. For the fourth year Freshwater Rainbow Trout production decreased significantly, this year to less than 927.0 tonnes. The majority of this production occurred in Victoria (771 tonnes), which was a decrease in production of more than 18 tonnes on the previous year. Reductions in water flows due to drought conditions caused major problems in many areas. Almost seventy tonnes of Brown Trout was reported. Generally farm gate prices remained strong for the seacage product on the domestic market; however, export markets (mostly to Japan) were affected by the high Australian dollar. Farm gate prices (HOGG – head-on, gilled and gutted) were around $11.70/kg (in Tasmania) for Atlantic Salmon, no data was available for ocean reared Rainbow Trout. With lower production of freshwater Rainbow Trout, prices increased slightly and varied between approx. $6.00 to $11.00 per kilogram, with more farms diversifying into ‘fish-out’ operations and tourism to ensure year round cash flow (also higher farm gate prices as the fish are sold direct to the public). Several of the smaller and medium growers used value adding of products (eg. smoked Trout or Salmon, pate, pickled Trout). At least one of the larger farms was producing larger fish (up to 1kg) and concentrating on quality aspects to gain a higher farm gate price (>$10/kg). At least two hatcheries were exporting live (‘disease free’) Rainbow Trout eggs to a number of countries. Markets were being expanded for Salmon roe by a Victorian company which was selling it as ‘Salmon caviar’, including some exports. Several tonnes have been sold; the reported farm gate price was over $100/kg. Prospects for Next Three Years Despite the opening of the once protected Australian market for fresh Salmonid products to overseas producers (mainly Canadian and New


Status of Australian Aquaculture In 2010/11 Zealand), strong local prices for Atlantic Salmon has seen the value of Tasmanian production increase for the fifth year in a row. In the export markets the high regard for our premium products mostly kept prices relatively firm, however, overall export demand is flat due to cheaper competitors (increases in the Foreign Exchange Rates can contribute to significant price, and subsequently demand, changes). Industry consolidation and a move to offshore sites with improved cage and feeding technologies were predicted by the National Aquaculture Council to result in significant increases in production (to be worth $1,000 million [$1 billion] by the end of 2010). The increases for 2010/11 put the value to almost 40% of those predictions, and the immediate future continues to look promising for the seacage product (Atlantic Salmon and Rainbow Trout) with Tasmanian producers predicting another good year in 2010/11 and beyond. Freshwater Trout production will continue to suffer from the drought conditions in various parts of Australia and the bush fires in Victoria; however, product diversification, tourism and fish-out ventures are allowing some farms to maintain profits. Higher market prices for fresh and smoked product is providing some comfort to farms, although most farms have lowered their stock holdings due to low water levels and several operations are only maintaining some holding stock. Flooding during 2010 in Victoria is likely to cause falls in production. 4.2 Native Freshwater Fish Government and private hatcheries produced fingerlings of several species of native freshwater fish. Other than production for stocking commercial farms, the major market for the hatchery-reared native fish fry was for stocking private farm dams or for release into public waterways to improve recreational fisheries. The production of fingerlings has fluctuated over the past ten years; in 2010/ 11 the production increased to over 5.5 million worth approximately $5.5 million. The main species were Golden Perch (Macquaria ambiqua) with 2.0 million

fingerlings, Silver Perch (Bidyanus bidyanus) with 0.8 million, Australian Bass (Macquaria novemaculeata) with over 1.6 million and Murray Cod (Maccullochella peelii) with over 1.0 million (Table 3). The other species for restocking or recreational fishing were Eel-tailed Catfish (Tandanus tandanus), Trout Cod (Macquaria macquariensis), Macquarie Perch (Macquaria australasica), Mary River Cod (Maccullochella peelii mariensis), Eastern Cod (Maccullochella ikei) and Sleepy Cod (Oxyeleotris lineolatus). Several of these native ‘food’ fish species were also being sold to the ornamental market – these sales were included under Native Aquarium Fish in some states but not in others. The drought has seen more hatcheries scale or close down as demand for private farm restocking falls. This has seen prices decline slightly; the most common species varying from $0.22 to $0.70 each depending on species, sizes (lengths), volumes purchased, and the State in which the fish were sold. Highest individual prices were for Eel-tailed Catfish ($1.55) and Murray Cod ($1.05), the lowest were for Australian Bass ($0.22) and Golden Perch ($0.22). Almost 500 tonnes of market sized (mostly 350 to 900 grams) Native Fish were sold. Silver Perch sales were up 40 tonnes to 406 tonnes, whilst Golden Perch increased slightly to 8.2 tonnes. Murray Cod production decreased significantly from 112.7 to 59.2 tonnes, while production increased for the Barcoo Grunter (Scortum barcoo, which is sometimes incorrectly marketed as the Jade Perch) also significantly decreased from 41.8 to 17.0 tonnes. Small number of Australian Bass, Eel-tailed Catfish and Sleepy Cod were also harvested as food. Farm gate prices increased for both Golden Perch and Barcoo Grunter; live fish demanded the higher prices ($10 to 15/kg), while gilled-gutted fish averaged $8 to $14/kg depending on species and which State the fish was sold in. The price for Murray Cod was between $10.30 and $19.37/kg, the highest prices for live product sold was in New South Wales.

The combined value of food fish production and fingerling sales was approximately $7.5 million, a 7.4% decrease on the total for the previous year. Around 20% of this value was for the sale of fingerlings for restocking. Prospects for Next Three Years With the end of the drought, demand for fingerlings is expected to continue to increase as more people begin restocking private dams. Thus some hatcheries may reopen. Growout operations are expected to re-establish in many areas (particularly pond-based farms). However, the highly variable product quality, off flavours as well as poor grading and handling practises may continue to restrict market acceptance of some Native Fish species (i.e. as supply increases market prices will fall). Another area for concern was the low growth rates experienced in temperate growing areas due to cold water temperatures over winter. This has lead to an increase in production of Murray Cod, Barcoo Grunter and other species in heated recirculating tanks. 4.3 Eels The two species of Eels of commercial importance are the Shortfin Eel (Anguilla australis) in Queensland, Tasmania and Victoria, and the Longfin Eel (A. reinhardti) in New South Wales. In Victoria and Queensland the species were not separated in the production data. The majority of production was from RAS and enhanced fishery operations in Victoria, some RAS production is underway in Queensland and NSW. The RAS farms continued to be stocked with glass eels (<01g) or elvers (<0.5g) from Tasmania as well as Queensland, with elver supply a major factor limiting Eel production. In N.S.W. Longfin production increased by over 17 tonnes to 22 tonnes (no production was reported for Shortfin Eels). In Queensland, no Shortfin production was reported. In Victoria, production (majority is Shortfin from re-stockers 50g plus) increased by 20 tonnes to 77.9 tonnes. The growth rates of the restocked Shortfin Eels in these licensed waterways can be very slow (a 50 cm individual may

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only weigh about 200 grams after 20 years) and is dependent on stocking densities. In Tasmania, Shortfin Eels production remained over 12 tonnes, mostly part of a restocking industry. Production in 2010/11 increased by 7.3%, this was worth over $1.4 million (Table 3). The farm gate price again ranged between $13 and $15 per kilogram excepted in Tasmania where it was only $6/kg. Prospects for Next Three Years The breaking of the extended drought conditions across most of Australia will reflect in increased productivity in eel farming in coming years. Long term increases in production will be limited as noted in previous reports, due to the supply of seedstock (particularly glass eels and elvers) due to droughts, lack of appropriate culture system design (particularly low cost food) and slow growth rates in stocked waterways (particularly during drought conditions and lower water flow) will continue to limit production. An expansion in the use of RAS technology may result in increased production over the longer term as seedstock recruitment improves. 4.4 Barramundi Barramundi (Lates calcarifer) is the only aquaculture species that is grown in all mainland states and is one of the few species that has exhibited regular increases in annual production – recently increases in the value have occurred in five of the past six years. In 2010/11 production was 4,127.4 tonnes and value was $38.2 million. Significant R&D followed by technology development has resulted in increased production and reliable hatchery supply, whilst work by the Australian Barramundi Farmers Association has addressed market development, particularly quality assurance, and other issues such as vaccination of fingerlings and effluent quality. Indoor tank production (recirculating aquaculture systems, or RAS, plus one ‘flow-through’ farm in SA) contribute around 15% of the total Australian farmed Barramundi harvest. The remainder comes from seacage (10%) or freshwater or brackish water pond-based (75%) production.

In the 1990s, the major focus was for live plate-sized fish (350 to 400 grams, often marketed as ‘Baby Barra’), although with increasing pond and cage production, recently the emphasis has shifted to the production of larger fish, 1.5 to 2kg, for the fillet market. With culture in tanks there has been a trend to producing fish around 600 to 800g, often these are sold live into Asian restaurants. This has resulted in higher prices, up to $15/kg for live fish. In NSW RAS production drained to 85.5 tonnes, worth $1.0 million (average price of $12.23/kg, an increase of $0.40/ kg). In SA RAS and a flow-through tank operation using hot artesian water produced a total of 415 tonnes, at $11.80/kg this resulted in a total value of $4.9 million. The majority of Barramundi production was in Queensland (mainly pond based), which showed a production increase of 10 tonnes to 2,410.0 tonnes. A decreased average price of $8.60/kg (down $0.16/ kg) resulted in a decrease in value of $0.2 million to $21.1 million. Victorian RAS production increased by 22 tonnes to 82 tonnes worth $861,000 ($10.50/kg). Northern Territory production increased by 147 tonnes to 699.0 tonnes, all from freshwater or brackishwater ponds. The farm gate price increased to average $8.25/kg, again making it the lowest of all the states. In Western Australia there was a decrease in production of 19 tonnes to 435.9 tonnes, the majority coming from a seacage farm. With a farm gate price of $10.35/kg the total value was $4.5 million, a decrease of $0.3 million. In the 1990s and early 2000s, the Barramundi was also important for the stocking of impoundments and farm dams in Queensland for recreational fishing, in some years there were more than 5 million releases. This year, once again the numbers were significantly lower; however, no data was available. Prospects for Next Three Years Further production growth is predicted, however, considerable funds and

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resources will be needed to promote Australian product to maintain market prices, particularly due to significant qualities of Asian frozen fillet product being landed in Australia at less than $10/kg. The growth of production from tank systems (both flow through and recirculating) will see increased harvests from the southern States and NSW. Significant increases in production in NT are expected with expansions by a producer to increase production to 1000 tonnes p.a. with plans to continue expansion to 5000 tonnes p.a. over the coming years. The expansion in seacage production in WA is likely to continue over the longer term. 4.5 Southern Bluefin Tuna Figure 2 shows the trend in the value of production of SBT for the ten year period since 2000/01. The value has fallen significantly since 2001/01 (when it was over $260 million) to $102.2 million. For a decade since 1993, the fattening in seacages or ‘pens’ off Port Lincoln (SA) of Southern Bluefin Tuna (Thunnus maccoyii) was by far the fastest growing sector in Australian aquaculture. By 2000/2001 Tuna farming had surpassed Pearl Oysters as the most valuable aquaculture species and production reached over 9,000 tonnes, worth over $260 million. Since then there has been a major decrease in production to 2010/11 (down from 7,284.0 tonnes) and value (down to $102.2 million). Due to the high Australian dollar and increased overseas competition, demand in the exports markets is slow; the average farm gate price has continued to fall to $14.03/kg; this is still well below the $28-30/kg gained in the early 2000s. Purse seine nets are used to catch Tuna on the fishing grounds off the south coast of Australia; this is managed under a quota system to prevent overfishing (the Australian fishery is shared with Japanese and New Zealand boats). After being transferred to floating cages the fish are towed to Port Lincoln (this can take 6-10 weeks depending on where the fish were caught) and then transferred into the growout cages or pens. Initially the farming sites were inside Boston Harbour, but now they are all offshore in


Status of Australian Aquaculture In 2010/11 deeper water with good current flows. This has reduced many of the environmental impacts that were causing problems in the shallower waters closer to shore. In the early 2000s an overseas multinational aquaculture company entered this sector through the purchase of one of the farms. It was expected that other overseas interests would explore opportunities to participate in this industry; however this has not eventuated. The overseas company sold its share in 2006. Some Tuna companies are consolidating their production, some are leasing quota, and some have diversified into other species (see Marine Fish Section 4.7) and one is working to commercialise domestication (hatchery breeding). Another company unsuccessfully attempted to build a seacage farm in Western Australia in 2004/2005; the opposition came from concerns over environmental pollution and interactions with marine mammals and sharks. Several companies have established overseas joint venture operations for farming other species of Tuna, especially in the Mediterranean and Mexico. Up to 2008 the Australian Tuna Boat Operators Association through the AquaFin Cooperative Research Centre Aquaculture completed a number of R&D program to address sustainability concerns, including environmental monitoring, use of artificial diets (with pilchards and other whole fish, the food conversion ratios can sometimes be in excess of 10:1), and ways to prevent the entanglement of seals, dolphins and sharks in the cage nets. At least one of the companies is involved with the Australian Seafood CRC which started in 2007. Prospects for Next Three Years Access to stock a quota will continue to limit production levels to under 9,000 tonnes. Hatchery production of SBT juveniles is now unlikely to create additional seedstock in 2013. A continued high Australian dollar combined with strong competition from overseas will continued low export demand (some companies insure for foreign exchange changes). Further

rationalisation of the industry may see some smaller operations consolidated into larger companies. Most people in the industry believe that improvements in production (particularly artificial diets, mechanisation and easier to operate ocean cage systems) and reduced costs in environmental management will increase viability. 4.6 Ornamental and Aquarium Fish The keeping of Ornamental or Aquarium Fish is a popular activity in Australia for several million hobbyists – ‘fish’ is used to refer to in excess of 3,000 species of a variety of aquatic organisms including Exotic and Native Finfish, Amphibians, Crustaceans, Molluscs and other invertebrates as well as a range of aquatic plants. Historically the vast majority of finfish have been imported from overseas, mostly through Asia, however, local farmed production is continuing to increase. Industry sources estimate that in excess of 30 million ‘tails are sold annually, of which it was estimated 40% are produced locally. Using 2010/11 data, the total harvest of locally produced Aquarium Fish (both natives and exotic species) has stabilised at 4.68 million. The value of this local production increased by over 15% to be worth almost $3.58 million (Table 3). In previous years, the vast majority of the reported exotic fish production was Goldfish (Carassius auratus). In 2005/06 over 5 million Goldfish were sold. Production is now over 3 million, sold for an average $0.56 each. The main producer, located in Victoria, has continued to upscale production post drought conditions. A range of other species are being produced including livebearers such as Guppies (Poecilia reticulata), Platys (Xiphophorus maculatus) and Swordtails (Xiphophorus helleri), as well as Freshwater Angelfish (Pterophyllum scalare) and Koi Carp (Carassius hybrids, these can only be produced in WA and NSW). A number of native species, such as the Rainbow Fish (Melanotaenia spp), but also including several food fish fingerlings (refer to Section 4.2) such as Barramundi and Black Bream, were also sold, with

prices varying considerably from species to species. The popularity of tropical native species and the prices which hobbyists are willing to pay for these species, have increased over the past few years encouraging local breeders to dedicate more time to culturing these fish. Several marine species are being cultured, including the Clown Fish (Amphiprion spp.) but largely on an experimental scale. In Tasmania, SA, WA and NSW sales of several species of Seahorse (Hippocampus spp.) and other related species were recorded but due to confidentiality reasons, data was often not available. Initially it was thought the main demand for these species would be the traditional Chinese medicine market (and as an alleged aphrodisiac). However, the main demand for Seahorses and other Syngnathids has been for the aquarium industry. With the current over exploitation by wild fishers in many of the traditional supplying countries, the cultured product is finding a large and profitable market niche. In the NT, WA and Qld there is a vigorous trade in marine organisms other than Finfish, including Shrimp, Corals, ‘live’ rock, Molluscs and other invertebrates. As these are commonly held in tanks for several weeks, or months, for conditioning or quarantine, or simply waiting for transport to wholesalers and buyers, theoretically (using the FAO definition) this valueadding stage could be included as an aquaculture activity, however, data was not collated for this activity. Industry sources suggested the trade could be worth up to $1 million, of which the aquaculture component might be up to a quarter of this value. Although licenses are issued for the commercial production of Ornamental and Aquarium Fish in most states, this sector comprises of many more small ‘backyard’ or ‘cottage style’ operations that are not licensed. This means that accurate data collection on production and value still remains extremely difficult. The O’Sullivan, Clark and Morison 2008 report ‘The Australian Ornamental Fish Industry in 2010/11X’ suggested that

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domestic production in 2006/07 was over 8.3 million – 7.7 million from aquaculture and 0.6 million from wild catch, mainly marine species. This was 30% higher than the estimates for that year reported by O’Sullivan et al (2008). This highlights the difficulties in the collection of aquaculture statistics by state authorities for all of the ornamental hatcheries. Prospects for Next Three Years Pet shop industry reports show a slowing interest in ornamentals, particularly for the more expensive marine species. While the vast majority of local production consists of exotic species, interest in the native species, especially those from the tropics and marines, will ensure increased production and export opportunities. Local production of exotics could be threatened from increased importation of cheaper Asian stock (at present these must undergo a regulated quarantine period of between 7 and 21 days which is monitored by the Australian Quarantine Inspection Service). Led by the domestic culture of more Goldfish and other ‘bread and butter species’ as well as the higher value marine (esp. Seahorses and Clown Fish), it is likely that increases in value should occur, however due to the slowing of the global economies production may stabilise in the short term before continuing to grow once more. 4.7 Marine Finfish Species A range of temperate estuarine and ocean species have been targeted; production initially focussed on Snapper (Pagrus auratus). However, difficulties with product quality and growth rates have seen no commercial production since 2002/03. In 2010/11 sea cage production of Mulloway (Argyrosomus hololepidotus) in SA increased to 572 tonnes. In NSW a company is using prawn ponds with increases in production to over 31 tonnes; the value of this species is $4.68 million. A significant fall in Yellowtail Kingfish (Seriola lalandi) from seacage production in South Australia; harvest decreased to 3,120 tonnes worth $23.9 million. Farm gate prices raised slightly to average $7.70/kg in SA. Problems with controlling escapees and ectoparasites, as well as

with market acceptance (low price) were limiting profits of the cage operations. Experimental and pilot-scale culture were undertaken with temperate species such as Whiting (Sillago spp.), Striped Trumpeter (Latris lineata), Black Bream (Acanthopagrus butcheri), Greenback Flounder (Rhombosolea tapirina), Tarwhine (Rhabdosarsus sarba), Mangrove Jack (Lutjanus argentimaculatus), Australian Salmon (Arripis trutta), Australian Herring (Arripis georgianus), Mullet (various species) and Snubnose Garfish (Arrhamphuus sclerolepis). Areas requiring further research included broodstock conditioning, juvenile nutrition, disease control, and adult growout techniques. Interest has also been shown in the farming of tropical reef fish species, such as Rockcods (previously called Groupers), due to high prices for exported live fish (up to almost $90/kg, but usually around $20-30/kg). The main focus has been on Goldspotted Rockcod (Epinephelus coioides), Barramundi Cod (Cromileptes altivelis) and Coral Cod (Cephalopholis spp.). Problems with the production of commercial quantities of seedstock limited production. However, there has been some trial culture of the Goldspotted Rockcod in prawn ponds. Prospects for Next Three Years In South Australia with two commercial hatcheries regularly producing Yellowtail Kingfish and some Mulloway, and a government hatchery producing Mulloway fingerlings in NSW, only market focus will limit annual increases in production and value. For other species, although some industry sources were excited about their prospects, marine fish culture was still in a very early stage of development due to slow progress, and any predictions would be highly speculative. 4.8 Exotic Finfish Species While interest has been expressed in the pond culture of some of the exotic species (eg. Redfin [Perca fluviatilis], Tilapia [hybrid species] and European Carp [Cyprinus carpio]), already present in Australia, concerns over escapees causing habitat damage and predation of Native Fish has precluded developments. In New South

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Wales some 0.1 tonnes of Carp were produced in 2001/2002, however, the farm gate price was less than $4/kg. No production has been reported since then. Prospects for Next Three Years Intensive indoor tank culture systems (such as those used in for Barramundi culture) could enable licenses to be granted for the culture of exotic species, although low farm gate prices will typically make this technology economically unviable for low value species.

5. Crustaceans Total production of crustaceans was 4,154 tonnes worth over $61.65 million (Table 4), a 22% decrease over the value estimate for the previous year (the first decrease after two years of increases). The main species groups were Prawns (decreased value by 24% to $57.3 million) and Freshwater Crayfish (increased by 6.1% to $4.1 million, first year of increase after 3 years of decreases). Brine shrimp decreased by over 50% to $0.23 million. 5.1 Marine Prawns Figure 2 shows the trend in the value of production of prawns for the ten year period since 2001/02. In 2010/11the value was the fourth highest recorded ($57.3 million) from 3,969 tonnes. The majority of farming was undertaken in north Queensland, with some other successful operations located in southeastern Queensland and northern New South Wales. Production in the Northern Territory has resumed however is small, and although some farms have been built in Western Australia, no production was reported. NSW production in 2010/11 fell to 147.6 tonnes and value of $1.7 million. In Qld there was a decrease of over 25% due to a 20% decrease in yields (t/ha). This resulted in a decrease in value of $17.5 million to $55.5 million. Previously the Black Tiger Prawn (Penaeus monodon) has been the main species of marine prawn farmed in Australia, however, limited seedstock and other issues saw other species being tested. Since the early 2000s an increasing number of ponds in north Queensland were stocked by the largest producer


Status of Australian Aquaculture In 2010/11 with either Banana (Fenneropenaeus [ex Penaeus] merguiensis) or Brown Tiger (Penaeus esculentus) Prawns at the expense of Black Tiger Prawns. For reasons of confidentiality, data for these three species has been combined for Queensland. In the past Banana Prawns have also been produced in New South Wales and Northern Territory (again no breakdowns were provided). The relative contribution of each was thought to be around 75% for Black Tiger and 25% for Banana Prawns. Local market demand for larger cultured prawns remained tight with the average farm gate price for Tigers and Bananas decreased to $11.74/kg average in NSW and rose slightly to $14.54/kg in Queensland. The increase in cheaper and smaller imported farmed prawns maybe having an impact in NSW adversely affecting the markets for the local product; however, there continues to be good evidence that consumers in Queensland prefer to buy the local farmed product. Several other species have been trialled. One N.T. farm diversified into School Prawns (Metapenaeus spp.) with mixed results in 2003/04. Inexpensive sources of seedstock and rapid growth rates were the main drivers of this decision. No further culture of this species has been reported. In the late 1990s and early 2000s, production of the Kuruma Prawn (Marsupenaeus [ex Penaeus] japonicus) had contributed up to 20% of the total value for Prawns. All these Prawns were exported to Japan. Competition from cheaper product from China and other Asian producers have reduced the market price. There have been no reports of farms stocking these Prawns in New South Wales or Queensland since 2006/07. Over 10 years of selective breeding programs at several hatcheries has resulted in significant increases in production at some farms. The diversification into Banana prawns by some hatcheries combined with procedural improvements and increased capacity for Black Tigers at several hatcheries allowed most farmers to stock all their ponds, although, supply of Black Tiger post larvae can sometimes create a problems. Former disease issues seem to

have been overcome as most farms implement biosecurity measures.

continues to work to create more consumer demand for the local farmed product.

As in previous years, most farms used smaller ponds, with improved aeration and water exchange capacity that allowed high levels of water quality management.

5.2 Freshwater Crayfish Three species of Freshwater Crayfish were farmed – Marron (Cherax tenuimanus), Redclaw (C. quadricarinatus) and Yabbies (C. destructor, C. albidus). While the sector consists of a couple of larger, semiintensive operations (in excess of 10 hectares) with purpose-built ponds, the majority of the 300+ licence holders farm extensively (usually farm dams) or have 1 to 2 ha of small semi-intensive ponds. The flooding rains that followed the extensive drought provided difficulties for growers to maintain their stock in the eastern states. Overall growers returned to more favourable conditions for growth with a 6.1% increase ($4.12 million) in value of freshwater crayfish industry in 2010/11 from 184.5 tonnes. The changing nature of this industry and its exposure to environmental pressures (droughts, floods) will continue to fluctuate production and values for some time to come.

Effluent from prawn ponds was a major issue for Government authorities in all states and territories due to the already increased background levels of pollution in the waterways. As a result some Government scientists and farmers have been testing recirculating systems and zero water exchange systems with good success. Significant increases in the area of settlement ponds have also been undertaken on many farms; over 30% of total pond area was dedicated on some farms. Work is underway for use of Biofloc for increased stocking and less water release. There haven’t been any new farms since early 2000s and an overall reduction in harvesting area by 20% across QLD on the existing farms in 2010/11 due to environmental regulations (in particular Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority in Qld).

Production of Freshwater Crayfish was mostly focussed on the restaurant trade (domestic and some niche overseas markets). Depending on species and growing conditions, the crayfish were usually harvested at 1 to 2 years of age (50 to 80+ grams).

Prospects for Next Three Years For most of the 2000s, inexpensive imports, rising costs (particularly compliance with environmental regulations) and lack of skilled seasonal labour have eroded profitability to create financial pressure on a number of prawn growers. However, selectively bred seedstock, improved water quality and stock management and more effective feeding regimes will continue to ensure that production volumes improve. The Australian Prawn Farmers Association

In Table 4 the most valuable species was the Marron ($2.4 million, up $0.3 million), followed by Redclaw ($0.91 million, down almost $0.1 million) and Yabbies ($0.8 million, stable).

Table 4: Australian aquaculture production of Crustaceans for 2010/11. Species

Production (tonnes)

Hatchery # (,000’s)

Value ($,000)

Black Tiger / Banana Prawns

3,969.6

0.0

57,304.4

Marron

87.1

0.0

2,388.7

Redclaw

52.0

0.0

914.2

Yabbies

45.4

0.0

818.1

2.1

NA

231.0

4,156.5

0.0

61,656.4

Brine Total

Shrimp1

Sources: Information provided by State and Territory Fisheries Departments and industry. Notes: # = Hatchery production of stock for recreation or conservation uses. NA = not applicable, NDA = no details available (assume some production was undertaken). * = figures for previous year used. 1 Brine Shrimp production was included with microalgae in WA

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The multiple drought years across southern Australia has had a major effect on Yabby production, as did the subsequent flooding rains in more recent times. In New South Wales production increased 2.1 tonnes to 5.4 tonnes value of $104,000, with bait Yabbies sold for a total of $112,657. South Australia combined Yabby production into their Marron figures; however, it is thought that less than 1 tonne was produced. In Victoria production increased to 3 tonnes. In Western Australia where extensive culture in farm dams was undertaken with Yabbies, production has decreased by 4.1 tonnes to 37 tonnes (at $18.49/kg the value was $0.68 million). The Redclaw production in Queensland continued to decrease to 52 tonnes (at $17.58/kg with a value of $0.914 million). Marron production in Western Australia also decreased by 2.9 tonnes to 50.1 tonnes (at $27.12/kg the value was $1.38 million). The ability for an exemption to collect Marron from private dams ended in May 2011. A fisheries review will determine if this will continue to enable this industry to continue to grow. In South Australia, Marron production increased 60% to 37 tonnes worth $1.03 million (some Yabby production is included in these figures). With low production due to the drought and other causes, some increase in farm gate prices were reported for Freshwater Crayfish. However, the prices ranged between species with Marron being the highest (over $27.84/kg), followed by Yabbies (over $18/kg) and Redclaw (average over $17.58/kg). Prospects for Next Three Years Industry commentators suggest that with sufficient water supply production of freshwater crayfish can increase at least five fold utilising current infrastructure (production could be in excess of 500 tonnes). However, as suggested in previous reports, the lack of appropriate diets, losses through predation or other mortalities, under-capitalisation, lack of mechanisation and poor water quality/quantity remain issues that limit production. As supply increases, prices for Yabbies and Redclaw will stabilise around $10 to $12

per kilogram, while the prices for Marron could decrease below $20 per kilogram. More consistent production volumes for Freshwater Crayfish could open the potential for export to overseas markets. 5.3 Other Crustacean Species Only 4.5 tonnes of the Brine Shrimp (Artemia spp) was produced in Victoria; with a stable market price at $110/kg, total value was $0.5 million. Production restarted in South Australia although no data was available due to only one operator. A producer in Western Australia is also undertaking commercial production.

years culture in tanks or on-bottom cages. However, R&D was underway at a semicommercial level in W.A. and north Queensland. The holding over of wild caught Rocklobsters in recirculating tanks until after the close of the fishing season when the farm gate prices increase continued to be a production option. Research is underway into the culture of Balmain or Moreton Bay Bugs (Ibacus spp and Thenus spp.) as well as the Slipper Lobster (Scyllarides spp.) in Western Australia.

Production of other live feed species such as Rotifers (Brachionus plicatilis) has commenced in WA, however no production details are available due to only one producer.

Prospects for Next Three Years Except for Brine Shrimp which continues to have steady production, the other crustacean species are several years away from any significant production.

Harvested in the past as a by-product of Prawn farming, a small amount of Mud Crabs (Scylla serrata) were reported from New South Wales in 2003/2004. No production has been shown for the Mud Crab this year; however, with expanding markets (including export) culture of this species is likely to increase. There has been juvenile production research underway on Bribie Island in Queensland and at the Darwin Aquaculture Centre, Northern Territory. An intensive indoor RAS has been established for a Mud Crab farm in Brisbane using innovative feeding and harvesting methods.

6. Molluscs

As for the past 6 or more years, no production of the Blue-swimmer Crab (Portunus pelagicus), Freshwater Shrimp (Atyidae sp.) or Freshwater Prawn (Macrobrachium sp.) was reported. Following promising research results, there was increasing interest in culture of Southern and Western Rocklobsters (Jasus noveahollandiae and Panuliris cygnus) in Tasmania, South Australia and south coast of Western Australia, and for Tropical Rocklobsters (P. ornatus) in Queensland and Western Australia. Research had focussed around the ongrowing of pueruli and juvenile Rocklobsters due to lack of success with larval production in hatcheries. For the Japanese market, the expected size was around 200 to 300g which could be achieved in less than four

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The harvest of Molluscs decreased by 1.6% (210.8 tonnes) from 18,416.5 tonnes to 18,205.7 tonnes, however, falling Pearl Oyster value, by 1.7%, mean the overall oyster value decreased by 1.6% from $236.6 million to $232.9 million (Table 5). The main sectors were Sydney Rock Oysters (decreased by 9.9% to $31.98 million), Pacific Oysters (increased by 1.3% to $61.93 million), Pearl Oysters (stable at $104.3 million), Blue Mussels (increased by 4.2% to $9.87 million) and Abalone (decreased by 6% to $24.4 million). 6.1 Edible Oysters Figure 2 shows the steady increase in the value of production of edible oysters for the ten year period since 2001/02. Over this period the value of edible mollusc production has almost doubled â&#x20AC;&#x201C; in excess of 18,400 tonnes were harvested, the highest recorded. Several edible Oyster species were cultivated on over 300 farms in Australia, although the majority of production was for the Sydney Rock Oyster (Saccostrea glomerata â&#x20AC;&#x201C; includes both S. amasa and S. commercialis) in New South Wales, Queensland and Western Australia, and for the Pacific Oyster (Crassostrea gigas) in Tasmania, South Australia and some parts of New South Wales.


Status of Australian Aquaculture In 2010/11 Overall, the value of Australian edible Oyster production decreased in 2010/11 to be worth over $94.2 million (Table 5). In terms of tonnes produced and overall value, the Pacific Oyster sector continued to be higher than the Sydney Rock sector – 10,721 tonnes worth $61.9 million versus 3,296 tonnes worth $31.98 million. As mentioned in previous reports, in previous years there were major problems for the Sydney Rock sector over food safety from contaminated growing waters, disease losses (QX and winter mortality), out-dated culture practices and reduced spat settlement due to overset from Pacific Oyster spat. However, an increasing number of farmers were turning to single seed production and at least two hatcheries were providing selectively bred seed. The NSW and Qld Shellfish Quality Assurance programs lifted consumer confidence in the safety of eating Oysters and other shellfish grown in those waters. NSW Sydney Rock production fell by 363 tonnes to 3,242.1 tonnes with a decrease in value of $3.5 million to $31.5 million. With respect to the Pacific Oyster (including specially bred triploids or spawnless oysters to avoid over catch issues), NSW production and value decreased over 51.7 tonnes to 609.4 tonnes and by $0.332 million to $4.17 million respectively. As in the past 5-6 years, Queensland’s production of Sydney Rock Oysters fell by 8%, this time by 4.5 tonnes to 54 tonnes, whilst higher prices meant the value of production fell to $0.472 million. This decrease was a direct result of flooding in the Brisbane River resulting in the loss of high number of stock and the destruction of structures within this area. In South Australia, new and more productive culture areas saw a significant further annual increase in Pacific Oyster culture of 1%, or more than 31 tonnes to 6,154 tonnes, and a stable farm gate price ($5.72/kg) saw the overall value increase by $0.214 million to $35.21 million. Once again this state was the major Pacific Oyster producer. With some new culture areas coming online in Tasmania for the Pacific Oyster

growers, production and value increased over 170 tonnes to 3,958 tonnes and by $1.06 million to $22.56 million. Whilst there was some development of hatchery and culture techniques for the Native Oyster (Ostrea angasi), commercial production had not yet developed. In NSW some 30.5 tonnes worth $271,500 were produced in 2007/08. Whilst there was an increase in production, no official statistics were available for 2010/11. Two tropical species, the Milky Oyster (S. cuccullata) and the Black-lipped Oyster (S. echinata) have been cultured in Queensland in small quantities. In 2003/2004 the total production of Tropical Oysters was 11.6 tonnes, this was worth just over $0.4 million. However, this was essentially a wild collection business. At least one hatchery was able to produce seed of the Tropical Oysters but there was little interest in their culture. The lack of infrastructure and the high costs of labour and equipment in tropical Australia may be the reasons for this. Prospects for Next Three Years The steady rollout of the Australian Shellfish Quality Assurance (or Clean Waters) Programs will continue to increase consumer confidence in the food safety of farmed shellfish produce. This should continue to increase demand and average market prices. Access to new sites and improved production methods (both intertidal and subtidal) should provide increased production

over the next few years in both the Pacific and Sydney Rock Oyster sectors. Selective breeding for growth and appearance as well as disease resistance is progressing well and will increase production. If farm gate prices can continue to be held or even increased, there will be significant increases in the value of oyster production 6.2 Pearl Oysters Figure 2 shows the steady decrease in the value of production of pearl oysters for the ten year period since 2001/02; the value has more than halved during this period. In 2010/11 the overall value of the Silver or Golden Lipped Pearl Oyster (Pinctada maxima) production remained stable at $104.32 million. Less than 20 operations were farming Pearl Oysters with the bulk of the Australian production occurring in Western Australia, valued around $85.5 million, which remained consistent with the previous year. Production from the Northern Territory decreased slightly to $18.82 million. In 2007/08 Queensland Pearl farming decreased to $1.2 million, while production has resumed in 2010/11, not all production returns were received, so figures were contained within ‘others’ for confidentiality reasons. The use of hatchery-reared stock continued to allow more stock on the farms for seeding, and as these animals seemed to suffer less from handling than their wild

Table 5: Australian aquaculture production of Molluscs for 2010/11. Species

Production (tonnes)

Pacific Oysters Sydney Rock Oysters1 Pearl Oysters

(maxima)2

Pearl (non-maxima)2

Hatchery # (,000's)

Value ($,000)

10,721.4

0.0

61,939.2

3,296.1

0.0

31,988.8

NDA

0.0

104,320.0

NDA

0.0

49.3

Blue Mussels

3,445.2

0.0

9,866.7

Abalone

743.0

0.0

24,430.0

Subtotal

18,205.7

0.0

232,594.0

Sources: Information provided by State and Territory Fisheries Departments and industry. Notes: Figures rounded to nearest decimal place. # = Hatchery production of stock for recreation or conservation uses. NDA = no details available (assume some production was undertaken), NA = not applicable. * = figures for previous year used. 1 = May include some Western Rock Oysters, 2 = Pearl production, also Mother-of-Pearl shell and some meat harvested from P. maxima and other species. Some non-maxima production in NSW (included in Others).

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caught cousins, they could result in improved nucleus retention rates and increased quality and size of the pearl. As stated in previous reports, for a number of years Pearl Oysters were Australia’s most valuable aquaculture sector, upheld by the ‘South-Seas’ Pearl’s reputation as the finest quality in the world. In the late 1990s and early 2000s, the market outlook was depressed due to increased competition from several overseas countries, especially Indonesia. Australian farmers concentrated on increasing pearl quality and size to combat this growing competition. Unfortunately, for several years, the main markets in Japan and Hong Kong have suffered from depressed economic conditions that caused a decrease in prices, especially for the larger pearls. Whilst several other by-products were sold, including dried Pearl Oyster meat (prices over $50/kg were reported in previous years) and shells for Mother-of-Pearl, the quantity or value of these were not known. In several states (including Western Australia, N.S.W. and Victoria), some experimentation was underway with a number of non-P. maxima Pearl Oysters, including the Black lip (P. margaritiferia), the New South Wales (P. imbricata) and the Penguin (Pteria penguin) Pearl Oysters. In 2010/11 NSW production of non-P. maxima Pearl Oysters increased by over $27,000 to a value of $49,300, second only to 2008/09 where non-P.maxima Pearl Oysters in NSW value was $49,400. Prospects for Next Three Years The continuation of depressed overseas market conditions will continue to slow demand for the larger, higher quality Australian product. Several companies will continue to ‘warehouse’ excess stock and wait for improved prices. Further farm expansion, or at least consolidation, could occur due to increased stock from improved hatchery production. Innovations in longline and bottom culture methods could also lift production. 6.3 Blue Mussels The Blue Mussel (Mytilus galloprovincialis, ex-M. edulis) is farmed commercially in Victoria, Tasmania, New South Wales,

Western Australia and South Australia. Although hatchery techniques are available except in Victoria, Blue Mussel farming is almost exclusively based on natural settlement. Ongrowing to market size is undertaken on droppers suspended from floating longlines, or sometime rafts.

factor to low demand. Problems included rough weather stripping culture lines, poaching and vandalism, and competition for markets with wild harvested produce and cheaper imports of the Green Mussel (Perna canaliculus) from New Zealand.

This sector has shown continued growth over the previous decade. In 2010/11 total production increased by over 48 tonnes to 3,445.2 tonnes, worth over $9.8 million (Table 5), an increase of almost $0.1 million. Since 2007/08, the average (in the shell) farm gate price has increased slightly from $2.70 to $2.80/ kg although the price ranged between states – $4.30/kg in NSW, $2.07/kg for SA, $2.80/kg in Vic, $3.50/kg in Tas and $3.69/kg in WA.

Prospects for Next Three Years With all States participating in the Australian Shellfish Quality Assurance Program, the increased consumer confidence will enable Blue Mussel farms to capitalise on their ‘clean-green’ product. Continued increases in hatchery production may lead to cheaper seedstock. The continued investigation of a hatchery in Victoria will provide growers with a reliable seedstock if completed. Improved culture techniques and restocked leases should mean Blue Mussel production will increase in all southern states. However, the sector will need to increase market prices through value-adding rather than just selling bulk bags of harvested Blue Mussels; ideas include cleaned, debyssed ready to heat and serve packs, as well as meat and sauce combos.

Production in NSW increased to 71 tonnes; farm gate price remained stable at $4.30/kg, the highest average farm gate price in Australia. South Australian production decreased by 13% to 1,174 tonnes, value to over $2.43 million. At $2.07/kg the average farm gate price was the lowest in Australia. This increase in prices could be the result of one company working on value-added packs to result in market demand and prices increase. Victoria saw the second consecutive year of increases in production in 2010/11, production rose from 566 to 951 tonnes. The average farm gate price stayed at $2.80/kg and overall value increased $1.6 to over $2.6 million making Victoria the most valuable producer. Production in Tasmania decreased for the second consecutive year by 173 tonnes to 742 tonnes. Again the farm gate value was $3.50/kg; the overall value fell by $0.7 to over $2.5 million. Western Australian production remained stable, at 507.2 tonnes; value $1.87 million, with an average farm gate value of $3.69/kg. As stated in previous reports the variations in spat fall continued to cause some difficulties, hatchery production was available as a back-up option in some states, however, the prices for hatchery spat may be a contributing

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6.4 Scallops Although interest has been shown in Scallop culture in several states, the only developments have occurred in Tasmania with the Commercial Scallop (Pecten fumatus). Two Tasmanian-Japanese joint ventures (one government based and one private) were established in the early 1990s and these demonstrated that overseas Scallop growing methods could be applied to Tasmanian conditions with some degree of success – in the early 2000s the annual harvests were over 150 tonnes worth just over $1.0 million. In recent years the production dropped significantly as the main company moved into Blue Mussel farming. Likewise in South Australia large areas originally for scallop enhancement are now being stocked with Blue Mussels. Like Mussel culture, overseas scallop farming has been reliant on natural spatfall and was therefore unpredictable and risky. However, scallops can be produced in shellfish hatcheries at prices that could make growing hatchery reared stock feasible.


Status of Australian Aquaculture In 2010/11 Two different growout techniques can be used, the first involves longline culture using lantern nets (often used by oyster farmers as a means for diversification); the second (enhancement) involves re-seeding of scallops into areas which are dredge harvested a couple of years later (often undertaken by people with fishing interests). No reports of production were received for 2010/11. Prospects for Next Three Years The main producer in Tasmania has finished its move out of cultured scallops and diversification into Blue Mussels and other production options. Likewise there are no leases in South Australia in operation. With no new investor interest and no new farms likely to be built over the next few years, production will remain zero for a few more years. 6.5 Abalone The abalone species cultured included the Blacklip (Haliotis rubra), the Greenlip (H. laevigata) and a hybrid of the two species, known as the ‘Tiger’ Abalone. Other species in which some interest was shown in the past included Roe’s Abalone (H. roei), the Staircase Abalone (H. scalaris), the Ass’s ear or Tropical Abalone (H. asinina) and the Brownlip Abalone (H. concipora), however, there was no commercial production reported for these species. After recent increases in the value of production, the value decreased in 2010/11 by 6% to over $24.4 million from $26 million in 2010/11. Whilst production decreased from 782.0 to 743 tonnes, the farm gate value decreased slightly to $32.40/kg. In South Australia production (all Greenlip) increased by 11% (31 tonnes) for a total of $10.84 million; the average farm gate price decreased from $36.16 to 34.20/kg. In Victoria production (mostly hybrid, some Greenlip) rose by 91 tonnes to 270 tonnes ($8.91 million); the average farm gate price fell $0.94/kg to $33/kg. Several farms were continuing to increase in production.

In Tasmania production (Greenlip, Blacklip and hybrids) decreased by 80 tonnes to 156.0 tonnes ($4.68 million); the average farm gate price was stable at $30.00/kg. Several farms were significantly impacted by the Abalone Viral Ganglioneuritis disease. Pilot scale culture was undertaken in both N.S.W. and Western Australia (Greenlip); reports that production may begin with Tropical Abalone in Queensland were yet to be confirmed. The favoured growout method was using on-land culture in tanks or raceways with several different designs available. These included flat canoe-shaped tanks, plastic maze tanks and mazes of PVC pipes, all of which didn’t require large amounts of water or supplementary aeration. However, the major innovation was the concrete ‘slab’ tank, which was several metres wide and up to 25m long; at least one farm was also testing plastic slab tanks. Other culture methods included sea-based culture with barrels on longlines, floating or on-bottom cages, including ‘self-feeding’ systems. Continued interest was shown in seeding artificial reefs, however, no developments took place. The marketable size for cocktail or entree animals, 6 to 8 cm shell length (i.e. 60 to 90 grams) was reached after a culture period of 3.5 to 4 years depending on water temperatures. With improvements in management techniques, selective breeding and nutrition the production period continues to be reduced. The consistently high Australian dollar meant that exports of abalone were

expensive on overseas markets; this caused lower farm gate prices in several states. Prospects for Next Three Years Stock levels increased on existing farms so over the next few years production should continue to increase. Tasmanian production is expected to increase harvests once control of Abalone Viral Ganglioneuritis disease is established. Farm gate prices are expected to remain in the low $30/kg, particularly as the main producer of cultured Abalone (China with around 5,000 tonnes in 2000) has difficulties with high levels of coastal water pollution. However, South Africa was becoming a major competitor with production of over 1,500 tonnes per year. Farmers reported that as the vast majority of their sales are for exports, the high Australian dollar and the slowing of the Asia economies could further limit demand or continue to push farm gate prices lower. 6.6 Other Shellfish Species In the past, small quantities of Freshwater Mussels (Velesunio ambiguus) were produced in New South Wales. Several groups have examined the potential for freshwater pearl production; however, no commercial activity has been reported. The potential for Cockle or Clam culture integrated with Oyster farms was studied in Tasmania, South Australia and New South Wales. The two main species in Tasmania were Katelysia scalarina and Venerupis largillierti. Various varieties of Anadara are commercially cultured in Asia, so there could be some potential in Australia. To date, no production was reported. Several species of giant clam (Tridacnidae)

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have been investigated with regard to their commercial potential (Tridacna gigas, T. derasa, T. squamosa, T. crocea and Hippopus hippopus). No commercial production was reported, although an operation in Western Australia was known to be selling cultured product to the aquarium market. Production difficulties included wide variations in growth rates, losses due to cyclones and lack of suitable culture sites (mainly due to restrictions regarding aquaculture activities in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park).

7. Miscellaneous Species

Interest has been expressed in the culture of Trochus (Trochus niloticus) for its shell and for restocking reefs. Some research has been undertaken in the Northern Territory and Western Australia; however

The total value of the miscellaneous (Microalgae, Crocodiles, Aquatic Worms and ‘Others’) species showed a 31.2% decrease over the value in the previous year to over $16 million (Table 6).

there was no commercial production recorded in 2010/11 Periwinkles for Italian seafood dishes have been trialled in Tasmania with no production recorded in 2010/11. Prospects for Next Three Years Development of these industries appears unpredictable at present – their potential appears to be limited by a lack of investor and/or grower interest.

Table 6: Australian aquaculture production of Miscellaneous Species for 2010/11. Species Crocodiles (flesh) Crocodiles

(skins)1*

Production (tonnes)

Hatchery # (,000's)

Value ($,000)

62.0

NA

2,988.0

NDA

NA

5,800.0

Microalgae2

NDA

NA

2,847.0

Aquatic Worms3

17.0

NA

859.9

Others4

1,319.0

NDA

3,568.2

Subtotal

1,398

0.0

16,063.1

Sources: Information provided by State and Territory Fisheries Departments and industry. Notes: Figures rounded to nearest decimal place. # = Hatchery production of stock for recreation or conservation uses. NDA = no details available (assume some production was undertaken), NA = not applicable. * = figures for previous year used. 1 = Includes skins plus other Crocodile curios items such as feet, teeth, skulls, back straps, etc. 2 =WA production includes Brine Shrimp production due to confidentiality concerns. 3 = Polychaete Worms were sold in litre quantities, 1 litre = 1 kilogram (approx.). 4= Includes a wide range of Finfish, Crustaceans and Molluscs lumped in ‘Others’ Category as specific data could not be published due to confidentiality concerns.

Table 7: Australian aquaculture production for 2010/11 by States/Territories. State/Territory

Production (tonnes)

Hatchery # (,000's)

Value ($,000)

% increase over 2009/10*

New South Wales

4,607.8

2,386.3

46,291.2

(6.8)

South Australia

20,247.0

23.0

207,158.5

7.3

Queensland

6,972.5

5,003.0

89,282.1

(14.7)

Victoria

2,458.8

3,343.5

22,869.9

5.8

Tasmania

37,936.0

3.0

416,835.5

5.5

Northern Territory

760.0

0.0

28,159.0

(0.3)

Western Australia

1,322.8

694.2

100,058.1

2.8

Total

74,304.9

11,452.9

910,654.4

2.4

Sources: Information provided by State and Territory Fisheries Departments and industry. Notes: Figures rounded to nearest decimal place. # = Hatchery production of stock for recreation or conservation uses. *Figures in brackets represent a negative growth (i.e. decrease) in value over the previous year.

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The decreases were mostly due to the ‘Others’ figures (31% decrease). Many species previously contained in ‘Others’ were able to be allotted to their correct category due to the ability to report in 2010/11. This category was used by several states to combine data for species that have less than 5 producers; this was done for confidentiality reasons. Usually, industry sources provide estimates which allow the segregation of the data into the specific categories; however, occasionally the figures can’t be confirmed. 7.1 Crocodiles Australia’s two species of crocodile – the Saltwater Crocodile (Crocodylus porosus) and the indigenous Freshwater Crocodile (C. johnstoni) are both protected species (both in Australia and under the CITES convention). Thus there were many regulations involved with their culture and sale, which increased production costs. However, the quality of the Australian product continued to allow it to gain a reputation overseas. The Crocodiles were cultivated for their belly skins and flesh (most from the tail, but also from the mid-section and legs). The preferred species was the larger and faster growing ‘saltie’. On the farms, the harvest size was about 1.5m, which represented an animal of 2 to 3 years age. In addition a wide range of other products were sold including back straps, feet, heads (skulls), claws and teeth. The availability of data from the individual States or Territories was limited. The value of skin and other products fell slightly to $5.8 million. Flesh sales decreased again this year from 64.1 to 62 tonnes, at an average farm gate of $22/kg, this was worth over $2.8 million (Table 6). For the third year the total value of crocodile production was stable at $8.78 million. In addition to their use for human food and clothing, Crocodiles played a major role in tourism with more than 20 tourist operations and zoos exhibiting Crocodiles around Australia. The value of this to the Australian economy was thought to be in the tens of millions. Prospects for Next Three Years Improvements in farming technology and increasing demand for quality product


Status of Australian Aquaculture In 2010/11 may see the number, quality and value of Crocodiles in Australia rise over the next few years. The high Australian Dollar in a currently depressed global market may limit sales, or see a price adjustment. 7.2 Microalgae and Seaweeds The salt tolerant Microalgae (Dunaliella salina) was cultured commercially in Port Gregory, Western Australia and Whyalla, South Australia. A multi-national food company runs both these operations with a total of more than 800 ha of hypersaline ponds in production; the two sites provide security of supply and year round production. The main product was betacarotene, an important food additive, colour and dietary supplement. In addition, by-products such as microalgal meal were sold for use in animal feeds. A Spirulina plant in the Northern Territory has been operating for several years. The estimated value from Western Australia increased to $0.6 million (Table 6), a new marine micro algae project comme-nced during 2010/11. This project is expected to lead to significant growth in production in future production returns. In South Australia micro algae and brine shrimp were reported together with a combined value of over $2.2 million, still significantly lower than the previous production recorded of $3 million in 2008/09. Northern Territory is estimated to remain at $0.1 million as this figure was included in ‘Others’ in 2010/11. Interest in Seaweed (Macroalgae) increased with several Abalone farms using seaweeds as nutrient strippers. In addition one or more Atlantic Salmon farms have examined the benefits of seaweed culture being integrated into the finfish seacage operations. As yet no commercial production was reported. A number of species of aquatic plants (eg. water lilies) were produced for the Aquarium and Ornamental Pond markets although no figures were available. Prospects for Next Three Years The high costs of production and extraction are thought to prevent new operations from being established. Applied R&D is commencing into other species of Microalgae for a wide range of

pigments, feeds and fine chemicals; however, the main interest is for biofuels and carbon credits (through fixation of carbon dioxide). If successful, the value and production will increase significantly over the next few years. 7.3 Aquatic Worms Over 17 tonnes of aquatic (Polychaete) Worms were produced in Victoria and New South Wales to provide food for Aquarium Fish; this was valued at over $0.85 million (Table 6). The main species cultured included the Black Worm Lumbriculus variegatus and L. veligans with some limited quantities of the Redworm Tubifex and the Aquatic Worm Diopatra dentata.

cucumbers (Beche-de-mer, Trepang), no production was reported. Prospects for Next Three Years Due to the infancy of their production, no predictions were possible.

8. State Totals Table 7 provides a breakdown of the production for each State and Territory. In 2010/11 there were there were increases in the value of production for South Australia, Victoria, Western Australia and Tasmania. There were decreases in NSW, Queensland and Northern Territory.

Prospects for Next Three Years Production is expected to remain stable.

For the first time in six years there has been a change in order of total value for the States to that reported for the previous year (order from last year given in brackets):

7.4 Other Aquatic Organisms While interest had been expressed in the commercial culture of sea urchins or sea

1. Tasmania (1) – $416.8 million, up $21.7 million, 5.5% increase (sixth year of increases);

Table 8: Aquaculture production for New South Wales and ACT in 2010/11. Species

Production (tonnes)

Hatchery # (,000’s)

Value ($,000)

Rainbow Trout (f/w)

167.7

0.0

1,957.0

Australian Bass

0.0

256.0

151.0

Eel-tailed Catfish

0.0

16.0

28.8

Golden Perch

0.1

853.0

248.4

Silver Perch

194.3

354.2

2,440.2

Murray Cod

5.4

906.0

545.1

Longfin Eels

12.2

0.0

124.4

Barramundi

75.1

0.0

938.0

Mulloway

71.9

0.0

684.1

Native Aquarium Fish

NA

0.0

112.7

Black Tiger Prawns

147.6

0.0

1,732.5

Yabbies

5.4

0.0

104.0

Pacific Oysters1

609.4

0.0

4,168.6

Sydney Rock Oysters2

3242.1

0.0

31,515.9

Pearls Non-maxima

NDA

0.0

49.3

Blue Mussels

71.0*

0.0

305.3*

Aquatic Worms3

4.8*

0.0

422.4.0*

Subtotal

4,650.2

2,385.2

45,527.7

Sources: Data provided by NSW Fisheries, estimates from industry indicated by *. Notes: Figures rounded to nearest decimal place. # = Hatchery production of stock for recreation or conservation uses. NDA = no details available (assume some production was undertaken), NA = not applicable. 1 = Including Triploid Pacific Oysters, one dozen of unopened oysters = 0.8kg. 2 = For Sydney Rock Oysters, 14 standard bags equal 1 tonne for unopened oysters. 3 = Aquatic Polychaete Worms were sold in litre quantities, 1 litre = 1 kilogram (approx.).

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Table 9: Aquaculture production for South Australia in 2010/11. Species

Production (tonnes)

Hatchery # (,000’s)

Value ($,000)

Barramundi

168.0

0.0

2,320.0

Southern Bluefin Tuna

5,800.0

0.0

125,160.0

Yellowtail Kingfish

3,120.0

0.0

23,910.0

Mulloway

500.0*

0.0

4,000.0*

Exotic Aquarium Fish1

NA

23.0

11.5

Marron2

37.0

0.0

1,030.0

Pacific Oysters3

6,154.0

0.0

35,210.0

Blue Mussels

1,174.0

0.0

2,430.0

Abalone

317.0

0.0

10,840.0

MicroAlgae & Brine Shrimp

2,977.0

0.0

2,247.0

Subtotal

20,247.0

23.0

207,158.5

Sources: Data provided by PIRSA, estimates from industry indicated by *. Notes: Figures rounded to nearest decimal place. # = Hatchery production of stock for recreation or conservation uses. NDA = no details available (assume some production was undertaken), NA = not applicable. 1 = No data available, based on previous year’s figures. 2 =Includes Yabbies. 3 = For Pacific Oysters, a conversion factor of 1.0 (i.e. 83 grams each) was used to convert dozens to kilograms for unopened Oysters. 4 = Includes Microalgae, Brine Shrimp, Ornamentals.

Table 10: Aquaculture production for Queensland in 2010/11. Species

Production (tonnes)

Hatchery # (,000’s)

Value ($,000)

Australian Bass

0.0

1,200.0

264.0

Golden

Perch1

2.0

1,600.0

373.0

Silver Perch

113.5

107.3

1,385.5

Murray Cod2

NDA

120.7

79.7

Barcoo grunter

18.7

0.0

244.8

Barramundi

2,746.0

570.2

21,286.8

Native Aquarium Fish

NA

212.8

270.3

Exotic Aquarium Fish

NA

1,192.0

524.5

3,822.0

0.0

55,571.9

52.0

0.0

914.2

Black Tiger

Prawns3

Redclaw Sydney Rock

Oysters4

54.0

0.0

472.9

Crocodile flesh5

NDA

NA

1,520.0*

Crocodile skins5

NA

NA

3,800.0*

Others6

NDA

NDA

1,700.0

Subtotal

6,808.2

5,003

88,407.6

Sources: Data provided by agencies of Department of Primary Industry, estimates from industry indicated by *. Notes: Figures rounded to nearest decimal place. # = Hatchery production of stock for recreation or conservation uses. NDA = no details available (assume some production was undertaken), NA = not applicable. 1 = includes hatchery production of Australian Bass & Sleepy Cod. 2 = Murray Cod includes Mary River Cod, growout included in Others. 3 = Includes Black/Brown Tiger and Banana Prawns, split possibly is 75% : 25%. 4 = For Sydney Rock Oysters, a conversion factor of 0.60 (i.e. 50 grams each) was used to convert dozens to kilograms for unopened Oysters, Tropical Oysters now considered a wild fishery, 5 = No data available, used previous year’s figures - includes skins as well as other Crocodile curios items such as feet, teeth, skulls, back straps, etc. 6: Includes Murray Cod growout, marine finfish, eels, crabs, pearls.

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2. South Australia (2) – $207.1 million, up $14.1 million, 7.3% decrease (first year of increases); 3. Western Australia (4) – $100 million, up $2.7 million, 2.8% increase (first year of increases); 4. Queensland (3) – $89.2 million, down $15.5 million, 14.7% decrease (first year of decreases); 5. New South Wales (5) – $46.29 million, down 3.4 million, 6.8% decreases (second year of decreases); 6. Northern Territory (6) – $28.15 million, down $0.05 million, 0.3% decrease (first year); and 7. Victoria (7) – $22.8 million, up $1.26 million, 5.8% increase (second year of increases). Table 8 shows that in New South Wales production was 4,607.8 tonnes, with 2.3 million fingerlings/fry for a value of production which decreased by $3.4 to $46.29 million. The most commercially important species were Sydney Rock Oysters ($31.5million, down $3.2 million, second year of decrease) followed by Pacific Oysters ($4.16 million, down $0.3 million, first year of decreases), Black Tiger Prawns ($1.7 million, down $0.4 million, first year of decrease), Silver Perch ($2.4 million, down $0.1 million, first year of decreases), Rainbow Trout ($1.9 million, up $0.3 million, third year of increases) and Barramundi ($0.9 million, down $0.1 million, third year of decreases). Other species with a total value > $0.2 million included Murray Cod ($0.5 million), Golden Perch ($0.2 million), Aquarium Fish ($0.5 million), Eels ($0.1 million), Mulloway ($0.6 million), Mussels ($0.3 million), Yabbies ($0.1 million) and Aquatic Worms ($0.4 million). In terms of the total production value, South Australia stayed as the second leading State up 14.1 million to $207.1 million (Table 9). After an decrease in value in 2010/11, Southern Bluefin Tuna increased by $22.9 million to $125.1 million. Yellowtail Kingfish remained stable at a value of $23.1 million. Pacific Oysters in value of $0.21 million to $35.21 million (third year of increase). Abalone increased


Status of Australian Aquaculture In 2010/11 tonnage by 11% to 317 tonnes ($10.8 million) showed an increase ($0.5 million, third year of increase). Barramundi decreased to $2.3 million (first year). Mulloway was stable at $4.0 million. The value of Blue Mussels decreased to $2.4 million. Other commercially important sectors (value >$0.2 million) included Marron (up slightly to over $1 million). The total value of production in Queensland increased by 14% to give a total of $89.2 million (Table 10) to become the fourth most valuable state. Marine Prawns ($55.5 million) showed a decrease of 1,293 tonnes; the production figures included Tiger and Banana Prawns – no Kuruma Prawns were produced. Barramundi tonnes raised 14%, however value increased by $0.1 million; still the second most valuable aquaculture species in Queensland. No data was available for Crocodiles so the 2006/07 value ($5.3 million) was used. Murray Cod production was not able to be reported due to limited growers remaining in this market, whilst Silver Perch increased to $1.38 million. Redclaw ($0.9 million) showed a $0.1 million decrease in value, its lowest value since the 1990’s. Other commercially important species (value >$0.2 million) included Australian Bass ($0.2 million), Barcoo Grunter ($0.2 million), Exotic Aquarium Fish ($0.5 million), Native Aquarium Fish ($0.2 million), and Sydney Rock Oyster ($0.4 million). In Victoria the value of farmed production increased by 5.8% to $22.8million (Table 11). This is the second year of increase. For the third year the most valuable species were Abalone ($8.9 million, up $0.3 million, third year of increases). Other important species were Freshwater Rainbow Trout ($5.3 million, up $0.6 million), Eels ($0.7 million down $0.3 million), Exotic Aquarium Fish ($1.7 million, down $0.1 million), and Blue Mussels ($2.6 million, up $1 million). Barramundi harvest decreased by 10 tonnes to 72 tonnes.

Table 11: Aquaculture production for Victoria in 2010/11. Species

Production (tonnes)

Hatchery # (,000’s)

Value ($,000)

Atlantic Salmon1

14.5*

1.0

140.9*

Brown Trout

77.4*

35.0

408.4*

Rainbow Trout (f/w)

876.1*

35.0

5,356.7*

Australian Bass

1.0*

0.0

10.3*

Golden Perch

2.0*

0.5

20.8*

Silver Perch

70.0*

0.0

721.0*

Murray Cod

50.0*

70.0

585.0*

Trout

Cod2

NA

65.0

65.0

Short Finned Eels3

57.2

0.0

772.2

Barramundi

72.0*

0.0

756.0*

Exotic Aquarium Fish4

NA

3,147.0

1,762.3

Yabbies

3.0

0.0

30.0

Brine Shrimp

2.1*

0.0

231.0*

Blue Mussels

951.0

0.0

2,662.8

Abalone

270.0*

0.0

8,910.0*

Aquatic Worms5

12.5*

NA

437.5*

Subtotal

2,458.8

3,353.5

22,869.9

Sources: Data gained by estimates from industry indicated by *, except data on freshwater Natives releases. Notes: Figures rounded to nearest decimal place. # = Hatchery production of stock for recreation or conservation uses. NDA = no details available (assume some production was undertaken), NA = not applicable. 1 = Value does not includes caviar sold at $100/kg. 2 = Endangered species, not sold, assumed same price as Murray Cod. 3 = Combination of Shortfin (majority) and Longfin Eels. 4 = Majority are Goldfish although some Natives (Murray Cod, Golden Perch, Yabbies) are included. 5 = Aquatic Polychaete Worms were sold in litre quantities, 1 litre = 1 kilogram (approx.).

Table 12: Aquaculture production for Tasmania in 2010/11. Species Atlantic Salmon1 Shortfin

Eels2

Seahorses Pacific

Oysters3

Production (tonnes)

Hatchery # (,000's)

Value ($,000)

33,067.0

0.0

386,883.9

13.0

NA

78.0

NA

3.0*

36.0*

3,958.0

0.0

22,560.6

Blue Mussels

742.0

0.0

2,597.0

Abalone

156.0

0.0

4,680.0

Subtotal

37,936

3.0

416,835.5

Sources: Data provided by agencies of the Department of Primary Industry & Fisheries, estimates from industry indicated by *. Notes: Figures rounded to nearest decimal place. # = Hatchery production of stock for recreation or conservation uses. NDA = no details available (assume some production was undertaken), NA = not applicable. 1 = Government production figures only for Salmonids, i.e. includes Atlantic Salmon, freshwater Rainbow Trout and sea cultured Rainbow Trout. 2 = Catch and restock only, mostly Shortfin Eels, no details so used data for previous year. 3 = For Pacific Oysters, a conversion factor of 1.0 (i.e. 83 grams each) was used to convert dozens to kilograms for unopened oysters in Tasmania.

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suggested majority of sales were for bait yabbies due to the regulations.

($0.7 million, down $0.2 million); Murray Cod ($0.5 million, down $0.2 million) Brine Shrimp ($0.2 million, down $0.3 million); and Aquatic Worms ($0.4 million, steady). Yabbies production raised slightly (3 tonnes valued at $30,000) despite many growers being unhappy with Prime Safe regulations for a live product harvest and transport. Industry sources

The most valuable aquaculture state was Tasmania with 37,936 tonnes worth $416.8 million (Table 12), a 5.5% increase from the estimates for 2010/11; this is the seventh year of increases. The most valuable sectors were Atlantic Salmon ($386.8 million, up $23 million,

Table 13: Aquaculture production for Northern Territory in 2010/11. Species

Production (tonnes)

Hatchery # (,000's)

Value ($,000)

Barramundi

708.0

0.0

5,841.0

Pearls (P. maxima)

NDA

0.0

18,820.0

Crocodile Flesh

52

NA

1,248.0

Crocodile

Skins1

NDA

NA

1,500.0*

Others2

NDA

NDA

750.0

Subtotal

760.0

0.0

28,159

Sources: Data provided by NT Department of Primary Industry & Fisheries, estimates from industry indicated by *. Notes: Figures rounded to nearest decimal place. # = Hatchery production of stock for recreation or conservation uses. NDA = no details available (assume some production was undertaken), NA = not applicable. 1 = Based on previous year, 2 =Includes corals, invertebrates, aquarium fish, Trepang, Spirulina.

Table 14: Aquaculture production for Western Australia in 2010/11. Species

Production (tonnes)

Hatchery # (,000's)

Value ($,000)

Rainbow Trout (f/w)

4.5

563.0

184.7

Silver Perch

28.1

0.0

449.3

Barramundi

685.9

0.0

7,099.1

Native Aquarium Fish1

NDA

47.2

230.9

Exotic Aquarium Fish

NDA

60.0

236.8

Marron

50.1

0.0

1,358.7

Yabbies

37.0

0.0

684.1

Pearls (P. maxima)

NDA

NA

85,500.0

Blue Mussels

507.2

0.0

1,871.6

Crocodile Flesh3 4

10.0*

NA

220.0*

Crocodile Skins4

NDA

NA

500.0*

Microalgae4

NDA

NA

600.0

Others5

NDA

NDA

1,118.2

Subtotal

1,322.8

670.2

100,053.4

Sources: Data provided by WA Fisheries, estimates from industry indicated by *. Notes: Figures rounded to nearest decimal place. # = Hatchery production of stock for recreation or conservation uses. NDA = no details available (assume some production was undertaken), NA = not applicable. 1 = Includes some Marron and Seahorses, used average price for previous year. 2 = No details available so used figure from ABARE 2011. 3 = Based on an Australia-wide price $20/kg. 3 = Includes skins for export and other Crocodile curios items such as feet, teeth, skulls, back straps, etc. 4 = No data available, used figure from previous year. 5 = includes production of Artemia, Abalone, Mulloway, Yellowtail Kingfish, Sydney Rock Oysters, Murray Cod, Rotifers.

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the seventh year of significant increases); Pacific Oysters ($22.5 million, up $1 million, the fourth year of increases); Blue Mussels ($2.5 million, down $1.1 million), Abalone ($4.6 million, down $2.7 million). Low or zero production was recorded for Ornamental Fish (Seahorses mainly), Scallops and Eels. In the Northern Territory production was limited to five main species groups â&#x20AC;&#x201C; together they were worth $28.1 million, a 0.3% decrease over the value for 2010/11; the first year of decrease. Pearls ($18.8 million, down $0.1 million, the first year of decrease), Crocodiles ($2.8 million, stable), Barramundi ($5.7 million, down $0.1 million). No data for Microalgae, Native Aquarium Fish and Prawns. Third in terms of the total production value, Western Australian production was worth $100 million (Table 14), an increase of 2.8% over the 2010/11 estimates. This is the first year of increased value. The main sectors were Pearls ($85.5 million, stable) and Barramundi (up $2.5 million to $7 million). Non-maxima pearls contributed $0.6 million in 2007/08; no data was available for 2010/11 however production was thought to be the same this year. Other species were Silver Perch ($0.4 million, stable), Native Aquarium Fish ($0.2 million, stable), Exotic Aquarium Fish ($0.2 million), Marron ($1.3 million, stable), Yabbies ($0.6 million, down $0.2 million), Blue Mussels ($1.8 million, down $0.1 million), Microalgae ($0.5 million, no change), and Crocodiles ($0.7 million, no change).


Status of Australian Aquaculture In 2010/11 O’Sullivan, D. and Dobson, J., 2001. Status of Australian Aquaculture in 1999/2000. Austasia Aquaculture Trade Directory 2001, Turtle Press, Hobart, Tasmania, pp 3-19.

O’Sullivan, D., Savage, J. and Fay, A., 2006. Status of Australian Aquaculture in 2003/2004. Austasia Aquaculture Trade Directory 2006, Turtle Press, Hobart, Tasmania, pages 3-23.

O’Sullivan, D. and Dobson, J., 2002. Status of Australian Aquaculture in 2000/2001. Austasia Aquaculture Trade Directory 2002, Turtle Press, Hobart, Tasmania, pp 3-19.

O’Sullivan, D., Savage, J. and Fay, A., 2007. Status of Australian Aquaculture in 2004/2005. Austasia Aquaculture Trade Directory 2007, Turtle Press, Hobart, Tasmania, pages 3-23.

O’Sullivan, D. 1992b. Aquaculture in Australian (Parts 1 & 2). Aquaculture Magazine 18 (4): 32-47 and 18 (5): 40-47.

O’Sullivan, D. and Kiley, T., 1996. Status of Australian Aquaculture in 1994/95. Austasia Aquaculture Trade Directory 1996, Turtle Press, Hobart, Tasmania, pp 2-12.

O’Sullivan, D., Savage, J. and Fay, A., 2008. Status of Australian Aquaculture in 2005/2006. Austasia Aquaculture Trade Directory 2008, Turtle Press, Hobart, Tasmania, pages 3-23.

O’Sullivan, D. 1995. Status of Australian Aquaculture in 1991-92. Aquaculture Sourcebook No 10, Turtle Press, Hobart, Tasmania, 41 pp.

O’Sullivan, D. and Kiley, T., 1997. Status of Australian Aquaculture in 1995/96. Austasia Aquaculture Trade Directory 1997, Turtle Press, Hobart, Tasmania, pp 2-12.

O’Sullivan, D. 1998. Status of Australian Aquaculture in 1996/97. Austasia Aquaculture Trade Directory 1998, Turtle Press, Hobart, Tasmania, pp 14-26.

O’Sullivan, D. and Roberts, N., 1999. Status of Australian Aquaculture in 1997/98. Austasia Aquaculture Trade Directory 1999, Turtle Press, Hobart, Tasmania, pp 3-17, 37.

O’Sullivan, D. and Savage, J., 2010. Status of Australian Aquaculture in 2007/08. Austasia Aquaculture Trade Directory 2010, Turtle Press, Hobart, Tasmania, pages 6-25.

O’Sullivan, D., Clark, E. and Morison, J., 2008. The Australian Ornamental Fish Industry in 2007/08. Dosaqua Pty Ltd (for FRDC), Adelaide, 215pp.

O’Sullivan, D. and Savage, J., 2003. Status of Australian Aquaculture in 2001/2002. Austasia Aquaculture Trade Directory 2003, Turtle Press, Hobart, Tasmania, pages 3-22.

O’Sullivan, D. and Savage, J., 2011. Status of Australian Aquaculture in 2008/09. Austasia Aquaculture Trade Directory 2011, Turtle Press, Hobart, Tasmania, pages 6-25.

O’Sullivan, D. and Dobson, J., 2000. Status of Australian Aquaculture in 1998/99. Austasia Aquaculture Trade Directory 2000, Turtle Press, Hobart, Tasmania, pp 3-17.

O’Sullivan, D. and Savage, J., 2004. Status of Australian Aquaculture in 2003/2004. Austasia Aquaculture Trade Directory 2004, Turtle Press, Hobart, Tasmania, pages 3-22.

9. References and Previous Status Reports Brown, D., Van Landeghem, K. and Schuele, M. 1997. Australian Aquaculture: Industry Profiles for Selected Species. ABARE Research Report 97.3, Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Canberra, 102 pp. O’Sullivan, D. 1992a. Revised statistics for aquaculture production. Austasia Aquaculture Magazine 6 (1): 29-31.

O’Sullivan, D. and Savage, J., 2009. Status of Australian Aquaculture in 2006/07. Austasia Aquaculture Trade Directory 2009, Turtle Press, Hobart, Tasmania, pages 6-25.

Education and Training Institutions offering Aquaculture Courses South Australia Codes To summarise the information on these courses, the following codes are used: VET: Vocational Education Training High Schools SITP: Competency units from the Seafood Industry Training Package are offered UG: Undergraduate Tertiary PG: Postgraduate Tertiary COR: courses may be undertaken by correspondence or externally would include some SITP units P: course can be undertaken on a part-time basis S: short courses are offered not SITP units *Indicates that the course is not totally on aquaculture but it has some aquaculture units or subjects.

Australian Maritime and Fisheries Academy PO Box 2099 Port Adelaide SA 5015 T: 08 8303 2780; F: 08 8303 2791 E: info@afa.edu.au W: www.afa.edu.au Contact: Maureen Jones Codes: SITP, P, S Course Titles: • Seafood Industry Training Package • Certificate III • Certificate I and II Aquaculture Course • Certificate III Fisheries Compliance Course

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Cowell Area School 42 Story Road Cowell SA 5602 T: 08 8629 2150; F: 08 8629 2486 Contact: Mark Churchett E: mark.churchett@cowellas.sa.edu.au Codes: VET, SITP Course Titles: Certificate I &II Seafood Industry Aquaculture Flinders University of South Australia School of Biological Sciences Faculty of Science and Engineering GPO Box 2100 Adelaide SA 5001 T: 08 8201 2280; F: 08 8201 3015 E: info.biology@flinders.edu.au Course Co-ordinator: A/Prof. Jian Qin E: jian.qin@flinders.edu.au Codes: UG, PG, P • Course Titles:Bachelor of Science (Aquaculture) – 3 years full time • Bachelor of Science (Marine Biology) – 3 years full time • Bachelor of Science (Marine Biology and Aquaculture double specialisation) – 3 years full time • Bachelor of Science (Aquaculture) Honours – 1 year full time • Master of Science Research – 2 years full time • Doctor of Philosophy Research – 3-4 years full time National Aquaculture Training Institute P/L PO Box 647 Henley Beach SA 5022 T: 08 8355 0277; F: 08 8355 0288 E: dos@dosaqua.com.au Contact: Dos O’Sullivan – 0418 130 595 Codes: SITP (SFI04), RTP (RUV04) Course Titles: • Certificate II, III, IV and Diploma in Aquaculture and Seafood • Certificate II and IV in Ornamentals (Pet shop & farming) part of Companion Animals Training Package. All offered in conjunction with other RTO’s. Focus on workplace training and systems development.

Parndana Campus of Kangaroo Island Community Education Wedgewood Road Parndana SA 5220 T: 08 8559 6068; F: 08 8559 6005 Contact: Trevor Bolwell E: Trevor.bolwell@kice.sa.edu.au Codes: VET, SITP Course Titles: • SFI AQUA 101A Carry out basic Aquaculture Operations Aquaculture • SFI CORE 101A Apply Basic Food Handling and Safety Practices * • SFI CORE 102A Carry Out work effectively in the Seafood industry Aquaculture • SFI CORE 103A Communicate in the Seafood Industry * • SFI CORE 104A Meet Workplace Health and Safety Requirements. • SFIAQUA205B Feed Stock • SFIAQUA206B Handle Stock • SFIAQUA308B Maintain water quality and environmental monitorin TAFE SA – Port Lincoln Campus Aquaculture Seafood Maritime 2 London St Port Lincoln SA 5606 T: 08 8688 3600; F: 08 8688 3675 E: nicole.arnell@tafesa.edu.au W: www.tafa.edu.au Codes: SF104 Course Titles: • Certificate III in the Seafood Industry Aquaculture – external study • Cert III & IV in the Seafood Industry Aquaculture – Port Lincoln and Urrbrae Campus • Diploma in Seafood Industry Aquaculture – Port Lincoln campus & external • Coxswains Certificate – Restricted • Coxswains Certificate -3 weeks including: Elements of Shipboard Safety & • Radio Operators (MROCP) Deckhand Skills and Safety Forklift training • Radio Operators Elements of Shipboard Safety Seafood Processing

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Tasmania National Centre for Marine Conservation and Resource Sustainability University of Tasmania – Launceston Locked Bag 1-370 Launceston TAS 7250 T: 03 6324 3801; F: 03 6324 3804 Contact: Jan Daniel E: J.Daniel@utas.edu.au Codes: UG, PG, S, P Course Titles: • Associate Degree in Aquaculture – 2 years FT • Bachelor of Applied Science (Marine Environment) – 3 years FT • Bachelor of Applied Science (Marine Environment) with Honours – 1 year FT • Graduate Certificate of Applied Science (ME) – 1 semester FT • Graduate Diploma of Applied Science (Marine Environment) – 1 year FT • Master by Coursework & Dissertation (Marine Environment) – 1.5-2 years FT • Master of Philosophy– 2 years FT • Doctor of Philosophy – 3 years FT • Master of Applied Science (Marine Environment) with Honours – 2 years FT NB – all courses may be done as full time or part time Seafood Training Tasmania 2A Gladstone Street Battery Point TAS 7004 T: 03 6233 6442; F: 03 6223 2780 E: stt@seafoodtrainingtas.com.au W: www.seafoodtrainingtas.com.au Contact: Rory Byrne, Martine Gott, James Garde Codes: SITP & TDM Course Titles: Seafood Industry Training Package: • Certificates I – Diploma in Aquaculture SITP Shellfish & Finfish, • Certificates I – III Fishing Operations SITP * • Certificates I – IV Seafood Processing SITP * Transport & Distribution Maritime Training Package: • Certificates I-III in Marine Operations • Certificates II & III in Marine Engine Driving


Education and Training Institutions offering Aquaculture Courses

New South Wales Southern Cross University PO Box 157 Lismore NSW 2480 T: 02 6620 3650; F: 02 6621 2669 E: esm@scu.edu.au W: www.scu.edu.au Codes: UG, PG, S Course Titles: • Bachelor of Environmental Science (majors in Coastal Management, Environmental Resource Management, & Fisheries and Aquaculture Management) – 3 years full time • Batchelor of Marine Science and Management – 3 years full time. • Bachelor of Science / Bachelor of Education Secondary – 4 years full time • Bachelor of Environmental Science / Bachelor of Laws – 5 years full time • Bachelor of Environmental Science (Honours) – 1 year full time • Graduate Diploma of Marine Science and Management – 1 year full time • Masters of Environmental Science (by coursework) – 1 year full time • Bachelor Environmental Science (Double Major) – 3 1/2 years • Masters of Science (by Research) – 1-2 years fulltime TAFE NSW- Hunter Institute, Industry and Natural Resources Faculty, Marine and Aquaculture Unit PO Box 479 Belmont NSW 2280 T: 02 4979 6100; F: 02 4979 6222 W: www.hunter.tafensw.edu.au Head Teacher: Greg Waldron T: 02 4979 6196 / 0417 281 110 E: greg.waldron@tafe.nsw.edu.au Belmont Campus, Course Titles: • Seafood Industry (Aquaculture) Certificate II – 1 year evening flexible • Seafood Industry (Aquaculture) Certificate III – 1 year evening flexible • Seafood Industry (Aquaculture) Certificate III – 2 year part-time day • Seafood Industry (Aquaculture) Certificate III Flexible/ distance education, student determinated duration • Aquaponics – 1 day (backyard, beginner); run on-demand across NSW • Aquaponics – 2 days (commercial, investor); run on-demand across NSW

North Coast TAFE – NATFISH National Fishing Industry Education Centre Locked Bag 5 Grafton NSW 2460 T: 02 6644 4700; F: 02 6644 7767 E: natfish@tafensw.edu.au W: http://northcoast.tafensw.edu.au/ natfish Contact: Lisa Terry, Glen Searle or Jacqui Johnson Codes: SITP, COR, P, S, VET Course Titles: • Certificate II, III and IV in Seafood Industry Aquaculture • Diploma in Seafood Industry Aquaculture • Certificate III in Marine Studies • Seafood Industry Studies Statement of Attainment- up to 200 hours of selected aquaculture or seafood handling units • Certificate II and III in Seafood Industry Aquaculture Traineeships. • All courses are available both parttime and full-time by flexible distance education with practical work completed in short workshop blocks, freecall telephone and email support from your teachers and additional resources available via the internet. • Regular short courses on Recirculation Technology, Fish Hatchery Techniques, HACCP and Seafood Safety. • Short customised courses and study tours can be organised on demand.

Northern Territory Charles Darwin University CDU Darwin NT 0909 W: www.cdu.edu.au T: 08 8946 7258; F: 08 8946 6690 Contact: Jim Luong-Van T: 08 8946 6718 E: jim.luong-van@cdu.edu.au • Bachelor of Science Honours * – 1 year full time • Master of Science *- 2 years full time • Doctor of Philosophy * 3-4 years full time

VET Tropical Aquaculture Coordinator Contact: Chadd Mumme T: 08 8946 7257 E: chadd.mumme@cdu.edu.au Codes: SITP, UG, PG, P Course Titles: • Certificate II, III & IV in the Seafood Industry Aquaculture. • (1-2 semesters full-time 3-4 semesters part-time). Workplace training. • Certificate II & III can be studied internally (lectures) or externally. • Certificate IV is workplace assessment or recognition of prior learning only

Queensland ACS Distance Education PO Box 2092 Nerang MDC QLD 4211 T: 07 5562 1088; F: 07 5562 1099 E: admin@acs.edu.au Codes: UG, COR, P, S Internationally accredited by I.A.R.C. & recognised provider of education and training in the UK. Courses: 100 hour specialist study short courses in: • Aquaculture (Freshwater) • Marine Studies I and II • Mariculture – (Marine Aquaculture) • Aquaponics (a combination of aquaculture & hydroponics) Sunshine Coast TAFE SCT – Aquaculture Box 5252 Nambour QLD 4560 T: 07 5457 1000; F: 07 5457 1553 W: www.sunshinecoast.tafe.qld.gov.au/ Teachers: Stuart Whitney E: stuart.whitney @det.qld.gov.au Codes: SITP Course Titles: • Certificate II in Seafood Industry (Aquaculture school program) • Course in Seafood Industry – Aquaculture (Flexible Delivery) • Certificate III in Seafood Industry (Aquaculture) • GMDSS (Global Marine Distress and Safety System – General Operators Certificate) • Certificate III, IV & Diploma Seafood Processing (Flexible Delivery)

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James Cook University Discipline of Aquaculture School of Marine and Tropical Biology Townsville QLD 4811 T: 1800 246 446 or +61 07 4781 4345 E: mtb@jcu.edu.au W: www.jcu.edu.eu Codes: UG, PG, P, S Course Titles: • Bachelor of Science Major in Aquaculture – 3 years full time • Bachelor of Science Advanced Major in Aquaculture – 3 years full time • Bachelor of Science Honours* – 1 year full time after B.Sc. • Graduate Certificate of Science Aquaculture – 6 months full time after B.Sc • Graduate Diploma of Science Aquaculture – 1-year full time after B.Sc. • Graduate Certificate of Research Methods Aquaculture – 6 months full time after B.Sc • Graduate Diploma of Research Methods Aquaculture – 1year fulltime after B.Sc. • Master of Philosophy (Science) – 1-2 years full time after M.Sc. Qual. • Master of Science Aquaculture – 1.5 years full time after B.Sc. • Doctor of Philosophy * – 2-4 years full time • Short courses on demand Queensland University of Technology School of Natural Resource Sciences GPO Box 2434 Brisbane QLD 4001 Admin Enquiries: 07 3138 2000 Contact: Assoc.Prof. Peter Mather T: 07 3138 1737; F: 07 3138 2330 E: p.mather@qut.edu.au Codes: UG, PG, S Course Titles: • Bachelor of Applied Science * – 3 years fulltime • Bachelor of Applied Science Honours * – 1 year fulltime • Master of Applied Science * – 2 years full time

Victoria SEAMEC Bullock Island Road Lakes Entrance VIC 3909 T: 03 5155 6500; F: 03 5155 6555 E: seamec@egtafe.vic.edu.au W: www.egtafe.vic.edu.au Contact: Jenny Allitt E: jallitt@egtafe.vic.edu.au Course Outlines: • Certificate II and III in Seafood Aquaculture • Individual training plans can be arranged to suit Marine Training Services 17 Swanston Street Geelong VIC 3220 T/F: 03 5229 5432 E: marinets@tpg.com.au W: www.marinetraining.vic.edu.au Contact: Vic Goy Codes: COR, P Courses: • Coxswain – Certificate II in Transport & Distribution (Coastal Maritime Operations – Coxswain) • Master 5/Skipper 3 - Certificate III in Transport & Distribution (Coastal Maritime Operations) • Master 4/Skipper 2 - Certificate IV in Transport & Distribution (Coastal Maritime Operations) • MED 3 – Certificate II in Transport & Distribution (Marine Engine Driving – Grade 3) • MED 2 – Certificate III in Transport & Distribution (Marine Engine Driving – Grade 2) • Inland Waters Coxswain • Passenger endorsement for Port Phillips Heads

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NMIT (Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE Corner of Cooper St and Dalton Road, Epping VIC 3076 T: 03 9269 1042; F: 03 9269 1046 Contact: Lachie McKenzie Codes: SITP, S, P Course Titles: • Certificate II, III, IV Diploma Seafood Industry Training Package – Aquaculture • Certificate II, III Seafood Industry Training Package – Seafood Processing. • Short Courses: Introduction to Aquaculture includes water quality management, Fish Health and Handling, Hatchery Management, Plant & Equipment • Bachelor of Aquaculture and Environmental Management

West Australia Durack Institute of Technology Batavia Coast Maritime Institute Locked Bag 103 Geraldton WA 6531 Ph: 08 9956 6175; F: 08 9921 7705 W: www.durack.edu.au Director: Dr Suresh Job – 08 9956 6158 E: suresh.job@durack.edu.au Contact: Glenn Varley – Lecturer T: 08 9956 6770 Codes: SITP, S, P Course Titles: • Certificate II and III of Seafood Industry Aquaculture • Diploma of Seafood Industry Aquaculture Challenger Institute of Technology 1 Fleet St Fremantle WA 6160 T: 08 9239 8189; F: 08 9239 8078 E: info@challenger.wa.edu.au W: www.challenger.wa.edu.au Contact: Sherell Crisp – Program Manager T: 08 9239 8082 Codes: SITP, UG, P, COR Course Titles: • Certificate II, III & Diploma Seafood Industry (Aquaculture) • Certificate II – Seafood Industry Aquaculture – Online study course • Diploma – Marine Studies • Aquaponics


Education and Training Institutions offering Aquaculture Courses Curtin University of Technology Department of Environment & Agriculture GPO Box U1987 Perth WA 6845 T: 08 9266 4400; F: 08 9266 4422 Contact: Anne Barnes Codes: UG, PG, S, P Course Titles: • Bachelor of Science – Agriculture & Environment – major in Coastal Zone Management • Master of Science (Sustainable Aquaculture) – by coursework • PhD & Master by research program Denmark High School South Coast Highway Denmark WA 6333 T: 08 9848 0100; F: 08 9848 3286 W: www.denmark.wa.edu.au Contact: Jim Lilywhite Codes: SITP Course Titles: • Certificate I in Seafood Industry Aquaculture • Parts of Certificate II in Seafood Industry Aquaculture

Great Southern Institute of Technology Anson Road Albany WA 6330 Course Enquiries: 08 9892 8888 E: info@gsinstitute.wa.edu.au W: www.gsinstitute.wa.edu.au Contact: Peter Young T: 08 9892 7551; F: 08 9892 7539 E: peter.young@gsinstitute.wa.edu.au Codes: SITP Course Titles: • Certificate III and Diploma – Seafood Industry (Aquaculture) – on campus

New Zealand Mahurangi Technical Institute 11 Glenmore Drive Warkworth, New Zealand T: +64 9 425 8943; F: +64 9 425 8928 E: info@mti.net.nz W: www.mti.net.nz Courses: • Certificate in Aquatic Studies – Aquaculture • Short course Certificate in Aquatic Management • Certificate in Finfish Culture

Kimberley Training Institute of TAFE Broome Aquaculture Centre PO Box 1380 Broome WA 6725 T: 08 9192 9140; F: 08 9193 7558 Contact: Jeff Cooper E: Jeffrey.Cooper@kti.wa.edu.au W: www.kimtafe.wa.edu.au Codes: SITP, S, P Course Titles: • Certificate I, II, III, IV and Diploma – Seafood Industry Aquaculture • Customised short courses on request. • International students welcome • Flexible delivery systems, including on-site and online training

Associations and Industry Groups National Aquaculture Council Executive Chair: Pheroze Jungalwalla General Enquiries to the NAC Secretariat C/- TSIC T: 03 6224 2332 E: nac@tsic.org.au Members of the NAC include Australia’s aquaculture production sectors state and territory aquaculture councils as well as corporate and affiliate membership. Together NAC members represent around 98 per cent of Australia’s gross value of aquaculture production.

National Associations & Industry Groups Australian Abalone Growers Association PO Box 1190 Booragoon WA 6954 Executive Officer: Dan Machin T: 0438 964 303 E: dan@azureconsultinggroup.com.au

Australian Barramundi Farmers Association Executive Officer: Graham Dalton T: 07 3890 8089 / 0409 631 292 E: info@abfa.org.au W: www.abfa.org.au

IMarEST (Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology) ANZSPAC Division Executive Director: Gregory A Bondar T: 02 9546 4757; F: 02 9546 8852 M: 0411854 115 E: execdirector.anzspac@imarest.net W: www.imarest.org

Australian Mussel Industry Association President: Andy Dyer T: 0428 837 275 E: andyer@bigpond.com Australian Prawn Farmers Association Inc PO Box 392 Clayfield QLD 4011 Executive Officer: Helen Jenkins T: 07 3262 9015 / 0417 006 639 F: 07 3262 7650 E: info@apfa.com.au W:Äwww.apfa.com.au

Pearl Producers Association Inc Executive Officer: Brett McCallum T: 0417 908 089 E: Brett.McCallum@ pearlproducersaustralia.com Pet Industry Association of Australia (PIAA) T: 02 9659 5811; F: 02 9659 5822 E: info@piaa.net.au W: www.piaa.net.au

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Oysters Australia Ltd (formerly Shellfish Industry Council of Aust) Contact: Trudy McGowan E: saoga.saorc@bigpond.com T: 0407 883 333 Australian Southern Bluefin Tuna Industry Association Ltd CEO: Mr Brian Jeffriess T: 0419 840 299 E: austuna@bigpond.com

New South Wales NSW Aquaculture Association Inc PO Box 3 Karuah NSW 2324 President: Paul Van Der Werf T/F: 1300 554 405 E: secretary@nswaqua.com.au W: www.nswaqua.com.au North Coast Branch of NSW Aquaculture Association Bril Bril Road Rollands Plains NSW 2441 President: John Hambly T: 02 6585 8118 E: hamblysterlingperch@bigpond.com.au NSW Farmersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Association â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Oyster Section GPO Box 1068 Sydney NSW 2001 T: 02 8251 1808; F: 02 8251 1750 Contact: Richard Widows E: widowsr@nswfarmers.org.au NSW Silver Perch Growers Association President: Ian Charles T: 02 6956 2122 E: silverwater@webfront.net.au Secretary: Paul Trevethan T: 02 6026 5276

Northern Territory Northern Territory Seafood Council T: 08 8981 5194; F: 08 8981 5063 Executive Officer: Katherine Sarneckis E: ceo@ntsc.com.au W: www.ntsc.com.au Function: The Northern Territory Seafood Council represents both Aquaculture and wild catch commercial fisheries sector in the Northern Territory of Australia.

Queensland

South Australia

Aquaculture Association of Queensland Inc W: www.aaq.com.au President: Rob Bartley T: 0428 636 269 Vice President: Andrew Bray T: 0405 191 283 Secretary: Matt Johnston T: 0407 554 638 E: aaqsecretary@qmail.com

SA Aquaculture Council Inc Secretary: Martin Hernen T: 0401 737 255 E: mhernen@optusnet.com.au

Queensland Aquaculture Industries Federation (Inc) Contact: Graham Dalton T: 07 3890 8089 / 0409 631 292 E: gldalton@bigpond.com W: www.aquaculturequeensland.com Queensland Oyster Growers Association QAIF Rep: Ms Jane Clout T: 0419 786 631 E: jclout@kooringaloysters.com.au Queensland Pearl Industry Association QAIF Rep: Serena Sanders T: 0417 987 529 E: serena@sireneseapearls.com.au Queensland Crayfish Farmers Association Inc (linking three regional associations*) Secretary: Robert Walker T: 0411 548 930 E: secretary@sqcfa.org.au *Bundaberg & District Crayfish Association President: Cecily Wake T: 07 4156 6367 E: cmjwake@bigpond.com *South Queensland Crayfish Farmers Association Secretary: Robert Walker T: 0411 548 930 E: secretary@sqcfa.org *North Queensland Crayfish Farmers Association Secretary: Mr Ross Martin T: 07 4095 5120 E: rwmartin@bigpond.com

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IAASA Inc (Inland Aquaculture Assn of SA Inc. Secretary: Robin Moseby T: 08 8362 8042 E: rmoseby@internode.on.net W: www.iaasa.org.au SA Mussel Growers Association Contact: Mr Andy Dyer T: 0428 837 275 E: andyer@bigpond.com Australian Marine Finfish Farmers Association Inc Contact: Martin Hernen T: 0401 737 255 E: mhernen@optusnet.com.au SA Oyster Growers Association Inc T: 08 8364 3831; F: 08 8364 3895 E: saoga.saorc@bigpond.com Contact: Trudy McGowan T: 0407 883 333

Tasmania Oysters Tasmania Level 4, 29 Elizabeth Street Hobart TAS 7000 Executive Officer: Tom Lewis T: 0458 601 057 E: info@oysterstasmania.org W: www.oysterstasmania.org Tasmanian Aquaculture Council Chairman: Pheroze Jungalwalla TSIC: Neil Stump T: 03 6224 2332 / 0417 394 009 E: tsic@tsic.com.au Tasmanian Seafood Industry Council Chief Executive: Neil Stump T: 03 6224 2332; F: 03 6224 2321 E: tsic@tsic.org.au W: www.tsic.org.au


Associations and Industry Groups Tasmanian Salmonid Growers Association CEO: Dr Adam Main T: 0459 065 595 E: adam.main@tsga.com.au T: 03 6214 055 F: 03 6224 6255 E: contact@tsga.com.au W: www.tsga.com.au Tasmanian Shellfish Executive Council Chairman: James Calvert T: 0418 352 639 E: James.Calvert@bigpond.com Secretary: Tom Gray T: 0419 398 640 Tasmanian Abalone Growers Association Chairman: Mike Wing T: 03 6253 6007 Bruny Island Shellfish Growers Association President: Jeff Whayman T: 0428 136 515

Victoria Gippsland Aquaculture Industry Network Inc (GAIN) Contact: Tony McLennan T: 0408 513 500; F: 03 5174 4911 E: info@growfish.com.au W: www.growfish.com.au

West Australia Aquaculture Council of WA Level 1, 56 Marine Terrace Fremantle WA 6160 (PO Box 1605 Fremantle WA 6959) T: 08 9432 7711; F: 08 9432 7700 Chairman: Trevor Blinco Executive Officer: Dan Machin T: 0438 964 303 E: acwadan@aquaculturecouncilwa.com W: www.aquaculturecouncilwa.com AMWING Pearl Producers Assn of WA C/- ACWA PO Box 1605 Fremantle WA 6959 Contact: Dan Machin T: 08 9432 7711 / 0438 964 303 E: acwadan@aquaculturecouncilwa.com Marine Fishfarmers Assn of WA C/- Challenger Institute of Technology Fleet St Fremantle WA 6160 President: Guy Westbrook Contact: Greg Jenkins T: 08 9239 8030 Marron Growers Association of WA Inc PO Box 464 Northcliffe WA 6262 Secretary: Sue Harris T: 08 9776 6331 E: heyray@westnet.com.au President: Ron Robertson T: 08 9764 1272

Victorian Eel Fisherman’s Association Secretary: Graham Quarrell T: 03 5565 4413 President: Bill Allen T: 03 5231 3463

Mussel Producers Association of WA PO Box 1190 Booragoon WA 6954 Contact: Dan Machin T: 0438 964 303 E: dan@azureconsultinggroup.com.au

Victorian Marine Farmers Inc Contact: Michael Houghton T: 0412 491 977 E: westernportmussel@hotmail.com

Pearl Producers’ Association Inc Chairman: James Paspaley Paspaley Pearling Company T: 08 8982 5555 E: lhaak@paspaley.com Executive Officer: Brett McCallum T: 0417 908 089 E: brett.mccallum@ pearlproducersaustralia.com

Victorian Trout Farmers Association Secretary: Steve Malseed T: 03 5968 4711 E: troutfarm@dodo.com.au Victorian Native Fish Farmers Inc President:/Secretary: Simon Noble T/F: 02 6035 7245 E: simon@briminlodge.com.au

Yabby Producers Association of WA Inc PO Box 1605 Fremantle WA 6959 T: 08 9432 7711; F: 08 9432 7700 Contact: Dan Machin T: 0438 964 303 E: acwadan@aquaculturecouncilwa.com

New Zealand New Zealand Aquaculture Limited T/As Aquaculture New Zealand T: +64 3 5488 944; F: +64 3 5488 984 E: info@aquaculture.org.nz W: www.aquaculture.org.nz Coromandel Marine Farmers’ Association T: +64 9 378 7001; F: +64 9 378 6939 E: tom@hrm.co.nz Executive Officer: Tom Hollings New Zealand Mussel Industry Council Ltd T: +64 3 5488 944; F: +64 3 5488 984 E: info@aquaculture.org.nz W: www.aquaculture.org.nz NZ Oyster Industry Association T: +64 9 378 7001; F: +64 9 378 6939 E: tom@hrm.co.nz Executive Officer: Tom Hollings New Zealand Salmon Farmers Association T: +64 3 548 5714; F: +64 3 548 6993 E: contact@salmon.org.nz New Zealand Seafood Industry Council T: +64 4 385 4005; F: +64 4 385 2727 E: info@seafood.co.nz W: www.seafood.co.nz

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Government Departments ABARES T: +61 2 6272 2000 Contact: Dr Gavin Begg – 02 6272 4277 W: www.daff.gov.au/abares Australian Bureau of Statistics T: 1300 135 070 Intnl Callers: +61 2 9268 4909 E: client.services@abs.gov.au W: www.abs.gov.au Australian Inst of Marine Science T: 07 4753 4444 W: www.aims.gov.au AIMS Darwin T: 08 8920 9240 AIMS Perth T: 08 6369 4000 AQUIS Freecall: 1800 020 504 E: fish@aqis.gov.au W: www.aqis.gov.au AUSINDUSTRY Hotline: 13 28 46 E: hotline@ausindustry.gov.au W: www.ausindustry.gov.au Dept of Agriculture Fisheries & Forestry General Enquiries: 02 6272 3933 W: www.daff.gov.au Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority T: 07 4750 0700 E: info@gbrmpa.gov.au W: www.gbrmpa.gov.au

CSIRO Marine & Atmospheric Research Cleveland Laboratories T: 07 3826 7200 CSIRO Livestock Industries Australian Animal Health Laboratory T: 03 5227 5000 E: AAHL-Reception@csiro.au Australian Fish Diseases Laboratory Contact: Dr Mark Crane – 03 5227 5118 E: Mark.Crane@csiro.au

STATE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS 2012 New South Wales

CSIRO Enquiries Hotline: 1300 363 400 E: enquiries@csiro.au Intnl Callers: +61 3 9545 2176 CSIRO Marine & Atmospheric Research Microalgae Supply Service T: 03 6232 5222 E: cathy.johnston@csiro.au W: www.cmar.csiro.au/ANACC

DPI Fisheries and Resources Darwin Aquaculture Centre Contact: Damon Gore – 08 8924 4260 E: damon.gore@nt.gov.au

Queensland Department of Employment, Economic Development and Innovation General Enquiries: 13 25 23 W: www.deedi.qld.gov.au Fisheries Queensland Contact: Robin Hansen – 07 3225 1550 E: robin.hansen@deedi.qld.gov.au

Nsw Trade and Investment Department of Primary Industries Fisheries & Aquaculture

Bribie Island Research Centre Contact: Max Wingfield – 07 3400 2000 E: max.wingfield@deedi.qld.gov.au

Port Stephens Fisheries Institute Contact: Dr Geoff Allan – 02 4982 1232 E: Geoff.Allan@industry.nsw.gov.au W: www.industry.nsw.gov.au

Northern Fisheries Centre Contact: Michael Heidenreich – T: 07 4057 3700 E: michael.heidenreich@deedi.qld.gov.au

Cronulla Fisheries Centre T: 02 9527 8411 Contact: Prof Steve Kennelly

South Australia

Gaden Trout Hatchery Contact: Garry Green – 02 6451 3400 E: gaden@industry.nsw.gov.au

Primary Industries & Regions SA T: 08 8226 0900 E: pirsa.aquaculture@sa.gov.au W: www.pir.sa.gov.au

Grafton Aquaculture Centre Contact: Gavin Butler – 02 6640 1690 E: gavin.butler@industry.nsw.gov.au

South Australian R & D Institute Contact: Steven Clarke – 08 8207 5443 E: steven.clarke@sa.gov.au W: www.sardi.sa.gov.au

L.P. Dutton Trout Hatchery Contact: Peter Selby – 02 6775 9139 E: peter.selby@industry.nsw.gov.au

South Australian Shellfish Quality Assurance Program T: 08 8683 2533

Narrandera Fisheries Centre Contact: Lee Baumgartner – 02 6959 9021 E: lee.baumgartner@industry.nsw.gov.au

Tasmania

Statutory Authorities AFMA Freecall: 1300 723 621 E: info@afma.gov.au W: www.afma.gov.au

Northern Territory

Regional Infrastructure & Services T: 02 9338 6600; 1800 777 022 W: www.business.nsw.gov.au

DPI Parks, Water & Environment Marine Farming Branch Manager: Will Joscelyne T: 03 6233 3370 E: Will.Joscelyne@dpipwe.tas.gov.au

NSW Food Authority T: 1300 552 406 / +61 (02) 9741 4850 E: contact@foodauthority.nsw.gov.au W:www.foodauthority.nsw.gov.au

Fish Health Unit, Animal Health Lab Contact: Jeremy Carson, Stephen Pycroft T: 03 6336 5216 E: specimenreception@dpipwe.tas.gov.au

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Inland Fisheries Service T: 1300 463 474 E: infish@ifs.tas.gov.au W: www.ifs.tas.gov.au

Fisheries Victoria – Aquaculture Contact: Andrew Clarke – 03 9658 4373 E: Andrew.Clarke@dpi.vic.gov.au W: www.dpi.vic.gov.au/aquaculture

Salmon Ponds Hatchery T: 1300 463 474

Fisheries Victoria Contact: Dr Brett Ingram – 03 5258 0111 E: brett.ingram@dpi.vic.gov.au W: www.dpi.vic.gov.au/fisheries

IMAS (Institute for Marine & Antarctic Studies) IMAS Sandy Bay T: 03 6226 6379 E: imas.sandybay.reception@utas.edu.au IMAS Taroona T: 03 6227 7277 E: imas.taroona.receiption@utas.edu.au W: www.imas.utas.edu.au

Victoria Department of Primary Industries DPI Customer Service Centre: 136 186 E: customer.service@dpi.vic.gov.au W: www.dpi.vic.gov.au/fisheries

Fish Health Laboratory Contact: Dr Brian Jones – 08 9368 3649 E: brian.jones@agric.wa.gov.au

Western Australia Department of Fisheries Aquaculture Branch T: 08 9482 7333 Contact: Steve Nel – 08 9482 7361 E: steve.nel@fish.wa.gov.au WA Fisheries – Research Division Contact: Dr Rick Fletcher – 08 9203 0111 E: rick.fletcher@fish.wa.gov.au

Mariculture Research & Advisory Group Contact: Dr Sagiv Kolkovski T: 08 9203 0220 WA Fisheries – Regional Offices Broome T: 08 9193 8600 Contact: Pia Carter – 0419 950 184 E: pia.carter@fish.wa.gov.au Carnarvon T: 08 9941 1185 Contact: Jenny Little E: jenny.little@fish.wa.gov.au Freemantle T: 08 9432 8000 Albany T: 08 9845 7400 Contact: Kevin Donohue E: kevin.donohue@fish.wa.gov.au

Pemberton Freshwater Research Centre Manager: Tony Church – 08 9776 1044 E: tony.church@fish.wa.gov.au

Australian Aquaculture Research Institutions Australian Institute of Marine Science T: 07 4753 4444 AIMS – Darwin T: 08 8920 9240 AIMS – Perth T: 08 6369 4000 W: www.aims.gov.au Australian Seafood CRC Contact: Alison Connelly – 1300 732 213 E: Alison.Connelly@seafoodcrc.com W: www.seafoodcrc.com

FRDC (Fisheries Research & Development Corp) T: 02 6285 0400 E: frdc@frdc.com.au W: www.frdc.com.au Check website for information on sub program infrastructure and state FRABS Salmon Enterprises of Tasmania Pty Ltd T: 03 6289 3280 E: admin@saltas.com.au

Curtin Aquatic Research Department of Environment & Agriculture Aquaculture & Coastal Zone Management programmes Curtin University of Technology T: 08 9266 4504 W: www.environmentagriculture. curtin.edu.au

SARDI SA Aquatic Sciences Centre Aquaculture Research & Development Program W: www.sardi.sa.gov.au Contact: Steve Clarke – 08 8207 5443 E: clarke.steven@sa.gov.au

DPI – Fisheries Victoria Contact: Dr Brett Ingram – 03 5258 0111 E: brett.ingram@dpi.vic.gov.au W: www.dpi.vic.gov.au/fisheries

Seafood Services Australia T: 1300 130 321 E: ssa@seafoodservices.com.au W: www.seafood.net.au

Institute for Marine & Antarctic Studies Fisheries Aquaculture & Coasts Centre University of Tasmania Contact: Natalie Johnston – 03 6227 7256 E: Natalie.Johnston@utas.edu.au W: www.imas.utas.edu.au Tasmanian Oyster Research Council Ltd T: 0458 601 057 E: info@oysterstasmania.org W: www.oysterstasmania.org

New Zealand NIWA – Taihoro Nukurangi T: +64 9 375 2050 E: enquiries@niwa.co.nz W: www.niwa.co.nz Cawthron Institute T: +64 3 539 3212 E: info@cawthron.org.nz W: www.cawthron.org.nz

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PLANTS AND ANIMALS

Advertisers Index

AirEng P/L

50

Mainstream Aquaculture

35

Ajay Fibreglass

81

Midland Insurance Brokers

64

Algaboost

34

Murray Darling Fisheries

39

All Tanks

81

Oblomov Trading Company

51

Allied Filter Fabrics

69

Panaquatic Health Solutions

95

AMC / UTAS

97

Paradise Aquafarm Barramundi Hatchery

36

Aquaculture Services Australia

92

Pentar Aquatic Eco Systems

57

Aqualine Australasia

53

Phoslock Water Solutions

47

Aquasonic

Inside Front Cover

Aquatic Diagnostic Services Intnl P/L

55,95

Polymaster Primo Aquaculture

83 35,45,76,87

AQUI-S (Ridley Aqua Feed / Primo)

47

Proaqua

Ausaqua P/L

35

Quinntech P/L

49

Baseline

93

Ridley Aqua-Feed / Primo Aquaculture

55

BGB Marine

85

Scanz Technologies Ltd

77

BioSys Consulting

93

Seafarm Systems

BOC

61

Seafood Training Tas

BST Oysters

71

Silverlock Packaging

Challenger Institute of Technology

97

Spectrum Aquaculture

CSIRO Microalgae Algae Supply Service

34

Sunderland Marine

63

Donaghys P/L

67

Sunlover Heating

62

Dosaqua

92

TNA New Zealand

59

Esam Australia

44

Triaqua

41

F.R.D.C. Fresh By Design Group

Inside Back Cover Outside Back Cover

46,55

51 100 73 37,70

TTP Plastics By Design

72

Uarah Fisheries

38

Gwydir Native Fish Hatchery

40

Ultra Violet Products Aust P/L

89

Hanna Instruments

88

UV Guard Australia

86

Hereaus Amber

86

Walch Optics

74

Imbros

79

WBA Hatcheries P/L

36

James Cook University

99

Zapco Aquaculture

71

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PLANTS AND ANIMALS

ABALONE Cawthron Institute Private Bag 2, Nelson 7042 New Zealand T: +64 03 548 2319; F: +63 03 546 9464 E: info@cawthron.org.nz W: www.cawthron.org.nz Contact: Mike Mandeno T: +64 3 539 3254 E: mike.mandeno@cawthron.org.nz

Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933 F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser

ALGAE ADSI (Aquatic Diagnostic Services Int P/L 6 Commodore Court Banora Point NSW 2486 M: 0409 727 853; F: 07 5513 1113 E: info@adsi.com.au W: www.adsi.com.au Display advertiser

CSIRO Microalgae Supply Service Australian National Algae Culture Collection Castray Esplanade Hobart TAS 7001 (GPO Box 1538 ) T: 03 6232 5316 F: 03 6232 5471 E: cathy.johnston@csiro.au W: www.csiro.au/ANACC Display advertiser

ARTEMIA CYSTS ADSI (Aquatic Diagnostic Services Int P/L 6 Commodore Court Banora Point NSW 2486 M: 0409 727 853 F: 07 5513 1113 E: info@adsi.com.au W: www.adsi.com.au Display advertiser Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933 F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser Ausaqua P/L PO Box 226 Wallaroo SA 5556 T: 08 8824 2252 F: 08 8824 2152 E: artemiasupply@ausaqua.com.au W: www.ausaqua.com.au Display advertiser

ProAqua P/L PO Box 1045 Eagle Farm QLD 4009 T: 1300 304 634 F: 07 3319 6136 E: admin@proaqua.net.au W: www.proaqua.net.au Display advertiser

Australian National Algae Culture Collection

CSIRO Microalgae Supply Service W supply high quality microalgae starter We cultures and complementary technical advice to the aquaculture industry as well as for research, education and other industrial applications throughout Australia and internationally.

All cultures are grown under controlled environment conditions. Selected strains are axenic (bacteria-free). Orders are dispatched via courier to ensure arrival in the best possible condition.

BIODIVERSITY PORTFOLIO www.csiro.au For more information, strain list, or to place orders, contact: Ms Cathy Johnston, Manager, Microalgae Supply Service, GPO Box 1538, Hobart, Tasmania 7001, Australia • Phone 61 (0)3 6232 5316 Fax 61 (0)3 6232 5471 • Email: cathy.johnston@csiro.au • www.csiro.au/ANACC

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Spectrum Aquaculture P/L Salt Creek GSL Cysts 19 - 21 Neon Street Narangba QLD 4504 Sales Enquiries: 1300 655 092 E: spectrum@ridley.com.au W: www.spectrumaquaculture.com.au W: www.feeds.com.au Display advertiser

ProAqua P/L PO Box 1045 Eagle Farm QLD 4009 T: 1300 304 634 F: 07 3319 6136 E: admin@proaqua.net.au W: www.proaqua.net.au Display advertiser

BARCOO GRUNTER Fingerlings South East Queensland Fish P/L 1044 Beaudesert-Beenleigh Road Luscombe QLD 4207 T: 07 5546 4462; F: 07 5546 4862 E: sales@seqfish.com.au W: www.seqfish.com.au

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INDEPENDENT DISEASE FREE CERTIFICATION RISK-FREE TRANSPORT Barramundi available from 20mm in length fully weaned to commercial feed. Consistent supply through year round spawning. Domesticated stock demonstrating enhanced growth from advanced selective breeding program. Post sale support available.

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PO Box 2286, Werribee VIC 3030 AUSTRALIA Tel: +61 3 9734 1912 â&#x20AC;˘ Fax: +61 3 9734 1917 Email: sales@mainaqua.com.au www.mainstreamaquaculture.com

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Primo Aquaculture P/L INVE GSL Cysts PO Box 187 Deception Bay QLD 4508 Sales Freecall: 1800 024 850 F: 1300 308 001 E: primo@ridley.com.au W: www.primo.net.au Display advertiser


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BARRAMUNDI FINGERLINGS ✔ High Quality ✔ Range of Sizes ✔ Available Year Round ✔ Commercial Quantities ✔ Australia Wide ✔ Reliable Supply

Tel: 08 8235 0489 Fax: 08 8355 0492 Email: Andrei@robarra.com.au

PARADISE AQUAFARM FISH HATCHERY > Producers of healthy, robust Barramundi Fingerlings Modern,robust hygenic hatchery available facility all year >> Healthy fingerlings > Veterinary Health Certificate with all sales > 1 and 2 day old larvae in commercial quantities > Large order discounts > Modern hygienic hatchery facility > Shipping Australia wide > Spawning from quality hand selected broodstock > 45 minutes from Cairns International Airport > Shipping Australia wide > Larvae available in commercial quantities > Export orders welcome MEMBERS P: 07 4056 2100 > 40 minutes from Cairns international airport F: 07 4056 2892 E: pahatchery@petos.com.au

T: 07 4056 2100 UÊE: dave@pahatchery.com.au

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BARRAMUNDI Paradise Aquafarm Fish Hatchery PO Box 886 Gordonvale QLD 4865 T: 07 4056 2100; F: 07 4056 2892 E: dave@pahatchery.com.au Display advertiser Robarra 6 - 8 Morgan Street Wingfield SA 5013 T: 08 8347 0846; F: 08 8445 7470 E: andrei@robarra.com.au Larvae Paradise Aquafarm Fish Hatchery PO Box 886 Gordonvale QLD 4865 T: 07 4056 2100 F: 07 4056 2892 E: dave@pahatchery.com.au Display advertiser Post-larvae Darwin Aquaculture Centre Channel Island GPO Box 3000 Darwin NT 0801 T: 08 8924 4260; F: 08 8924 4277 M: 0401 115 816 E: damon.gore@nt.gov.au Fingerlings Darwin Aquaculture Centre Channel Island GPO Box 3000 Darwin NT 0801 T: 08 8924 4260; F: 08 8924 4277 M: 0401 115 816 E: damon.gore@nt.gov.au Mainstream Aquaculture PO Box 2286 Werribee VIC 3030 T: 03 9734 1912; F: 03 9734 1917 E: sales@mainaqua.com.au W: www.mainaqua.com.au Display advertiser Paradise Aquafarm Fish Hatchery PO Box 886 Gordonvale QLD 4865 T: 07 4056 2100; F: 07 4056 2892 E: dave@pahatchery.com.au Display advertiser WBA Hatcheries P/L 2 Hamra Avenue West Beach SA 5024 T: 08 8235 0489; F: 08 8355 0492 E: andrei@robarra.com.au Display advertiser


GOLDFISH Sunrise Fish Farm & Hatchery 1359 Pacific Highway Kundabung NSW 2441 Tel: 02 6561 5133 M: 0417 060 619 E: debbie.hambly@bigpond.com.au

BRINE SHRIMP (ARTEMIA) Primo Aquaculture P/L INVE GSL Cysts PO Box 187 Deception Bay QLD 4508 Sales Freecall: 1800 024 850 F: 1300 308 001 E: primo@ridley.com.au W: www.primo.net.au Display advertiser

JADE PERCH/BARCOO GRUNTER Larvae South East Queensland Fish P/L 1044 Beaudesert-Beenleigh Road Luscombe QLD 4207 T: 07 5546 4462; F: 07 5546 4862 E: sales@seqfish.com.au W: www.seqfish.com.au

Spectrum Aquaculture P/L Salt Creek GSL Cysts 19 - 21 Neon Street Narangba QLD 4504 Sales Enquiries: 1300 655 092 E: spectrum@ridley.com.au W: www.spectrumaquaculture.com.au W: www.feeds.com.au Display advertiser Cysts Ausaqua P/L PO Box 226 Wallaroo SA 5556 T: 08 8824 2252 F: 08 8824 2152 E: sales@algaboost.com W: www.algaboost.com Display advertiser CATFISH Fingerlings Murray Cod Hatcheries 3681 Sturt Highway Wagga Wagga NSW 2650 T: 02 6922 7360 F: 02 6922 7619 FRESHWATER CRAYFISH Triaqua 9 Casuarina Avenue Broken Hill NSW 2880 M: 0429 874 891 E: bcasey28@bigpond.com Display advertiser FRESHWATER FISH Aquaculture Services Australia P/L 30 Cecil Street Kew VIC 3101 T: 03 9817 3043 E: mosig@netspace.net.au Display advertiser

Fingerlings South East Queensland Fish P/L 1044 Beaudesert-Beenleigh Road Luscombe QLD 4207 T: 07 5546 4462 F: 07 5546 4862 E: sales@seqfish.com.au W: www.seqfish.com.au JAPANESE KOI Sunrise Fish Farm & Hatchery 1359 Pacific Highway Kundabung NSW 2441 Tel: 02 6561 5133 M: 0417 060 619 E: debbie.hambly@bigpond.com.au LIVE FEEDS Primo Aquaculture P/L SELCO Sparkle by INVE PO Box 187 Deception Bay QLD 4508 Sales Freecall: 1800 024 850 F: 1300 308 001 E: primo@ridley.com.au W: www.primo.net.au

Cawthron Institute Private Bag 2, Nelson 7042 New Zealand T: +64 03 548 2319 F: +63 03 546 9464 E: info@cawthron.org.nz W: www.cawthron.org.nz Contact: Mike Mandeno T: +64 3 539 3254 E: mike.mandeno@cawthron.org.nz

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Market Size Robarra 6 - 8 Morgan Street Wingfield SA 5013 T: 08 8347 0846 F: 08 8445 7470 E: andrei@robarra.com.au

CSIRO Microalgae Supply Service Australian National Algae Culture Collection Castray Esplanade Hobart TAS 7001 (GPO Box 1538 ) T: 03 6232 5316 F: 03 6232 5471 E: cathy.johnston@csiro.au W: www.csiro.au/ANACC Display advertiser ProAqua P/L PO Box 1045 Eagle Farm QLD 4009 T: 1300 304 634 F: 07 3319 6136 E: admin@proaqua.net.au W: www.proaqua.net.au Display advertiser

GSL Artemia Cysts Certified Hatching Rate No order too sma small!

ProAqua P/L PO Box 1045 Eagle Farm QLD 4009 T: 1300 304 634; F: 07 3319 6136 E: admin@proaqua.net.au W: www.proaqua.net.au Display advertiser Algae Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933 F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser

For orders and nd enquiries, free call 1300 655 092 or visit i it www.spectrumaquaculture.com.au

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LIVE FEEDS (cont) Rotifers Primo Aquaculture P/L SELCO Sparkle by INVE PO Box 187 Deception Bay QLD 4508 Sales Freecall: 1800 024 850 F: 1300 308 001 E: primo@ridley.com.au W: www.primo.net.au ProAqua P/L PO Box 1045 Eagle Farm QLD 4009 T: 1300 304 634; F: 07 3319 6136 E: admin@proaqua.net.au W: www.proaqua.net.au Display advertiser Others Aquabait P/L PO Box 5107 Dora Creek NSW 2264 T: 02 4973 5505; F: 02 4973 5515 E: sales@aquabait.com.au W: www.aquabait.com.au MARINE FISH Palmers Island Mulloway P/L PO Box 89 Yamba NSW 2464 M: 0421 500 611 E: andrew@pim.net.au W: www.pim.net.au Paradise Aquafarm Fish Hatchery PO Box 886 Gordonvale QLD 4865 T: 07 4056 2100; F: 07 4056 2892 E: dave@pahatchery.com.au Display advertiser

MARINE WORMS (POLYCHAETES) Aquabait P/L PO Box 5107 Dora Creek NSW 2264 T: 02 4973 5505 F: 02 4973 5515 E: sales@aquabait.com.au W: www.aquabait.com.au MULLOWAY Market Size Palmers Island Mulloway P/L PO Box 89 Yamba NSW 2464 M: 0421 500 611 E: andrew@pim.net.au W: www.pim.net.au MURRAY COD Murray Darling Fisheries 1795 Old Narrandera Road Wagga Wagga NSW 2650 T: 02 6922 9447 F: 02 6922 9448 M: 0419 600 926 E: mdfish@ozemail.com.au Display advertiser Thurla Farms RMB 150 Red Cliffs VIC 3496 T: 03 5024 1203 F: 03 5024 2285 E: travis@thurla.com.au Uarah Fisheries Old Wagga Road Grong Grong NSW 2652 T: 02 6956 2147; F: 02 6956 2245 M: 0428 696 927 E: ufisheries@gmail.com.au Display advertiser

UARAH FISHERIES SINCE 1978

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Broodstock Murray Darling Fisheries 1795 Old Narrandera Road Wagga Wagga NSW 2650 T: 02 6922 9447 F: 02 6922 9448 M: 0419 600 926 E: mdfish@ozemail.com.au Display advertiser Thurla Farms RMB 150 Red Cliffs VIC 3496 T: 03 5024 1203; F: 03 5024 2285 E: travis@thurla.com.au Fingerlings Gwydir Native Fish Hatchery (HQAS Accredited Hatchery) Copeton Dam Road via Inverell NSW 2360 T: 02 6722 2818 F: 02 6721 0749 M: 0428 254 240 E: prandall@bigpond.net.au Display advertiser Murray Cod Hatcheries 3681 Sturt Highway Wagga Wagga NSW 2650 T: 02 6922 7360 F: 02 6922 7619 Murray Darling Fisheries 1795 Old Narrandera Road Wagga Wagga NSW 2650 T: 02 6922 9447 F: 02 6922 9448 M: 0419 600 926 E: mdfish@ozemail.com.au Display advertiser Silverwater Native Fish â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Silverwaterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Old Wagga Road Grong Grong NSW 2652 T: 02 6956 2305 M: 0427 695 662 E: silverwarer@harboursat.com.au Thurla Farms RMB 150 Red Cliffs VIC 3496 T: 03 5024 1203 F: 03 5024 2285 E: travis@thurla.com.au Uarah Fisheries Old Wagga Road Grong Grong NSW 2652 T: 02 6956 2147 F: 02 6956 2245 M: 0428 696 927 E: ufisheries@gmail.com.au Display advertiser


Thurla Farms RMB 150 Red Cliffs VIC 3496 T: 03 5024 1203 F: 03 5024 2285 E: travis@thurla.com.au Uarah Fisheries Old Wagga Road Grong Grong NSW 2652 T: 02 6956 2147 F: 02 6956 2245 M: 0428 696 927 E: ufisheries@gmail.com.au Display advertiser MUSSELS Cawthron Institute Private Bag 2, Nelson 7042 New Zealand T: +64 03 548 2319 F: +63 03 546 9464 E: info@cawthron.org.nz W: www.cawthron.org.nz Contact: Mike Mandeno T: +64 3 539 3254 E: mike.mandeno@cawthron.org.nz OYSTERS (CRASSOSTREA GIGAS) Cawthron Institute Private Bag 2, Nelson 7042 New Zealand T: +64 03 548 2319 F: +63 03 546 9464 E: info@cawthron.org.nz W: www.cawthron.org.nz Contact: Mike Mandeno T: +64 3 539 3254 E: mike.mandeno@cawthron.org.nz Spat Cameron of Tasmania P/L Arthur Highway Dunalley TAS 7177 T: 03 6253 5111 F: 03 6253 5278 E: admin@cameronsoysters.com W: www.cameronsoysters.com

Cawthron Institute Private Bag 2, Nelson 7042 New Zealand T: +64 03 548 2319 F: +63 03 546 9464 E: info@cawthron.org.nz W: www.cawthron.org.nz Contact: Mike Mandeno T: +64 3 539 3254 E: mike.mandeno@cawthron.org.nz

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Market Size Murray Darling Fisheries 1795 Old Narrandera Road Wagga Wagga NSW 2650 T: 02 6922 9447 F: 02 6922 9448 M: 0419 600 926 E: mdfish@ozemail.com.au Display advertiser

Pre-adults Cameron of Tasmania P/L Arthur Highway Dunalley TAS 7177 T: 03 6253 5111 F: 03 6253 5278 E: admin@cameronsoysters.com W: www.cameronsoysters.com

Uarah Fisheries Old Wagga Road Grong Grong NSW 2652 T: 02 6956 2147 F: 02 6956 2245 M: 0428 696 927 E: ufisheries@gmail.com.au Display advertiser

Market Size Cameron of Tasmania P/L Arthur Highway Dunalley TAS 7177 T: 03 6253 5111 F: 03 6253 5278 E: admin@cameronsoysters.com W: www.cameronsoysters.com

Broodstock Murray Darling Fisheries 1795 Old Narrandera Road Wagga Wagga NSW 2650 T: 02 6922 9447 F: 02 6922 9448 M: 0419 600 926 E: mdfish@ozemail.com.au Display advertiser

PERCH – GOLDEN Murray Darling Fisheries 1795 Old Narrandera Road Wagga Wagga NSW 2650 T: 02 6922 9447 F: 02 6922 9448 M: 0419 600 926 E: mdfish@ozemail.com.au Display advertiser

Sunrise Fish Farm & Hatchery 1359 Pacific Highway Kundabung NSW 2441 Tel: 02 6561 5133 M: 0417 060 619 E: debbie.hambly@bigpond.com.au

Murray Darling Fisheries Reliable supplier of ™BjggVn8dY ™<daYZcEZgX] ™H^akZgEZgX] T: 02 6922 9447 ™ F: 02 6922 9448 E: mdfish@ozemail.com.au 1795 Old Narrandera Road Wagga Wagga NSW 2650

Call 0419 600 926 Experienced Exporter

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PERCH – GOLDEN (cont) Larvae Murray Darling Fisheries 1795 Old Narrandera Road Wagga Wagga NSW 2650 T: 02 6922 9447 F: 02 6922 9448 M: 0419 600 926 E: mdfish@ozemail.com.au Display advertiser Fingerlings Gwydir Native Fish Hatchery (HQAS Accredited Hatchery) Copeton Dam Road via Inverell NSW 2360 T: 02 6722 2818 F: 02 6721 0749 M: 0428 254 240 E: prandall@bigpond.net.au Display advertiser Murray Cod Hatcheries 3681 Sturt Highway Wagga Wagga NSW 2650 T: 02 6922 7360 F: 02 6922 7619 Murray Darling Fisheries 1795 Old Narrandera Road Wagga Wagga NSW 2650 T: 02 6922 9447 F: 02 6922 9448 M: 0419 600 926 E: mdfish@ozemail.com.au Display advertiser Silverwater Native Fish ‘Silverwater’ Old Wagga Road Grong Grong NSW 2652 T: 02 6956 2305 M: 0427 695 662 E: silverwarer@harboursat.com.au

Gwydir Native Fish Hatchery HQAS accredited commercial growers & breeders of Murray Cod, Golden and Silver Perch fingerlings

For more information call

South East Queensland Fish P/L 1044 Beaudesert-Beenleigh Road Luscombe QLD 4207 T: 07 5546 4462 F: 07 5546 4862 E: sales@seqfish.com.au W: www.seqfish.com.au Sunrise Fish Farm & Hatchery 1359 Pacific Highway Kundabung NSW 2441 Tel: 02 6561 5133 M: 0417 060 619 E: debbie.hambly@bigpond.com.au Uarah Fisheries Old Wagga Road Grong Grong NSW 2652 T: 02 6956 2147 F: 02 6956 2245 M: 0428 696 927 E: ufisheries@gmail.com.au Display advertiser Market Size Murray Darling Fisheries 1795 Old Narrandera Road Wagga Wagga NSW 2650 T: 02 6922 9447 F: 02 6922 9448 M: 0419 600 926 E: mdfish@ozemail.com.au Display advertiser Uarah Fisheries Old Wagga Road Grong Grong NSW 2652 T: 02 6956 2147; F: 02 6956 2245 M: 0428 696 927 E: ufisheries@gmail.com.au Display advertiser PERCH – SILVER Murray Darling Fisheries 1795 Old Narrandera Road Wagga Wagga NSW 2650 T: 02 6922 9447; F: 02 6922 9448 M: 0419 600 926 E: mdfish@ozemail.com.au Display advertiser Uarah Fisheries Old Wagga Road Grong Grong NSW 2652 T: 02 6956 2147 F: 02 6956 2245 M: 0428 696 927 E: ufisheries@gmail.com.au Display advertiser

02 6722 2818 or 0428 254 240 Email: prandall@bigpond.net.au

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Broodstock Murray Darling Fisheries 1795 Old Narrandera Road Wagga Wagga NSW 2650 T: 02 6922 9447; F: 02 6922 9448 M: 0419 600 926 E: mdfish@ozemail.com.au Display advertiser Sunrise Fish Farm & Hatchery 1359 Pacific Highway Kundabung NSW 2441 Tel: 02 6561 5133 M: 0417 060 619 E: debbie.hambly@bigpond.com.au Larvae Murray Darling Fisheries 1795 Old Narrandera Road Wagga Wagga NSW 2650 T: 02 6922 9447; F: 02 6922 9448 M: 0419 600 926 E: mdfish@ozemail.com.au Display advertiser Fingerlings Gwydir Native Fish Hatchery (HQAS Accredited Hatchery) Copeton Dam Road via Inverell NSW 2360 T: 02 6722 2818; F: 02 6721 0749 M: 0428 254 240 E: prandall@bigpond.net.au Display advertiser Murray Cod Hatcheries 3681 Sturt Highway Wagga Wagga NSW 2650 T: 02 6922 7360; F: 02 6922 7619 Murray Darling Fisheries 1795 Old Narrandera Road Wagga Wagga NSW 2650 T: 02 6922 9447 F: 02 6922 9448 M: 0419 600 926 E: mdfish@ozemail.com.au Display advertiser Silverwater Native Fish ‘Silverwater’ Old Wagga Road Grong Grong NSW 2652 T: 02 6956 2305 M: 0427 695 662 E: silverwarer@harboursat.com.au South East Queensland Fish P/L 1044 Beaudesert-Beenleigh Road Luscombe QLD 4207 T: 07 5546 4462; F: 07 5546 4862 E: sales@seqfish.com.au W: www.seqfish.com.au


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Sunrise Fish Farm & Hatchery 1359 Pacific Highway Kundabung NSW 2441 Tel: 02 6561 5133 M: 0417 060 619 E: debbie.hambly@bigpond.com.au Uarah Fisheries Old Wagga Road Grong Grong NSW 2652 T: 02 6956 2147 F: 02 6956 2245 M: 0428 696 927 E: ufisheries@gmail.com.au Display advertiser Market Size Thurla Farms RMB 150 Red Cliffs VIC 3496 T: 03 5024 1203; F: 03 5024 2285 E: travis@thurla.com.au SHELLFISH Cameron of Tasmania P/L Arthur Highway Dunalley TAS 7177 T: 03 6253 5111 F: 03 6253 5278 E: admin@cameronsoysters.com W: www.cameronsoysters.com Cawthron Institute Private Bag 2, Nelson 7042 New Zealand T: +64 03 548 2319 F: +63 03 546 9464 E: info@cawthron.org.nz W: www.cawthron.org.nz Contact: Mike Mandeno T: +64 3 539 3254 E: mike.mandeno@cawthron.org.nz TROUT – BROWN Fry Captured Holdings / Buxton Trout Farm 2118 Maroondah Highway Buxton VIC 3711 T: 03 5774 7370; F: 03 5774 7348 E: buxtontrout@bigpond.com TROUT – RAINBOW Captured Holdings / Buxton Trout Farm 2118 Maroondah Highway Buxton VIC 3711 T: 03 5774 7370 F: 03 5774 7348 E: buxtontrout@bigpond.com

Fry Captured Holdings / Buxton Trout Farm 2118 Maroondah Highway Buxton VIC 3711 T: 03 5774 7370; F: 03 5774 7348 E: buxtontrout@bigpond.com

Broodstock Triaqua 9 Casuarina Avenue Broken Hill NSW 2880 M: 0429 874 891 E: bcasey28@bigpond.com Display advertiser

Market Size Captured Holdings / Buxton Trout Farm 2118 Maroondah Highway Buxton VIC 3711 T: 03 5774 7370; F: 03 5774 7348 E: buxtontrout@bigpond.com

Juveniles Murray Cod Hatcheries 3681 Sturt Highway Wagga Wagga NSW 2650 T: 02 6922 7360; F: 02 6922 7619

Eggs Captured Holdings / Buxton Trout Farm 2118 Maroondah Highway Buxton VIC 3711 T: 03 5774 7370 F: 03 5774 7348 E: buxtontrout@bigpond.com Springfield Hatcheries P/L PO Box 390 Scottsdale TAS 7260 T: 03 6352 7339 F: 03 6352 7211 E: mail@springfish.com.au W: www.springfish.com.au YABBIES Triaqua 9 Casuarina Avenue Broken Hill NSW 2880 M: 0429 874 891 E: bcasey28@bigpond.com Display advertiser

Triaqua 9 Casuarina Avenue Broken Hill NSW 2880 M: 0429 874 891 E: bcasey28@bigpond.com Display advertiser Market Size Triaqua 9 Casuarina Avenue Broken Hill NSW 2880 M: 0429 874 891 E: bcasey28@bigpond.com Display advertiser

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Spectrum Aquaculture P/L Air & Oxygen delivery 19 - 21 Neon Street Narangba QLD 4504 Sales Enquiries: 1300 655 092 E: spectrum@ridley.com.au W: www.spectrumaquaculture.com.au W: www.feeds.com.au

Paddlewheel Fresh By Design Group Sales, Design, Fabrication, Installation & Support W: www.freshbydesign.com.au Head Office: 3 Old Oak Place (PO Box 1020) Moss Vale NSW 2577 T: 02 4868 1762 F: 02 4868 2 206 Contact Ben: 0419 288 712 E: ben@freshbydesign.com.au Factory: 320 High St Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 0988 Contact Lindsay: 0419 288 712 E: lindsay@freshbydesign.com.au Contact Ryan: 0417 185 555 E: ryan@freshbydesign.com.au Display advertiser

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Esam Australia P/L 5 Sheppard St Thornbury VIC 3071 T: 03 9484 5719 F: 03 9484 4052 E: esam@esamaust.com.au W: www.sidechannelblowers.com.au Display advertiser

ProAqua P/L PO Box 1045 Eagle Farm QLD 4009 T: 1300 304 634 F: 07 3319 6136 E: admin@proaqua.net.au W: www.proaqua.net.au Display advertiser

Fresh By Design Group Sales, Design, Fabrication, Installation & Support W: www.freshbydesign.com.au Head Office: 3 Old Oak Place (PO Box 1020) Moss Vale NSW 2577 T: 02 4868 1762 F: 02 4868 2 206 Contact Ben: 0419 288 712 E: ben@freshbydesign.com.au Factory: 320 High St Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 0988 Contact Lindsay: 0419 288 712 E: lindsay@freshbydesign.com.au Contact Ryan: 0417 185 555 E: ryan@freshbydesign.com.au Display advertiser PDA Blower Company 34 Nicole Way Dandenong South VIC 3175 T: 03 9794 0855; F: 03 9794 0722 E: mail@pdablower.com.au W: www.pdablower.com.au NSW Office: T: 02 9594 0884: F: 02 9594 0885 E: rmason@pdablower.com.au Pentair Aquatic Eco-Systems, Inc 2395 Apopka Blvd. Suite 100 Apopka, Florida 32703 USA T: + 1 407 886 3939 F: +407 886 0800 E: InternationalSales@aquaticeco.com W: www.aquaticeco.com Display advertiser

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AERATORS AND AERATION EQUIPMENT (cont) Paddlewheel Primo Aquaculture P/L Chenta Paddlewheels PO Box 187 Deception Bay QLD 4508 Sales Freecall: 1800 024 850 F: 1300 308 001 E: primo@ridley.com.au W: www.primo.net.au Display advertiser

PRODUCTS AND SUPPLIES

ALGAE CULTURE MEDIA Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933 F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser Ausaqua P/L (Manufacturer of Algaboost) PO Box 226 Wallaroo SA 5556 T: 08 8824 2252 F: 08 8824 2152 E: sales@algaboost.com W: www.algaboost.com Display advertiser

ALGAE CONTROL Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933; F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser

AMMONIA CONTROL CULTURES Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933; F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser

Phoslock Pty Ltd Producer /Distributor of Phoslock TM Suite 302, 110 Pacific Highway St Leonards NSW 2065 T: 07 5465 4888; 02 9439 7715 F: 02 9460 8973 E: awinks@phoslock.com.au W: www.phoslock.com.au Display advertiser

ANAESTHETICS Primo Aquaculture P/L AQUI-S - Aquatic Anaesthetic PO Box 187 Deception Bay QLD 4508 Sales Freecall: 1800 024 850 F: 1300 308 001 E: primo@ridley.com.au W: www.primo.net.au Display advertiser

ALGICIDES Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933; F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser

ANODE SUPPLIES Tasmanian Marine Distributors 28 Merton Vale Circuit Kingston TAS 7050 (PO Box 332 Kingston TAS 7051) T: 03 6229 6741; F: 03 6229 1002 E: sales@tmdmarine.com.au W: www.tmdmarine.com.au

Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t delay! Contact us now for competitive prices on Futi Aerators and the latest gear box design.

APVMA REGISTERED ANAESTHETICS ADSI (Aquatic Diagnostic Services Int. P/L) 6 Commodore Court Banora Point NSW 2486 M: 0409 727 853 F: 07 5513 1113 E: info@adsi.com.au W: www.adsi.com.au (Australian distributor for Syndel Ltd Canada Display advertiser

Motor Arcuate bevel-gear Bearing cap Mechanical seal Stainless steel shaft Gear box

Paddle wheel features Arcuate bevel-gear box Gears manufactured from chromiummanganese-titanium alloy Higher efficiency, longer life span Up to 20% power saving Call Proaqua on 1300 304 634 Email: admin@proaqua.net.au or visit: www.proaqua.net.au

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ANCHORS Aqualine Australasia 13 - 17 Castray Esplanade Battery Point TAS 7004 Postal: 2/26 Ocean Esplanade Blackmans Bay TAS 7052 T: 0417 191 234 AH: 03 6229 9579 E: barry.mcclure@bigpond.com W: www.aqualine.no Display advertiser Jeyco (1992) P/L Mooring & Rigging Equipment PO Box 1590 Bibra Lake WA 6965 T: 08 9418 7500 F: 08 9418 7511 E: info@jeyco.com.au W: www.jeyco.com.au


Seafarm Systems (A Division of Plastic Fabrications P/L) 8 Negara Crescent Goodwood TAS 7010 T: + 61 03 6274 0222 F: + 61 03 6274 0234 E: sales@seafarm-systems.com W: www.seafarm-systems.com Display advertiser

Safe, natural and non-toxic Phosphate Binder PO4 Phoslock®

Tasmanian Marine Distributors 28 Merton Vale Circuit Kingston TAS 7050 (PO Box 332 Kingston TAS 7051) T: 03 6229 6741; F: 03 6229 1002 E: sales@tmdmarine.com.au W: www.tmdmarine.com.au

ARTIFICAL REEF SYSTEM Aquabuild Australia 16 Monica Street Tootgarook VIC 3941 T: 0419 894 172 E: bbc.aquabuild@gmail.com W: www.aquabuildaustralia.com.au

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Phoslock® moving through water column

After Phoslock® application Phoslock® has bound the phosphate locking it within its structure

• Ideal for low water exchange ponds and effluent recycling.

An Australian invention

PRODUCTS AND SUPPLIES

AQUARIUMS Optimax Aquatech PO Box 164 Robe SA 5276 M: 0427 093 632 E: mjdavis1@bigpond.com.au

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• Removes excess phosphate to reduce nuisance and toxic blue green algae. • Corrects N:P ratio for good algae species diversity and management. • Less muddy taste and off flavours due to reduced Geosmin levels. • Simple to use, no special application equipment required. • Binds excess phosphate permanently.

Contact us for your local distributor Australian Office: Phoslock Water Solutions, Australia Tel +61 7 5465 4888 Fax +61 2 9460 8973 Email: awinks@phoslock.com.au www.phoslock.com.au

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Now available from Ridley Aqua Feed T/A Primo Aquaculture Freecall | 1800 024 850 Website | www.primo.net.au

Fax | 1300 308 001 Email | primo@ridley.com.au

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ARTIFICIAL SEAWATER Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933 F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser

BACTERIA PRODUCT Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933 F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser

Fresh By Design Group Sales, Design, Fabrication, Installation & Support W: www.freshbydesign.com.au Head Office: 3 Old Oak Place (PO Box 1020) Moss Vale NSW 2577 T: 02 4868 1762 ; F: 02 4868 2 206 Contact Ben: 0419 288 712 E: ben@freshbydesign.com.au Factory: 320 High St Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 0988 Contact Lindsay: 0419 288 712 E: lindsay@freshbydesign.com.au Contact Ryan: 0417 185 555 E: ryan@freshbydesign.com.au Display advertiser

Clearwater Lakes and Ponds P/L Contact: Scott Tucker 4 / 179 Bamfield Road Heidelberg West VIC 3081 T: 1300 283 387 E: info@cwlp.com.au W: www.cwlp.com.au

AUTOMATIC MONITORING SYSTEMS Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933; F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser Fresh By Design Group Sales, Design, Fabrication, Installation & Support W: www.freshbydesign.com.au Head Office: 3 Old Oak Place (PO Box 1020) Moss Vale NSW 2577 T: 02 4868 1762 ; F: 02 4868 2 206 Contact Ben: 0419 288 712 E: ben@freshbydesign.com.au Factory: 320 High St Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 0988 Contact Lindsay: 0419 288 712 E: lindsay@freshbydesign.com.au Contact Ryan: 0417 185 555 E: ryan@freshbydesign.com.au Display advertiser Imbros P/L 1059 Cambridge Road Cambridge TAS 7170 T: 03 6216 1500; F: 03 6216 1555 E: imbros@imbros.com.au W: www.imbros.com.au Display advertiser

Fresh By Design Group Sales, Design, Fabrication, Installation & Support W: www.freshbydesign.com.au Head Office: 3 Old Oak Place (PO Box 1020) Moss Vale NSW 2577 T: 02 4868 1762 F: 02 4868 2 206 Contact Ben: 0419 288 712 E: ben@freshbydesign.com.au Factory: 320 High St Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 0988 Contact Lindsay: 0419 288 712 E: lindsay@freshbydesign.com.au Contact Ryan: 0417 185 555 E: ryan@freshbydesign.com.au Display advertiser BAGS â&#x20AC;&#x201C; PLASTIC Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933; F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser Dolphin Plastics and Packaging 4 Machinery Avenue Warana QLD 4575 T: 07 5493 4133; F: 07 5493 4122 E: sales@dolphinplastics.com W: www.dolphinplastics.com BAIT Aquabait P/L PO Box 5107 Dora Creek NSW 2264 T: 02 4973 5505 F: 02 4973 5515 E: sales@aquabait.com.au W: www.aquabait.com.au

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Triaqua 9 Casuarina Avenue Broken Hill NSW 2880 M: 0429 874 891 E: bcasey28@bigpond.com Display advertiser BASKETS Allied Filter Fabrics PO Box 77 Hornsby NSW 1630 T: 02 9476 4400 F: 02 9476 3599 E: ian@filterfabrics.com.au W: www.filterfabrics.com.au Display advertiser Shellfish SEAPA Pty Ltd 26-28 Erudina Avenue Edwardstown SA 5039 T: + 61 8 8357 6611 F: + 61 8 8357 4722 E: seapa@seapa.com.au W: www.seapa.com.au TTP Plastics by Design PO Box 209 Carole Park QLD 4300 T: 07 3271 1755 F: 07 3271 3298 E: info@ttpplastics.com.au W:www.ttpplastics.com.au Display advertiser BINS Fibreglass,Ajay / Duraplas Tanks Robb Street Russelton Industrial Estate Alstonville NSW 2477 Freecall: 1300 Duraplas (387 275) T: 02 6628 0002 F: 02 6628 3804 E: info@duraplas.com.au W: www.duraplas.com.au W: www.ajayfibreglass.com.au Display advertiser Plastic Orion Australia 2 East Goderich Street Deloraine TAS 7304 Freeecall: 1800 752 784 Freefax: 1800 066 685 E: sales@orionaustralia.com.au W: www.orionaustralia.com.au


BIOFILTERS Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933 F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser Baseline Unit 6, 8 Shannon Place Virginia QLD 4014 T: 07 3356 6111 F: 07 3356 6833 E: aquacult@baseline.com.au W: www.baseline.com.au Display advertiser Expo Net Australia P/L Suppliers of Bio-Blok速 Biological Filtration MediaT: 0400 994 526 F: 03 9894 5915 E: gp@expo-net.com.au W: www.expo-net.com.au

Fresh By Design Group Sales, Design, Fabrication, Installation & Support W: www.freshbydesign.com.au Head Office: 3 Old Oak Place (PO Box 1020) Moss Vale NSW 2577 T: 02 4868 1762; F: 02 4868 2 206 Contact Ben: 0419 288 712 E: ben@freshbydesign.com.au Factory: 320 High St Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 0988 Contact Lindsay: 0419 288 712 E: lindsay@freshbydesign.com.au Contact Ryan: 0417 185 555 E: ryan@freshbydesign.com.au Display advertiser Scanz Technologies Ltd PO Box 26 - 148 Auckland 1344 New Zealand T: +64 9 520 2544; F: + 64 9 520 4023 Aust Toll free: 1800 129 876 E: info@scanztech.com W: www.scanztech.com Display advertiser BIOLOGICAL FILTER MEDIA Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933; F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser Clearwater Lakes and Ponds P/L Contact: Scott Tucker 4 / 179 Bamfield Road Heidelberg West VIC 3081 T: 1300 283 387 E: info@cwlp.com.au W: www.cwlp.com.au Expo Net Australia P/L Suppliers of Bio-Blok速 Biological Filtration Media T: 0400 994 526; F: 03 9894 5915 E: gp@expo-net.com.au W: www.expo-net.com.au

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Fresh By Design Group Sales, Design, Fabrication, Installation & Support W: www.freshbydesign.com.au Head Office: 3 Old Oak Place (PO Box 1020) Moss Vale NSW 2577 T: 02 4868 1762 F: 02 4868 2 206 Contact Ben: 0419 288 712 E: ben@freshbydesign.com.au Factory: 320 High St Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 0988 Contact Lindsay: 0419 288 712 E: lindsay@freshbydesign.com.au Contact Ryan: 0417 185 555 E: ryan@freshbydesign.com.au Display advertiser

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Polyethylene Fresh By Design Group Sales, Design, Fabrication, Installation & Support W: www.freshbydesign.com.au Head Office: 3 Old Oak Place (PO Box 1020) Moss Vale NSW 2577 T: 02 4868 1762 F: 02 4868 2 206 Contact Ben: 0419 288 712 E: ben@freshbydesign.com.au Factory: 320 High St Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 0988 Contact Lindsay: 0419 288 712 E: lindsay@freshbydesign.com.au Contact Ryan: 0417 185 555 E: ryan@freshbydesign.com.au Display advertiser

Kenthurst Fish & Filters 6 Tobias Place Kings Langley NSW 2147 T: 0411 596 908 E: jim@kayhaysgardens.com.au W: www.kentfish.com.au Quinntech Plastics (T/As Quinn Plastics) PO Box 90 Kilburn North SA 5084 T: 08 8262 6460 F: 08 8262 6461 E: quinnplastics@senet.com.au W: www.quinnplastics.com.au Display advertiser BIOLOGICAL TRICKLE FILTERS Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933 F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser

QUINNTECH PTY LTD Trading as Quinn Plastics Ph: 08 8262 6460 Fax: 08 8262 6461 Email: quinnplastics@senet.com.au

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BIOMASS MEASUREMENT Fresh By Design Group Sales, Design, Fabrication, Installation & Support W: www.freshbydesign.com.au Head Office: 3 Old Oak Place (PO Box 1020) Moss Vale NSW 2577 T: 02 4868 1762 ; F: 02 4868 2 206 Contact Ben: 0419 288 712 E: ben@freshbydesign.com.au Factory: 320 High St Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 0988 Contact Lindsay: 0419 288 712 E: lindsay@freshbydesign.com.au Contact Ryan: 0417 185 555 E: ryan@freshbydesign.com.au Display advertiser

BIRD NETTING Haverford Pty Ltd 93 Carrington Street Revesby NSW 2212 T: 02 9771 5288; F: 02 9772 2688 E: info@haverford.com.au W: www.haverford.com.au

Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933; F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser

Quin Sports & Nets 10 Kyle Place (PO Box 116) Port Adelaide SA 5015 T: 08 8447 3577; F: 08 8447 4588 E: sales@quinsports.com.au W: www.quinsports.com.au

Esam Australia P/L 5 Sheppard St Thornbury VIC 3071 T: 03 9484 5719; F: 03 9484 4052 E: esam@esamaust.com.au W: www.sidechannelblowers.com.au Display advertiser

BIRD SCARING EQUIPMENT Oblomov Trading Co. PO Box 207 Rozelle NSW 2039 T: 02 9660 6845; F: 02 9518 8372 E: sales@otcobirdnet.com.au W: www.otcobirdnet.com.au Display advertiser

Fresh By Design Group Sales, Design, Fabrication, Installation & Support W: www.freshbydesign.com.au Head Office: 3 Old Oak Place (PO Box 1020) Moss Vale NSW 2577 T: 02 4868 1762 ; F: 02 4868 2 206 Contact Ben: 0419 288 712 E: ben@freshbydesign.com.au Factory: 320 High St Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 0988 Contact Lindsay: 0419 288 712 E: lindsay@freshbydesign.com.au Contact Ryan: 0417 185 555 E: ryan@freshbydesign.com.au Display advertiser

Quin Sports & Nets 10 Kyle Place (PO Box 116) Port Adelaide SA 5015 T: 08 8447 3577; F: 08 8447 4588 E: sales@quinsports.com.au W: www.quinsports.com.au BLOWERS Aireng P/L 10 Turbo Drive Bayswater VIC 3153 T: 03 9738 1999; F: 03 9738 1766 E: sales@aireng.com.au W: www.aireng.com.au Display advertiser

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Scanz Technologies Ltd PO Box 26 - 148 Auckland 1344 New Zealand T: +64 9 520 2544; F: + 64 9 520 4023 Aust Toll free: 1800 129 876 E: info@scanztech.com W: www.scanztech.com Display advertiser

Oblomov Trading Co. PO Box 207 Rozelle NSW 2039 T: 02 9660 6845; F: 02 9518 8372 E: sales@otcobirdnet.com.au W: www.otcobirdnet.com.au Display advertiser

• CO COMPACT • LOW NOISE • NO OILY ODOURS • HIGH EFFICIENCY • HIGH AIR PRESSURE • SUCTION / DISCHARGE PHONE 03 9738 1999 BORONIA VICTORIA

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WEB www.aireng.com.au EMAIL fans@aireng.com.au

PDA Blower Company 34 Nicole Way Dandenong South VIC 3175 T: 03 9794 0855; F: 03 9794 0722 E: mail@pdablower.com.au W: www.pdablower.com.au NSW Office: T: 02 9594 0884: F: 02 9594 0885 E: rmason@pdablower.com.au BOATS AND OUTBOARDS Quin Marine 77 St Vincent Street (PO Box 384) Port Adelaide SA 5015 T: 08 8440 2800; F: 08 8341 0567 E:fishing@quinmarine.com.au W: www.quinmarine.com.au Seafarm Systems (A Division of Plastic Fabrications P/L) 8 Negara Crescent Goodwood TAS 7010 T: + 61 03 6274 0222 F: + 61 03 6274 0234 E: sales@seafarm-systems.com W: www.seafarm-systems.com Display advertiser


BUG ZAPPERS Ultra Violet Products (Aust) P/L 15 Marlow Road Keswick SA 5035 T: 1800 081 880 F: 08 8351 2811 E: uvproducts@CHARIOT.net.au W: www.uvp.com.au Display advertiser BUILDING INSULATION Solarwise Freecall: 1800 805 287 M: 0407 716 940 (Sean Finemore) M: 0407 716 937 (Steven Fitch) E: alison@qis.com.au W: www.solarwise.com.au

CAGE FABRIC Quin Sports & Nets 10 Kyle Place (PO Box 116) Port Adelaide SA 5015 T: 08 8447 3577 F: 08 8447 4588 E: sales@quinsports.com.au W: www.quinsports.com.au

Seafarm Systems (A Division of Plastic Fabrications P/L) 8 Negara Crescent Goodwood TAS 7010 T: + 61 03 6274 0222 F: + 61 03 6274 0234 E: sales@seafarm-systems.com W: www.seafarm-systems.com Display advertiser Tasmanian Marine Distributors 28 Merton Vale Circuit Kingston TAS 7050 (PO Box 332 Kingston TAS 7051) T: 03 6229 6741; F: 03 6229 1002 E: sales@tmdmarine.com.au W: www.tmdmarine.com.au

PRODUCTS AND SUPPLIES

BULK BAG EQUIPMENT Orion Australia 2 East Goderich Street Deloraine TAS 7304 Freeecall: 1800 752 784 Freefax: 1800 066 685 E: sales@orionaustralia.com.au W: www.orionaustralia.com.au

BUOYS Jeyco (1992) P/L Mooring & Rigging Equipment PO Box 1590 Bibra Lake WA 6965 T: 08 9418 7500 F: 08 9418 7511 E: info@jeyco.com.au W: www.jeyco.com.au

Birds taking your fish? Bird netting is our specialty. Strong UV resistant net at a reasonable price. All your netting needs catered for. Oblomov Trading Co. 0H s&AX  email: sales@otcobirdnet.com.au m.au www.otcobirdnet.com.au om.au

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CAGE FABRIC (cont) Plastic Fresh By Design Group Sales, Design, Fabrication, Installation & Support W: www.freshbydesign.com.au Head Office: 3 Old Oak Place (PO Box 1020) Moss Vale NSW 2577 T: 02 4868 1762 ; F: 02 4868 2 206 Contact Ben: 0419 288 712 E: ben@freshbydesign.com.au Factory: 320 High St Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 0988 Contact Lindsay: 0419 288 712 E: lindsay@freshbydesign.com.au Contact Ryan: 0417 185 555 E: ryan@freshbydesign.com.au Display advertiser CAGES Aqualine Australasia 13 - 17 Castray Esplanade Battery Point TAS 7004 Postal: 2/26 Ocean Esplanade Blackmans Bay TAS 7052 T: 0417 191 234 AH: 03 6229 9579 E: barry.mcclure@bigpond.com W: www.aqualine.no Display advertiser Cageways Australia RMB 150 Red Cliffs VIC 3496 T: 03 5024 1203 F: 03 5024 2285 E: travis@thurla.com.au ProAqua P/L PO Box 1045 Eagle Farm QLD 4009 T: 1300 304 634 F: 07 3319 6136 E: admin@proaqua.net.au W: www.proaqua.net.au Display advertiser Fish Aquaculture Services Australia P/L 30 Cecil Street Kew VIC 3101 T: 03 9817 3043 E: mosig@netspace.net.au Display advertiser Cageways Australia RMB 150 Red Cliffs VIC 3496 T: 03 5024 1203 F: 03 5024 2285 E: travis@thurla.com.au

ProAqua P/L PO Box 1045 Eagle Farm QLD 4009 T: 1300 304 634; F: 07 3319 6136 E: admin@proaqua.net.au W: www.proaqua.net.au Display advertiser Shellfish SEAPA Pty Ltd 26-28 Erudina Avenue Edwardstown SA 5039 T: + 61 8 8357 6611 F: + 61 8 8357 4722 E: seapa@seapa.com.au W: www.seapa.com.au TTP Plastics by Design PO Box 209 Carole Park QLD 4300 T: 07 3271 1755; F: 07 3271 3298 E: info@ttpplastics.com.au W:www.ttpplastics.com.au Display advertiser ZAPCO Aquaculture PO Box Z2563 St Georges Terrace Perth WA 6831 Contacts: Peter Boyle: +86 596829 0631 E: peter@zapcolimited.com Stirling Cullenward: +61 2 6494 3347; M: +61 42 7609 822 E: stirling@zapcolimited.com W: www.zapcoaquaculture.com Display advertiser

CHEMICAL-FREE OYSTER POSTS Woodshield Pty Ltd Lot 12, 1 Quarry Road Tottenham VIC 3012 (PO Box 256 Carole Park QLD 4300) T: 1300 622 906 ; F: 07 32715575 E: info@woodshield.com.au W: www.woodshield.com.au CHEMICALS Fresh By Design Group Sales, Design, Fabrication, Installation & Support W: www.freshbydesign.com.au Head Office: 3 Old Oak Place (PO Box 1020) Moss Vale NSW 2577 T: 02 4868 1762 ; F: 02 4868 2 206 Contact Ben: 0419 288 712 E: ben@freshbydesign.com.au Factory: 320 High St Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 0988 Contact Lindsay: 0419 288 712 E: lindsay@freshbydesign.com.au Contact Ryan: 0417 185 555 E: ryan@freshbydesign.com.au Display advertiser Imbros P/L 1059 Cambridge Road Cambridge TAS 7170 T: 03 6216 1500; F: 03 6216 1555 E: imbros@imbros.com.au W: www.imbros.com.au Display advertiser

CHAIN Jeyco (1992) P/L Mooring & Rigging Equipment PO Box 1590 Bibra Lake WA 6965 T: 08 9418 7500; F: 08 9418 7511 E: info@jeyco.com.au W: www.jeyco.com.au

CLEANING AND SANITISING PRODUCTS Australian Pump Industries High Pressure Division 7 Gladstone Rd Castle Hill NSW 2154 T: 02 8865 3500; F: 02 9894 4240 E: afiatarone@aussiepumps.com.au W: www.aussiepumps.com.au

Tasmanian Marine Distributors 28 Merton Vale Circuit Kingston TAS 7050 (PO Box 332 Kingston TAS 7051) T: 03 6229 6741; F: 03 6229 1002 E: sales@tmdmarine.com.au W: www.tmdmarine.com.au

Tasmanian Marine Distributors 28 Merton Vale Circuit Kingston TAS 7050 (PO Box 332 Kingston TAS 7051) T: 03 6229 6741; F: 03 6229 1002 E: sales@tmdmarine.com.au W: www.tmdmarine.com.au

CHECK WEIGHT LABELLING EQUIPMENT Multivac Australia P/L 2 McGregors Drive Keilor Park VIC 3042 (PO Box 123 Keilor East VIC 3033) T: 03 8331 2800; F: 03 8331 2810 E: info@multivac.com.au W: www.multivac.com

COUNTERS Imbros P/L 1059 Cambridge Road Cambridge TAS 7170 T: 03 6216 1500; F: 03 6216 1555 E: imbros@imbros.com.au W: www.imbros.com.au Display advertiser

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Scanz Technologies Ltd PO Box 26 - 148 Auckland 1344 New Zealand T: +64 9 520 2544 F: + 64 9 520 4023 Aust Toll free: 1800 129 876 E: info@scanztech.com W: www.scanztech.com Display advertiser

CRYOPRESERVATION SYSTEMS

CURRENT METERS Imbros P/L 1059 Cambridge Road Cambridge TAS 7170 T: 03 6216 1500; F: 03 6216 1555 E: imbros@imbros.com.au W: www.imbros.com.au Display advertiser

Imbros P/L 1059 Cambridge Road Cambridge TAS 7170 T: 03 6216 1500; F: 03 6216 1555 E: imbros@imbros.com.au W: www.imbros.com.au Display advertiser

BOC Limited 10 Julius Avenue North Ryde NSW 2113 T: 131 262; F: 132 427 E: contact@boc.com W: www.boc.com.au Display advertiser

ProAqua P/L PO Box 1045 Eagle Farm QLD 4009 T: 1300 304 634; F: 07 3319 6136 E: admin@proaqua.net.au W: www.proaqua.net.au Display advertiser

Fresh By Design Group Sales, Design, Fabrication, Installation & Support W: www.freshbydesign.com.au Head Office: 3 Old Oak Place (PO Box 1020) Moss Vale NSW 2577 T: 02 4868 1762 ; F: 02 4868 2 206 Contact Ben: 0419 288 712 E: ben@freshbydesign.com.au Factory: 320 High St Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 0988 Contact Lindsay: 0419 288 712 E: lindsay@freshbydesign.com.au Contact Ryan: 0417 185 555 E: ryan@freshbydesign.com.au Display advertiser

PRODUCTS AND SUPPLIES

DIAGNOSTIC KITS CUSTOM-DESIGNED SEAFOOD PROCESSING EQUIPMENT GP Graders (Victoria) 8 - 12 Gilby R oad Mount Waverley VIC 3149 T: 03 9585 9444 F: 03 9543 8997 E: steve@gpgraders.com.au W: www.gpgraders.com

EGG SORTERS Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933; F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser

Global leader in certified advanced cage systems - now with a subsidiary office based in Hobart, Tasmania For more than three decades, we have cooperated with fish farmers globally in some of the world’s wildest waters. Aqualine have constructed and supplied in excess of 6000 fish farming cages and cage systems, and is also a certified supplier of mooring analysis, mooring systems and fish farming nets. Aqualine focuses on providing the farmer the ’total cage solution’, expertly customised to be fit for purpose and addressing the clients’ specific operational requirements.

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EGG SORTERS (cont) Scanz Technologies Ltd PO Box 26 - 148 Auckland 1344 New Zealand T: +64 9 520 2544; F: + 64 9 520 4023 Aust Toll free: 1800 129 876 E: info@scanztech.com W: www.scanztech.com Display advertiser

PRODUCTS AND SUPPLIES

ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING EQUIPMENT Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933 F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser Imbros P/L 1059 Cambridge Road Cambridge TAS 7170 T: 03 6216 1500; F: 03 6216 1555 E: imbros@imbros.com.au W: www.imbros.com.au Display advertiser Merck Millipore 207 Colchester Road Kilsyth VIC 3137 Contact: Shane Jordan-Hill T: 1800 335 571; F: 1300 360 418 E: mm.aus@merckgroup.com W: www.merckmillipore.com FEED BINS Orion Australia 2 East Goderich Street Deloraine TAS 7304 Freeecall: 1800 752 784 Freefax: 1800 066 685 E: sales@orionaustralia.com.au W: www.orionaustralia.com.au FEEDERS Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933; F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser Cageways Australia RMB 150 Red Cliffs VIC 3496 T: 03 5024 1203; F: 03 5024 2285 E: travis@thurla.com.au

Fresh By Design Group Sales, Design, Fabrication, Installation & Support W: www.freshbydesign.com.au Head Office: 3 Old Oak Place (PO Box 1020) Moss Vale NSW 2577 T: 02 4868 1762 F: 02 4868 2 206 Contact Ben: 0419 288 712 E: ben@freshbydesign.com.au Factory: 320 High St Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 0988 Contact Lindsay: 0419 288 712 E: lindsay@freshbydesign.com.au Contact Ryan: 0417 185 555 E: ryan@freshbydesign.com.au Display advertiser Fish Cageways Australia RMB 150 Red Cliffs VIC 3496 T: 03 5024 1203; F: 03 5024 2285 E: travis@thurla.com.au FEEDS Aqua Agri Enterprises P/L 36 Pyke Street Teesdale VIC 3328 T: 03 5281 5722 M: 0408 109 946 E: admin@aquaagrienterprises.com.au W: www.aquaagrienterprises.com.au Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933 F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser BIG Nutrition (Bray Investment Group P/L) Unit 1, 30 Millenium Place Tingalpa QLD 4173 T: 07 3396 5730 F: 07 3348 7932 Sales Freecall: 1800 005 434 E: sales@bignutrition.com.au W: www.bignutrition.com.au E N Hutchinson Ltd PO Box 25146 St Helens Auckland NEW ZEALAND 1740 T: +64 9 527 0601 F: +64 9 527 0602 E: pete@enhutchinson.co.nz W: www.enhutchinson.co.nz

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Primo Aquaculture P/L INVE Range PO Box 187 Deception Bay QLD 4508 Sales Freecall: 1800 024 850 F: 1300 308 001 E: primo@ridley.com.au W: www.primo.net.au Ridley Aqua Feed P/L 12 - 18 Neon Street Narangba QLD 4504 (PO Box 187 Deception Bay QLD 4508) Freecall: 1800 268 200 T: 07 3817 9800; F: 07 3883 1618 E: aquafeed@ridley.com.au W: www.ridley.com.au Abalone E N Hutchinson Ltd PO Box 25146 St Helens Auckland NEW ZEALAND 1740 T: +64 9 527 0601 F: +64 9 527 0602 E: pete@enhutchinson.co.nz W: www.enhutchinson.co.nz Algae ADSI (Aquatic Diagnostic Services Int P/L 6 Commodore Court Banora Point NSW 2486 M: 0409 727 853; F: 07 5513 1113 E: info@adsi.com.au W: www.adsi.com.au Display advertiser CSIRO Microalgae Supply Service Australian National Algae Culture Collection Castray Esplanade Hobart TAS 7001 (GPO Box 1538 ) T: 03 6232 5316; F: 03 6232 5471 E: cathy.johnston@csiro.au W: www.csiro.au/ANACC Display advertiser Aquarium Fish Aqua Agri Enterprises P/L 36 Pyke Street Teesdale VIC 3328 T: 03 5281 5722 M: 0408 109 946 E: admin@aquaagrienterprises.com.au W: www.aquaagrienterprises.com.au E N Hutchinson Ltd PO Box 25146 St Helens Auckland NEW ZEALAND 1740 T: +64 9 527 0601 F: +64 9 527 0602 E: pete@enhutchinson.co.nz W: www.enhutchinson.co.nz


Primo Aquaculture P/L INVE Range PO Box 187 Deception Bay QLD 4508 Sales Freecall: 1800 024 850 F: 1300 308 001 E: primo@ridley.com.au W: www.primo.net.au

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MARINE MICROALGAE CONCENTRATES Spectrum Aquaculture P/L Artemia Cysts and Diets 19 - 21 Neon Street Narangba QLD 4504 Sales Enquiries: 1300 655 092 E: spectrum@ridley.com.au W: www.spectrumaquaculture.com.au W: www.feeds.com.au

Barramundi BIG Nutrition (Bray Investment Group P/L) Unit 1, 30 Millenium Place Tingalpa QLD 4173 T: 07 3396 5730; F: 07 3348 7932 Sales Freecall: 1800 005 434 E: sales@bignutrition.com.au W: www.bignutrition.com.au ProAqua P/L PO Box 1045 Eagle Farm QLD 4009 T: 1300 304 634; F: 07 3319 6136 E: admin@proaqua.net.au W: www.proaqua.net.au Display advertiser Ridley Aqua Feed P/L 12 - 18 Neon Street Narangba QLD 4504 (PO Box 187 Deception Bay QLD 4508) Freecall: 1800 268 200 T: 07 3817 9800; F: 07 3883 1618 E: aquafeed@ridley.com.au W: www.ridley.com.au

AQUA-FEED

Instant Algae is your easy solution for replacing or supplementing live microalgae in commercial fish, shrimp, shellfish and ornamental hatcheries, universities and research. Instant Algae is real marine microalgae, grown under laboratory conditions and concentrated for easy storage and long life.

PRODUCTS AND SUPPLIES

Artemia Enrichment / Hatchery BIG Nutrition (Bray Investment Group P/L) Unit 1, 30 Millenium Place Tingalpa QLD 4173 T: 07 3396 5730; F: 07 3348 7932 Sales Freecall: 1800 005 434 E: sales@bignutrition.com.au W: www.bignutrition.com.au

Save Time... Save Money... Reduce Risk... use Instant Algae®

Instant Algae is not live and cannot be used as starter cultures – it is an inexpensive bulk feed. Manufactured by Reed Mariculture www.reedmariculture.com Distributed by Proaqua PO Box 1045, Eagle Farm QLD 4009 Tel:1300 304 634 • Email: admin@proaqua.net.au www.proaqua.net.au

HATCHERY FEEDS High gh Q Qua uali ua lity li y s Low P Prices Live alg lgae ae replaceme ment me nt diets ts Artemi miaa & Ro mi Roti tiffer enrichment diets ti ts Brine shrimp p ((Ar Arte Ar temiia) ex US te USA A

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FEEDS (cont) Brine Shrimp ADSI (Aquatic Diagnostic Services Int P/L 6 Commodore Court Banora Point NSW 2486 M: 0409 727 853; F: 07 5513 1113 E: info@adsi.com.au W: www.adsi.com.au Display advertiser

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Primo Aquaculture P/L INVE GSL Cysts PO Box 187 Deception Bay QLD 4508 Sales Freecall: 1800 024 850 F: 1300 308 001 E: primo@ridley.com.au W: www.primo.net.au Display advertiser Spectrum Aquaculture P/L Salt Creek GSL Cysts 19-21 Neon Street Narangba QLD 4504 Sales Enquiries: 1300 655 092 E: spectrum@ridley.com.au W: www.spectrumaquaculture.com.au W: www.feeds.com.au Display advertiser Broodstock E N Hutchinson Ltd PO Box 25146 St Helens Auckland NEW ZEALAND 1740 T: +64 9 527 0601; F: +64 9 527 0602 E: pete@enhutchinson.co.nz W: www.enhutchinson.co.nz Primo Aquaculture P/L 24mm soft pellets PO Box 187 Deception Bay QLD 4508 Sales Freecall: 1800 024 850 F: 1300 308 001 E: primo@ridley.com.au W: www.primo.net.au Ridley Aqua Feed P/L 12-18 Neon Street Narangba QLD 4504 (PO Box 187 Deception Bay QLD 4508) Freecall: 1800 268 200 T: 07 3817 9800; F: 07 3883 1618 E: aquafeed@ridley.com.au W: www.ridley.com.au Eel Ridley Aqua Feed P/L 12-18 Neon Street Narangba QLD 4504 (PO Box 187 Deception Bay QLD 4508) Freecall: 1800 268 200 T: 07 3817 9800; F: 07 3883 1618 E: aquafeed@ridley.com.au W: www.ridley.com.au

Fish Meal Ridley Aqua Feed P/L 12-18 Neon Street Narangba QLD 4504 (PO Box 187 Deception Bay QLD 4508) Freecall: 1800 268 200 T: 07 3817 9800; F: 07 3883 1618 E: aquafeed@ridley.com.au W: www.ridley.com.au

Hatchery BIG Nutrition (Bray Investment Group P/L) Unit 1, 30 Millenium Place Tingalpa QLD 4173 T: 07 3396 5730; F: 07 3348 7932 Sales Freecall: 1800 005 434 E: sales@bignutrition.com.au W: www.bignutrition.com.au

Fish – Freshwater BIG Nutrition (Bray Investment Group P/L) Unit 1, 30 Millenium Place Tingalpa QLD 4173 T: 07 3396 5730; F: 07 3348 7932 Sales Freecall: 1800 005 434 E: sales@bignutrition.com.au W: www.bignutrition.com.au

Primo Aquaculture P/L INVE Range PO Box 187 Deception Bay QLD 4508 Sales Freecall: 1800 024 850 F: 1300 308 001 E: primo@ridley.com.au W: www.primo.net.au

Ridley Aqua Feed P/L 12-18 Neon Street Narangba QLD 4504 (PO Box 187 Deception Bay QLD 4508) Freecall: 1800 268 200 T: 07 3817 9800; F: 07 3883 1618 E: aquafeed@ridley.com.au W: www.ridley.com.au

Live Food Cultures Primo Aquaculture P/L SELCO S.parkle by INVE PO Box 187 Deception Bay QLD 4508 Sales Freecall: 1800 024 850 F: 1300 308 001 E: primo@ridley.com.au W: www.primo.net.au

Fish – Marine Aquabait P/L PO Box 5107 Dora Creek NSW 2264 T: 02 4973 5505; F: 02 4973 5515 E: sales@aquabait.com.au W: www.aquabait.com.au BIG Nutrition (Bray Investment Group P/L) Unit 1, 30 Millenium Place Tingalpa QLD 4173 T: 07 3396 5730; F: 07 3348 7932 Sales Freecall: 1800 005 434 E: sales@bignutrition.com.au W: www.bignutrition.com.au Ridley Aqua Feed P/L 12 - 18 Neon Street Narangba QLD 4504 (PO Box 187 Deception Bay QLD 4508) Freecall: 1800 268 200 T: 07 3817 9800; F: 07 3883 1618 E: aquafeed@ridley.com.au W: www.ridley.com.au Grouper BIG Nutrition (Bray Investment Group P/L) Unit 1, 30 Millenium Place Tingalpa QLD 4173 T: 07 3396 5730; F: 07 3348 7932 Sales Freecall: 1800 005 434 E: sales@bignutrition.com.au W: www.bignutrition.com.au

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Live Food Enrichments Primo Aquaculture P/L SELCO S.presso by INVE PO Box 187 Deception Bay QLD 4508 Sales Freecall: 1800 024 850 F: 1300 308 001 E: primo@ridley.com.au W: www.primo.net.au Prawn ADSI (Aquatic Diagnostic Services Int P/L 6 Commodore Court Banora Point NSW 2486 M: 0409 727 853; F: 07 5513 1113 E: info@adsi.com.au W: www.adsi.com.au Display advertiser Aquabait P/L PO Box 5107 Dora Creek NSW 2264 T: 02 4973 5505; F: 02 4973 5515 E: sales@aquabait.com.au W: www.aquabait.com.au BIG Nutrition (Bray Investment Group P/L) Unit 1, 30 Millenium Place Tingalpa QLD 4173 T: 07 3396 5730; F: 07 3348 7932 Sales Freecall: 1800 005 434 E: sales@bignutrition.com.au W: www.bignutrition.com.au


ProAqua P/L PO Box 1045 Eagle Farm QLD 4009 T: 1300 304 634; F: 07 3319 6136 E: admin@proaqua.net.au W: www.proaqua.net.au Display advertiser Ridley Aqua Feed P/L 12-18 Neon Street Narangba QLD 4504 (PO Box 187 Deception Bay QLD 4508) Freecall: 1800 268 200 T: 07 3817 9800; F: 07 3883 1618 E: aquafeed@ridley.com.au W: www.ridley.com.au

Primo Aquaculture P/L FRiPPAK / LANSY by INVE PO Box 187 Deception Bay QLD 4508 Sales Freecall: 1800 024 850 F: 1300 308 001 E: primo@ridley.com.au W: www.primo.net.au

Fresh By Design Group Sales, Design, Fabrication, Installation & Support W: www.freshbydesign.com.au Head Office: 3 Old Oak Place (PO Box 1020) Moss Vale NSW 2577 T: 02 4868 1762 ; F: 02 4868 2 206 Contact Ben: 0419 288 712 E: ben@freshbydesign.com.au Factory: 320 High St Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 0988 Contact Lindsay: 0419 288 712 E: lindsay@freshbydesign.com.au Contact Ryan: 0417 185 555 E: ryan@freshbydesign.com.au Display advertiser

Allied Filter Fabrics PO Box 77 Hornsby NSW 1630 T: 02 9476 4400; F: 02 9476 3599 E: ian@filterfabrics.com.au W: www.filterfabrics.com.au Display advertiser Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933 F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser

Imbros P/L 1059 Cambridge Road Cambridge TAS 7170 T: 03 6216 1500; F: 03 6216 1555 E: imbros@imbros.com.au W: www.imbros.com.au Display advertiser

Davey Water Products P/L 6 Lakeview Drive Scoresby VIC 3179 T: 1300 2 DAVEY F:1300 369 119 E: sales@davey.com.au W: www.davey.com.au

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Prawn – Hatchery / Nursery BIG Nutrition (Bray Investment Group P/L) Unit 1, 30 Millenium Place Tingalpa QLD 4173 T: 07 3396 5730; F: 07 3348 7932 Sales Freecall: 1800 005 434 E: sales@bignutrition.com.au W: www.bignutrition.com.au

FILTRATION EQUIPMENT All Tanks PO Box 35 Port Lincoln SA 5606 T: 08 8682 1184; F: 08 8683 0512 E: brad@alltanks.com.au W: www.alltanks.com.au Display advertiser

Kenthurst Fish & Filters 6 Tobias Place Kings Langley NSW 2147 T: 0411 596 908 E: jim@kayhaysgardens.com.au W: www.kentfish.com.au

Salmon Ridley Aqua Feed P/L 12-18 Neon Street Narangba QLD 4504 (PO Box 187 Deception Bay QLD 4508) Freecall: 1800 268 200 T: 07 3817 9800; F: 07 3883 1618 E: aquafeed@ridley.com.au W: www.ridley.com.au Snapper Ridley Aqua Feed P/L 12-18 Neon Street Narangba QLD 4504 (PO Box 187 Deception Bay QLD 4508) Freecall: 1800 268 200 T: 07 3817 9800; F: 07 3883 1618 E: aquafeed@ridley.com.au W: www.ridley.com.au Trout Ridley Aqua Feed P/L 12-18 Neon Street Narangba QLD 4504 (PO Box 187 Deception Bay QLD 4508) Freecall: 1800 268 200 T: 07 3817 9800; F: 07 3883 1618 E: aquafeed@ridley.com.au W: www.ridley.com.au

Pentair Aquatic Eco-Systems supplies the aquaculture industry worldwide with tools, equipment and complete system packages. And free expert advice is always in stock. Online Orders: AquaticEco.com • InternationalSales@AquaticEco.com Phone Orders and Tech Advice: +1 407 886 3939 Address: 2395 Apopka Blvd., Apopka, Florida 32703, USA

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FILTRATION EQUIPMENT (cont) Optimax Aquatech PO Box 164 Robe SA 5276 M: 0427 093 632 E: mjdavis1@bigpond.com.au Pentair Aquatic Eco-Systems, Inc 2395 Apopka Blvd. Suite 100 Apopka, Florida 32703 USA T: + 1 407 886 3939 F: +407 886 0800 E: InternationalSales@aquaticeco.com W: www.aquaticeco.com Display advertiser

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Quinntech Plastics (T/As Quinn Plastics) PO Box 90 Kilburn North SA 5084 T: 08 8262 6460 F: 08 8262 6461 E: quinnplastics@senet.com.au W: www.quinnplastics.com.au Display advertiser Filtration Media Expo Net Australia P/L Suppliers of Bio-Blok速 Biological Filtration Media T: 0400 994 526 F: 03 9894 5915 E: gp@expo-net.com.au W: www.expo-net.com.au Quinntech Plastics (T/As Quinn Plastics) PO Box 90 Kilburn North SA 5084 T: 08 8262 6460 F: 08 8262 6461 E: quinnplastics@senet.com.au W: www.quinnplastics.com.au Display advertiser FISH GROWOUT EQUIPMENT Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933 F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser Cageways Australia RMB 150 Red Cliffs VIC 3496 T: 03 5024 1203 F: 03 5024 2285 E: travis@thurla.com.au

Fresh By Design Group Sales, Design, Fabrication, Installation & Support W: www.freshbydesign.com.au Head Office: 3 Old Oak Place (PO Box 1020) Moss Vale NSW 2577 T: 02 4868 1762 ; F: 02 4868 2 206 Contact Ben: 0419 288 712 E: ben@freshbydesign.com.au Factory: 320 High St Wauchope NSW 244; T: 02 6586 0988 Contact Lindsay: 0419 288 712 E: lindsay@freshbydesign.com.au Contact Ryan: 0417 185 555 E: ryan@freshbydesign.com.au Display advertiser Primo Aquaculture P/L Chenta Paddlewheels PO Box 187 Deception Bay QLD 4508 Sales Freecall: 1800 024 850 F: 1300 308 001 E: primo@ridley.com.au W: www.primo.net.au Display advertiser FISH HATCHERY EQUIPMENT Fresh By Design Group Sales, Design, Fabrication, Installation & Support W: www.freshbydesign.com.au Head Office: 3 Old Oak Place (PO Box 1020) Moss Vale NSW 2577 T: 02 4868 1762 ; F: 02 4868 2 206 Contact Ben: 0419 288 712 E: ben@freshbydesign.com.au Factory: 320 High St Wauchope NSW 2446; T: 02 6586 0988 Contact Lindsay: 0419 288 712 E: lindsay@freshbydesign.com.au Contact Ryan: 0417 185 555 E: ryan@freshbydesign.com.au Display advertiser Scanz Technologies Ltd PO Box 26 - 148 Auckland 1344 New Zealand T: +64 9 520 2544; F: + 64 9 520 4023 Aust Toll free: 1800 129 876 E: info@scanztech.com W: www.scanztech.com Display advertiser Spectrum Aquaculture P/L Air & Oxygen delivery 19 - 21 Neon Street Narangba QLD 4504 Sales Enquiries: 1300 655 092 E: spectrum@ridley.com.au W: www.spectrumaquaculture.com.au W: www.feeds.com.au

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FISH PROCESSING MACHINES Fresh By Design Group Sales, Design, Fabrication, Installation & Support W: www.freshbydesign.com.au Head Office: 3 Old Oak Place (PO Box 1020) Moss Vale NSW 2577 T: 02 4868 1762 F: 02 4868 2 206 Contact Ben: 0419 288 712 E: ben@freshbydesign.com.au Factory: 320 High St Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 0988 Contact Lindsay: 0419 288 712 E: lindsay@freshbydesign.com.au Contact Ryan: 0417 185 555 E: ryan@freshbydesign.com.au Display advertiser Scanz Technologies Ltd PO Box 26 - 148 Auckland 1344 New Zealand T: +64 9 520 2544 F: + 64 9 520 4023 Aust Toll free: 1800 129 876 E: info@scanztech.com W: www.scanztech.com Display advertiser TNA New Zealand Ltd 23 Ash Road Manukau 2104 Auckland New Zealand (PO Box 98933 Sth Auckland Mail Centre) T: +64 9 263 7804 F: +64 9 262 2222 E: paul.daniel@tnasolutions.com W: www.tnasolutions.com Display advertiser Deboning TNA New Zealand Ltd 23 Ash Road Manukau 2104 Auckland New Zealand (PO Box 98933 Sth Auckland Mail Centre) T: +64 9 263 7804 F: +64 9 262 2222 E: paul.daniel@tnasolutions.com W: www.tnasolutions.com Display advertiser Deheading TNA New Zealand Ltd 23 Ash Road Manukau 2104 Auckland New Zealand (PO Box 98933 Sth Auckland Mail Centre) T: +64 9 263 7804 F: +64 9 262 2222 E: paul.daniel@tnasolutions.com W: www.tnasolutions.com Display advertiser


Eviscerating TNA New Zealand Ltd 23 Ash Road Manukau 2104 Auckland New Zealand (PO Box 98933 Sth Auckland Mail Centre) T: +64 9 263 7804; F: +64 9 262 2222 E: paul.daniel@tnasolutions.com W: www.tnasolutions.com Display advertiser

Skinners TNA New Zealand Ltd 23 Ash Road Manukau 2104 Auckland New Zealand (PO Box 98933 Sth Auckland Mail Centre) T: +64 9 263 7804; F: +64 9 262 2222 E: paul.daniel@tnasolutions.com W: www.tnasolutions.com Display advertiser

FISH HEALTH Fresh By Design Group Sales, Design, Fabrication, Installation & Support W: www.freshbydesign.com.au Head Office: 3 Old Oak Place (PO Box 1020) Moss Vale NSW 2577 T: 02 4868 1762 F: 02 4868 2 206 Contact Ben: 0419 288 712 E: ben@freshbydesign.com.au Factory: 320 High St Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 0988 Contact Lindsay: 0419 288 712 E: lindsay@freshbydesign.com.au Contact Ryan: 0417 185 555 E: ryan@freshbydesign.com.au Display advertiser

Scanz Technologies Ltd PO Box 26 - 148 Auckland 1344 New Zealand T: +64 9 520 2544 F: + 64 9 520 4023 Aust Toll free: 1800 129 876 E: info@scanztech.com W: www.scanztech.com Display advertiser

Primo Aquaculture P/L AQUI-S - Aquatic Anaesthetic PO Box 187 Deception Bay QLD 4508 Sales Freecall: 1800 024 850 F: 1300 308 001 E: primo@ridley.com.au W: www.primo.net.au Display advertiser

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Filleting TNA New Zealand Ltd 23 Ash Road Manukau 2104 Auckland New Zealand (PO Box 98933 Sth Auckland Mail Centre) T: +64 9 263 7804; F: +64 9 262 2222 E: paul.daniel@tnasolutions.com W: www.tnasolutions.com Display advertiser

FISH HARVESTING EQUIPMENT Fresh By Design Group Sales, Design, Fabrication, Installation & Support W: www.freshbydesign.com.au Head Office: 3 Old Oak Place (PO Box 1020) Moss Vale NSW 2577 T: 02 4868 1762 ; F: 02 4868 2 206 Contact Ben: 0419 288 712 E: ben@freshbydesign.com.au Factory: 320 High St Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 0988 Contact Lindsay: 0419 288 712 E: lindsay@freshbydesign.com.au Contact Ryan: 0417 185 555 E: ryan@freshbydesign.com.au Display advertiser


FISH HEALTH (cont) Primo Aquaculture P/L MIC-F/MIC-S/PRO-W by INVE PO Box 187 Deception Bay QLD 4508 Sales Freecall: 1800 024 850 F: 1300 308 001 E: primo@ridley.com.au W: www.primo.net.au Display advertiser FISH TRANSPORTERS Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933; F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser

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Fresh By Design Group Sales, Design, Fabrication, Installation & Support W: www.freshbydesign.com.au Head Office: 3 Old Oak Place (PO Box 1020) Moss Vale NSW 2577 T: 02 4868 1762 ; F: 02 4868 2 206 Contact Ben: 0419 288 712 E: ben@freshbydesign.com.au Factory: 320 High St Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 0988 Contact Lindsay: 0419 288 712 E: lindsay@freshbydesign.com.au Contact Ryan: 0417 185 555 E: ryan@freshbydesign.com.au Display advertiser FLOTATION EQUIPMENT Quin Marine 77 St Vincent Street (PO Box 384) Port Adelaide SA 5015 T: 08 8440 2800; F: 08 8341 0567 E:fishing@quinmarine.com.au W: www.quinmarine.com.au Flotation Foam RMAX â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Rigid Cellular Plastics Head Office: 2 - 4 Mepham Street Maribyrnong VIC 3632 (Branches in every state) T: 1300 888 972 E: sales@rmax.com.au W: www.rmax.com.au FLOATING CAGES Cageways Australia RMB 150 Red Cliffs VIC 3496 T: 03 5024 1203; F: 03 5024 2285 E: travis@thurla.com.au

Quin Marine 77 St Vincent Street (PO Box 384) Port Adelaide SA 5015 T: 08 8440 2800; F: 08 8341 0567 E:fishing@quinmarine.com.au W: www.quinmarine.com.au Seafarm Systems (A Division of Plastic Fabrications P/L) 8 Negara Crescent Goodwood TAS 7010 T: + 61 03 6274 0222 F: + 61 03 6274 0234 E: sales@seafarm-systems.com W: www.seafarm-systems.com Display advertiser FLOWMETERS Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933; F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser

GRADERS Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933; F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser Fresh By Design Group Sales, Design, Fabrication, Installation & Support W: www.freshbydesign.com.au Head Office: 3 Old Oak Place (PO Box 1020) Moss Vale NSW 2577 T: 02 4868 1762 ; F: 02 4868 2 206 Contact Ben: 0419 288 712 E: ben@freshbydesign.com.au Factory: 320 High St Wauchope NSW 2446; T: 02 6586 0988 Contact Lindsay: 0419 288 712 E: lindsay@freshbydesign.com.au Contact Ryan: 0417 185 555 E: ryan@freshbydesign.com.au Display advertiser

Fresh By Design Group Sales, Design, Fabrication, Installation & Support W: www.freshbydesign.com.au Head Office: 3 Old Oak Place (PO Box 1020) Moss Vale NSW 2577 T: 02 4868 1762 ; F: 02 4868 2 206 Contact Ben: 0419 288 712 E: ben@freshbydesign.com.au Factory: 320 High St Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 0988 Contact Lindsay: 0419 288 712 E: lindsay@freshbydesign.com.au Contact Ryan: 0417 185 555 E: ryan@freshbydesign.com.au Display advertiser

Fish Scanz Technologies Ltd PO Box 26-148 Auckland 1344 New Zealand T: +64 9 520 2544; F: + 64 9 520 4023 Aust Toll free: 1800 129 876 E: info@scanztech.com W: www.scanztech.com Display advertiser

GASES BOC Limited 10 Julius Avenue North Ryde NSW 2113 T: 131 262; F: 132 427 E: contact@boc.com W: www.boc.com.au Display advertiser

GP Graders (Victoria) 8-12 Gilby R oad Mount Waverley VIC 3149 T: 03 9585 9444; F: 03 9543 8997 E: steve@gpgraders.com.au W: www.gpgraders.com

GPS Tasmanian Marine Distributors 28 Merton Vale Circuit Kingston TAS 7050 (PO Box 332 Kingston TAS 7051) T: 03 6229 6741; F: 03 6229 1002 E: sales@tmdmarine.com.au W: www.tmdmarine.com.au

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Shellfish Cameron of Tasmania P/L Arthur Highway Dunalley TAS 7177 T: 03 6253 5111; F: 03 6253 5278 E: admin@cameronsoysters.com W: www.cameronsoysters.com

HATCHERY EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES ADSI (Aquatic Diagnostic Services Int P/L 6 Commodore Court Banora Point NSW 2486 M: 0409 727 853; F: 07 5513 1113 E: info@adsi.com.au W: www.adsi.com.au Display advertiser


Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933; F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser

Imbros P/L 1059 Cambridge Road Cambridge TAS 7170 T: 03 6216 1500; F: 03 6216 1555 E: imbros@imbros.com.au W: www.imbros.com.au Display advertiser

Ausaqua P/L PO Box 226 Wallaroo SA 5556 T: 08 8824 2252; F: 08 8824 2152 E: sales@algaboost.com W: www.algaboost.com Display advertiser

Spectrum Aquaculture P/L Artemia Cysts and Diets 19 - 21 Neon Street Narangba QLD 4504 Sales Enquiries: 1300 655 092 E: spectrum@ridley.com.au W: www.spectrumaquaculture.com.au W: www.feeds.com.au

Solarwise Freecall: 1800 805 287 M: 0407 716 940 (Sean Finemore) M: 0407 716 937 (Steven Fitch) E: alison@qis.com.au W: www.solarwise.com.au

Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933; F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser

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Esam Australia P/L 5 Sheppard St Thornbury VIC 3071 T: 03 9484 5719; F: 03 9484 4052 E: esam@esamaust.com.au W: www.sidechannelblowers.com.au Display advertiser

HEATERS Aquahort 52 Maraetai Heights Road Maraetai Beach Auckland New Zealand T: +64 9 536 6201 E: info@aquahort.com W: www.aquahort.com

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Donaghys P/L 74 Tinning Street Brunswick VIC 3056 T: 03 9384 8200 F: 03 9386 3380 Freecall: 1800 644 404 E: wfr@donaghys.com.au W: www.donaghys.com Display advertiser

Fresh By Design Group Sales, Design, Fabrication, Installation & Support W: www.freshbydesign.com.au Head Office: 3 Old Oak Place (PO Box 1020) Moss Vale NSW 2577 T: 02 4868 1762 F: 02 4868 2 206 Contact Ben: 0419 288 712 E: ben@freshbydesign.com.au Factory: 320 High St Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 0988 Contact Lindsay: 0419 288 712 E: lindsay@freshbydesign.com.au Contact Ryan: 0417 185 555 E: ryan@freshbydesign.com.au Display advertiser

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HEATERS (cont) Sunlover Heating Head Office: 62 Parkhurst Drive Knoxfield VIC 3180 T: 03 9887 2131; F: 03 9887 4931 E: sales@sunloverheating.com.au W: www.sunloverheating.com.au NSW: Unit 2, 20 - 22 Foundry Road Seven Hills NSW 2147 T: 02 9838 0000; F: 02 9838 0466 QLD: Factory 6, 7 - 9 Activity Crescent Molendinar QLD 4214 T: 07 5597 7360; F: 07 5597 7361 Display advertiser

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HEAT PUMPS Aquahort 52 Maraetai Heights Road Maraetai Beach Auckland New Zealand T: +64 9 536 6201 E: info@aquahort.com W: www.aquahort.com

Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933; F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser Fresh By Design Group Sales, Design, Fabrication, Installation & Support W: www.freshbydesign.com.au Head Office: 3 Old Oak Place (PO Box 1020) Moss Vale NSW 2577 T: 02 4868 1762 ; F: 02 4868 2 206 Contact Ben: 0419 288 712 E: ben@freshbydesign.com.au Factory: 320 High St Wauchope NSW 2446; T: 02 6586 0988 Contact Lindsay: 0419 288 712 E: lindsay@freshbydesign.com.au Contact Ryan: 0417 185 555 E: ryan@freshbydesign.com.au Display advertiser

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Solarwise Freecall: 1800 805 287 M: 0407 716 940 (Sean Finemore) M: 0407 716 937 (Steven Fitch) E: alison@qis.com.au W: www.solarwise.com.au Sunlover Heating Head Office: 62 Parkhurst Drive Knoxfield VIC 3180 T: 03 9887 2131; F: 03 9887 4931 E: sales@sunloverheating.com.au W: www.sunloverheating.com.au NSW: Unit 2, 20 - 22 Foundry Road Seven Hills NSW 2147 T: 02 9838 0000; F: 02 9838 0466 QLD: Factory 6, 7 - 9 Activity Crescent Molendinar QLD 4214 T: 07 5597 7360; F: 07 5597 7361 Display advertiser HOPPER BINS Orion Australia 2 East Goderich Street Deloraine TAS 7304 Freeecall: 1800 752 784 Freefax: 1800 066 685 E: sales@orionaustralia.com.au W: www.orionaustralia.com.au HORMONES, (AVPMA REGISTERED HORMONES) ADSI (Aquatic Diagnostic Services Int. P/L) 6 Commodore Court Banora Point NSW 2486 M: 0409 727 853; F: 07 5513 1113 E: info@adsi.com.au W: www.adsi.com.au (Australian distributor for Syndel Ltd - Canada Display advertiser

Highly efficient heat pumps that give you incredible temperate control. Solid construction and whisper quite fans gives you complete control and piece of mind. Email sales@sunloverheating.com.au Visit sunloverheating.com.au Head Office 62 Parkhurst Drive Knoxfield VIC 3180 T: 03 9887 2131

New South Wales 2/20-22 Foundry Rd Seven Hills, NSW 2147 T: 02 9838 0000

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Queensland Factory 6, 7-9 Activity Cres Molendinar QLD 4214 T: 07 5597 7360

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Western Australia PO Box 766 Subiaco WA T: 0488 499 978

HYDROPONIC SYSTEMS Earthan Group Pty Ltd (Integrated Aquaculture Consultation Design & Construction) PO Box 127 Redbank QLD 4301 T: 0439 468 201 E: paul@earthangroup.com.au W: www.earthangroup.com.au ICE MAKING EQUIPMENT Scanz Technologies Ltd PO Box 26 - 148 Auckland 1344 New Zealand T: +64 9 520 2544; F: + 64 9 520 4023 Aust Toll free: 1800 129 876 E: info@scanztech.com W: www.scanztech.com Display advertiser


INCUBATOR CABINETS Imbros P/L 1059 Cambridge Road Cambridge TAS 7170 T: 03 6216 1500 F: 03 6216 1555 E: imbros@imbros.com.au W: www.imbros.com.au Display advertiser INSECT KILLERS

With over 25 years in the aquaculture industry Sunderland Marine is the PRODUCTS AND SUPPLIES

Bayer Australia 875 Pacific Highway Pymble NSW 2073 T: 0407 070 421 F: 02 9391 6329 E: guy.chapman@bayerhealthcare.com W: www.bayeranimal.com.au

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INSULATION RMAX - Rigid Cellular Plastics Head Office: 2 - 4 Mepham Street Maribyrnong VIC 3632 (Branches in every state) T: 1300 888 972 E: sales@rmax.com.au W: www.rmax.com.au Solarwise Freecall: 1800 805 287 M: 0407 716 940 (Sean Finemore) M: 0407 716 937 (Steven Fitch) E: alison@qis.com.au W: www.solarwise.com.au INSURANCE/STOCK MORTALITY Midland Insurance Brokers PO Box 404 Carlton South VIC 3053 T: 1300 306 571 F: 03 9349 2787 E: aquculture@midlandinsurance.com.au W: www.midlandinsurance.com.au Display advertiser Risk Insure Pty Ltd 452 Pulteney Street Adelaide SA 5000 T: 08 8232 2311 F: 08 8232 2836 Contact: Graham Gulliford or Sean Carlier E: grahamg@riskinsure.com.au E: seanc@riskinsure.com.au W: www.riskinsure.com.au

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Contact Chris Kennedy: 19 Agnes Street, Jolimont, East Melbourne, VIC 3002, Australia Tel: +61 (0)3 9650 6288 Fax: +61 (0)3 9650 6396 Email: ck@smmi.com.au

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INSURANCE/STOCK MORTALITY (cont) Sunderland Marine Mutual Insurance Company Ltd PO Box 754 Nelson New Zealand T: +64 3 546 8824 F: +64 3 546 8814 E: ck@smmi.co.nz W: www.smmi.co.uk Australian Office: 19 Agnes Street Jolimont East Melbourne VIC 3002 T: 03 9650 6288 F: 03 9650 6396 E: mutual@smmi.com.au W: www.sunderlandmarine.com/ australia Display advertiser

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INTERNET DIAGNOSTIC SERVICES Baseline Unit 6, 8 Shannon Place Virginia QLD 4014 T: 07 3356 6111 F: 07 3356 6833 E: aquacult@baseline.com.au W: www.baseline.com.au Display advertiser KILNS â&#x20AC;&#x201C; SMOKING Multivac Australia P/L 2 McGregors Drive Keilor Park VIC 3042 (PO Box 123 Keilor East VIC 3033) T: 03 8331 2800 F: 03 8331 2810 E: info@multivac.com.au W: www.multivac.com

Scanz Technologies Ltd PO Box 26 - 148 Auckland 1344 New Zealand T: +64 9 520 2544 F: + 64 9 520 4023 Aust Toll free: 1800 129 876 E: info@scanztech.com W: www.scanztech.com Display advertiser LABORATORY EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933 F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser Fresh By Design Group Sales, Design, Fabrication, Installation & Support W: www.freshbydesign.com.au Head Office: 3 Old Oak Place (PO Box 1020) Moss Vale NSW 2577 T: 02 4868 1762 F: 02 4868 2 206 Contact Ben: 0419 288 712 E: ben@freshbydesign.com.au Factory: 320 High St Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 0988 Contact Lindsay: 0419 288 712 E: lindsay@freshbydesign.com.au Contact Ryan: 0417 185 555 E: ryan@freshbydesign.com.au Display advertiser

Hanna Instruments Pty Ltd 18 Fiveways Boulevard Keysborough VIC 3173 T: 03 9769 0666 F: 03 9769 0699 E: sales@hannainst.com.au W: www.hannainst.com.au Display advertiser Imbros P/L 1059 Cambridge Road Cambridge TAS 7170 T: 03 6216 1500 F: 03 6216 1555 E: imbros@imbros.com.au W: www.imbros.com.au Display advertiser Merck Millipore 207 Colchester Road Kilsyth VIC 3137 Contact: Shane Jordan-Hill T: 1800 335 571 F: 1300 360 418 E: mm.aus@merckgroup.com W: www.merckmillipore.com LEASE MARKERS Seafarm Systems (A Division of Plastic Fabrications P/L) 8 Negara Crescent Goodwood TAS 7010 T: + 61 03 6274 0222 F: + 61 03 6274 0234 E: sales@seafarm-systems.com W: www.seafarm-systems.com Display advertiser Lights Tasmanian Marine Distributors 28 Merton Vale Circuit Kingston TAS 7050 (PO Box 332 Kingston TAS 7051) T: 03 6229 6741 F: 03 6229 1002 E: sales@tmdmarine.com.au W: www.tmdmarine.com.au LIGHTS Hazard / Navigational Tasmanian Marine Distributors 28 Merton Vale Circuit Kingston TAS 7050 (PO Box 332 Kingston TAS 7051) T: 03 6229 6741 F: 03 6229 1002 E: sales@tmdmarine.com.au W: www.tmdmarine.com.au

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Underwater BGB Marine â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Underwater Light and Vision Distributed in Aust and NZ by Tank Tec 22 Pothana Rd, Electrona TAS 7054 (PO Box 592 Snug TAS 7054) T: 1300 659 982 M: 0409 184 953 E: info@tanktec.com.au W: www.bgbinnovation.com Display advertiser

LONG-LIFE TIMBER POSTS Woodshield Pty Ltd Lot 12, 1 Quarry Road Tottenham VIC 3012 (PO Box 256 Carole Park QLD 4300) T: 1300 622 906 F: 07 32715575 E: info@woodshield.com.au W: www.woodshield.com.au MARINE MARKER BUOYS Jeyco (1992) P/L Mooring & Rigging Equipment PO Box 1590 Bibra Lake WA 6965 T: 08 9418 7500 F: 08 9418 7511 E: info@jeyco.com.au W: www.jeyco.com.au Seafarm Systems (A Division of Plastic Fabrications P/L) 8 Negara Crescent Goodwood TAS 7010 T: + 61 03 6274 0222 F: + 61 03 6274 0234 E: sales@seafarm-systems.com W: www.seafarm-systems.com Display advertiser Tasmanian Marine Distributors 28 Merton Vale Circuit Kingston TAS 7050 (PO Box 332 Kingston TAS 7051) T: 03 6229 6741 F: 03 6229 1002 E: sales@tmdmarine.com.au W: www.tmdmarine.com.au

MEDICATION AND CHEMICALS Imbros P/L 1059 Cambridge Road Cambridge TAS 7170 T: 03 6216 1500; F: 03 6216 1555 E: imbros@imbros.com.au W: www.imbros.com.au Display advertiser METERS Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933; F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser Fresh By Design Group Sales, Design, Fabrication, Installation & Support W: www.freshbydesign.com.au Head Office: 3 Old Oak Place (PO Box 1020) Moss Vale NSW 2577 T: 02 4868 1762 ; F: 02 4868 2 206 Contact Ben: 0419 288 712 E: ben@freshbydesign.com.au Factory: 320 High St Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 0988 Contact Lindsay: 0419 288 712 E: lindsay@freshbydesign.com.au Contact Ryan: 0417 185 555 E: ryan@freshbydesign.com.au Display advertiser Imbros P/L 1059 Cambridge Road Cambridge TAS 7170 T: 03 6216 1500; F: 03 6216 1555 E: imbros@imbros.com.au W: www.imbros.com.au Display advertiser Merck Millipore 207 Colchester Road Kilsyth VIC 3137 Contact: Shane Jordan-Hill T: 1800 335 571; F: 1300 360 418 E: mm.aus@merckgroup.com W: www.merckmillipore.com

Palintest Water Testing Systems Unit 1/53 Lorraine Street Peakhurst NSW 2210 T: 1300 131 516 F: 1300 131 986 E: palintest@palintest.com.au W: www.palintest.com.au Pentair Aquatic Eco-Systems, Inc 2395 Apopka Blvd. Suite 100 Apopka, Florida 32703 USA T: + 1 407 886 3939 F: +407 886 0800 E: InternationalSales@aquaticeco.com W: www.aquaticeco.com Display advertiser Conductivity Enviro Sensors P/L Suite 3, 271 Military Road Cremorne NSW 2090 T: 02 9904 3316 F: 02 9904 3319 E: paul@envirosensors.com.au W: www.envirosensors.com.au

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Tasmanian Marine Distributors 28 Merton Vale Circuit Kingston TAS 7050 (PO Box 332 Kingston TAS 7051) T: 03 6229 6741 F: 03 6229 1002 E: sales@tmdmarine.com.au W: www.tmdmarine.com.au

MATERIALS HANDLING Plastics, Silverlock Packaging 22 Somerton Park Drive Campbellfield VIC 3061 T: 1300 551 605 E: bruce@silverlock.com.au W: www.silverlockpackaging.com.au Offices in SA & WA Display advertiser

Hanna Instruments Pty Ltd 18 Fiveways Boulevard Keysborough VIC 3173 T: 03 9769 0666 F: 03 9769 0699 E: sales@hannainst.com.au W: www.hannainst.com.au Display advertiser Imbros P/L 1059 Cambridge Road Cambridge TAS 7170 T: 03 6216 1500 F: 03 6216 1555 E: imbros@imbros.com.au W: www.imbros.com.au Display advertiser Merck Millipore 207 Colchester Road Kilsyth VIC 3137 Contact: Shane Jordan-Hill T: 1800 335 571 F: 1300 360 418 E: mm.aus@merckgroup.com W: www.merckmillipore.com Dissolved Oxygen Enviro Sensors P/L Suite 3, 271 Military Road Cremorne NSW 2090 T: 02 9904 3316 F: 02 9904 3319 E: paul@envirosensors.com.au W: www.envirosensors.com.au Austasia Aquaculture | Trade Directory 2013

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METERS Dissolved Oxygen Hanna Instruments Pty Ltd 18 Fiveways Boulevard Keysborough VIC 3173 T: 03 9769 0666 F: 03 9769 0699 E: sales@hannainst.com.au W: www.hannainst.com.au Display advertiser Imbros P/L 1059 Cambridge Road Cambridge TAS 7170 T: 03 6216 1500; F: 03 6216 1555 E: imbros@imbros.com.au W: www.imbros.com.au Display advertiser

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Merck Millipore 207 Colchester Road Kilsyth VIC 3137 Contact: Shane Jordan-Hill T: 1800 335 571; F: 1300 360 418 E: mm.aus@merckgroup.com W: www.merckmillipore.com Palintest Water Testing Systems Unit 1/53 Lorraine Street Peakhurst NSW 2210 T: 1300 131 516 F: 1300 131 986 E: palintest@palintest.com.au W: www.palintest.com.au Hydrometers Imbros P/L 1059 Cambridge Road Cambridge TAS 7170 T: 03 6216 1500; F: 03 6216 1555 E: imbros@imbros.com.au W: www.imbros.com.au Display advertiser pH Enviro Sensors P/L Suite 3, 271 Military Road Cremorne NSW 2090 T: 02 9904 3316; F: 02 9904 3319 E: paul@envirosensors.com.au W: www.envirosensors.com.au Hanna Instruments Pty Ltd 18 Fiveways Boulevard Keysborough VIC 3173 T: 03 9769 0666 F: 03 9769 0699 E: sales@hannainst.com.au W: www.hannainst.com.au Display advertiser

Imbros P/L 1059 Cambridge Road Cambridge TAS 7170 T: 03 6216 1500; F: 03 6216 1555 E: imbros@imbros.com.au W: www.imbros.com.au Display advertiser

Imbros P/L 1059 Cambridge Road Cambridge TAS 7170 T: 03 6216 1500; F: 03 6216 1555 E: imbros@imbros.com.au W: www.imbros.com.au Display advertiser

Merck Millipore 207 Colchester Road Kilsyth VIC 3137 Contact: Shane Jordan-Hill T: 1800 335 571; F: 1300 360 418 E: mm.aus@merckgroup.com W: www.merckmillipore.com

Merck Millipore 207 Colchester Road Kilsyth VIC 3137 Contact: Shane Jordan-Hill T: 1800 335 571; F: 1300 360 418 E: mm.aus@merckgroup.com W: www.merckmillipore.com

Salinity Enviro Sensors P/L Suite 3, 271 Military Road Cremorne NSW 2090 T: 02 9904 3316; F: 02 9904 3319 E: paul@envirosensors.com.au W: www.envirosensors.com.au

Total Gas Imbros P/L 1059 Cambridge Road Cambridge TAS 7170 T: 03 6216 1500; F: 03 6216 1555 E: imbros@imbros.com.au W: www.imbros.com.au Display advertiser

Hanna Instruments Pty Ltd 18 Fiveways Boulevard Keysborough VIC 3173 T: 03 9769 0666; F: 03 9769 0699 E: sales@hannainst.com.au W: www.hannainst.com.au Display advertiser Imbros P/L 1059 Cambridge Road Cambridge TAS 7170 T: 03 6216 1500; F: 03 6216 1555 E: imbros@imbros.com.au W: www.imbros.com.au Display advertiser Merck Millipore 207 Colchester Road Kilsyth VIC 3137 Contact: Shane Jordan-Hill T: 1800 335 571; F: 1300 360 418 E: mm.aus@merckgroup.com W: www.merckmillipore.com Temperature Enviro Sensors P/L Suite 3, 271 Military Road Cremorne NSW 2090 T: 02 9904 3316; F: 02 9904 3319 E: paul@envirosensors.com.au W: www.envirosensors.com.au Hanna Instruments Pty Ltd 18 Fiveways Boulevard Keysborough VIC 3173 T: 03 9769 0666; F: 03 9769 0699 E: sales@hannainst.com.au W: www.hannainst.com.au Display advertiser

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Turbidity Enviro Sensors P/L Suite 3, 271 Military Road Cremorne NSW 2090 T: 02 9904 3316; F: 02 9904 3319 E: paul@envirosensors.com.au W: www.envirosensors.com.au Hanna Instruments Pty Ltd 18 Fiveways Boulevard Keysborough VIC 3173 T: 03 9769 0666; F: 03 9769 0699 E: sales@hannainst.com.au W: www.hannainst.com.au Display advertiser Imbros P/L 1059 Cambridge Road Cambridge TAS 7170 T: 03 6216 1500; F: 03 6216 1555 E: imbros@imbros.com.au W: www.imbros.com.au Display advertiser Merck Millipore 207 Colchester Road Kilsyth VIC 3137 Contact: Shane Jordan-Hill T: 1800 335 571; F: 1300 360 418 E: mm.aus@merckgroup.com W: www.merckmillipore.com Palintest Water Testing Systems Unit 1/53 Lorraine Street Peakhurst NSW 2210 T: 1300 131 516; F: 1300 131 986 E: palintest@palintest.com.au W: www.palintest.com.au


MICROALGAE CULTURE MEDIA Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933 F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser Ausaqua P/L (Manufacturer of Algaboost) PO Box 226 Wallaroo SA 5556 T: 08 8824 2252 F: 08 8824 2152 E: sales@algaboost.com W: www.algaboost.com Display advertiser

MICROSCOPES Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933 F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser Baseline Unit 6, 8 Shannon Place Virginia QLD 4014 T: 07 3356 6111 F: 07 3356 6833 E: aquacult@baseline.com.au W: www.baseline.com.au Display advertiser

Donaghys P/L 74 Tinning Street Brunswick VIC 3056 T: 03 9384 8200 F: 03 9386 3380 Freecall: 1800 644 404 E: wfr@donaghys.com.au W: www.donaghys.com Display advertiser Jeyco (1992) P/L Mooring & Rigging Equipment PO Box 1590 Bibra Lake WA 6965 T: 08 9418 7500 F: 08 9418 7511 E: info@jeyco.com.au W: www.jeyco.com.au Seafarm Systems (A Division of Plastic Fabrications P/L) 8 Negara Crescent Goodwood TAS 7010 T: + 61 03 6274 0222 F: + 61 03 6274 0234 E: sales@seafarm-systems.com W: www.seafarm-systems.com Display advertiser

Imbros P/L 1059 Cambridge Road Cambridge TAS 7170 T: 03 6216 1500 F: 03 6216 1555 E: imbros@imbros.com.au W: www.imbros.com.au Display advertiser Walch Optics P/L 149 Macquarie Street Hobart TAS 7000 T: 03 6223 8855 F: 03 6223 4120 E: admin@walchoptics.com.au Display advertiser

Tasmanian Marine Distributors 28 Merton Vale Circuit Kingston TAS 7050 (PO Box 332 Kingston TAS 7051) T: 03 6229 6741; F: 03 6229 1002 E: sales@tmdmarine.com.au W: www.tmdmarine.com.au

MOORING EQUIPMENT Aqualine Australasia 13 - 17 Castray Esplanade Battery Point TAS 7004 Postal: 2/26 Ocean Esplanade Blackmans Bay TAS 7052 T: 0417 191 234 AH: 03 6229 9579 E: barry.mcclure@bigpond.com W: www.aqualine.no Display advertiser

MUSSEL FARMING EQUIPMENT AusSnap 59 Linley Road Wannanup WA 6210 T: 08 9534 2378 F: 08 9534 6609 M: 0407 470 642 E: aussnap@bigpond.com W: www.aussnap.com

MORE MUSSELS PER METRE Continuous suspended rope system • backbone ropes • spat and crop ropes

Freecall 1800 644 404 www.donaghys.com For professional service and advice

• lashings and snoods

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MICROBIAL PREPARATIONS Baseline Unit 6, 8 Shannon Place Virginia QLD 4014 T: 07 3356 6111 F: 07 3356 6833 E: aquacult@baseline.com.au W: www.baseline.com.au Display advertiser

Fresh By Design Group Sales, Design, Fabrication, Installation & Support W: www.freshbydesign.com.au Head Office: 3 Old Oak Place (PO Box 1020) Moss Vale NSW 2577 T: 02 4868 1762 F: 02 4868 2 206 Contact Ben: 0419 288 712 E: ben@freshbydesign.com.au Factory: 320 High St Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 0988 Contact Lindsay: 0419 288 712 E: lindsay@freshbydesign.com.au Contact Ryan: 0417 185 555 E: ryan@freshbydesign.com.au Display advertiser


MUSSEL FARMING EQUIPMENT (cont) Donaghys P/L 74 Tinning Street Brunswick VIC 3056 T: 03 9384 8200 F: 03 9386 3380 Freecall: 1800 644 404 E: wfr@donaghys.com.au W: www.donaghys.com Display advertiser

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Quin Marine 77 St Vincent Street (PO Box 384) Port Adelaide SA 5015 T: 08 8440 2800 F: 08 8341 0567 E:fishing@quinmarine.com.au W: www.quinmarine.com.au Seafarm Systems (A Division of Plastic Fabrications P/L) 8 Negara Crescent Goodwood TAS 7010 T: + 61 03 6274 0222 F: + 61 03 6274 0234 E: sales@seafarm-systems.com W: www.seafarm-systems.com Display advertiser Mussel Snood Snaps / Clips AusSnap 59 Linley Road Wannanup WA 6210 T: 08 9534 2378 F: 08 9534 6609 M: 0407 470 642 E: aussnap@bigpond.com W: www.aussnap.com MUSSEL FLOATS AND BUOYS AusSnap 59 Linley Road Wannanup WA 6210 T: 08 9534 2378 F: 08 9534 6609 M: 0407 470 642 E: aussnap@bigpond.com W: www.aussnap.com NAVIGATIONAL AIDS Seafarm Systems (A Division of Plastic Fabrications P/L) 8 Negara Crescent Goodwood TAS 7010 T: + 61 03 6274 0222 F: + 61 03 6274 0234 E: sales@seafarm-systems.com W: www.seafarm-systems.com Display advertiser

NET CLEANING Seafarm Systems (A Division of Plastic Fabrications P/L) 8 Negara Crescent Goodwood TAS 7010 T: + 61 03 6274 0222 F: + 61 03 6274 0234 E: sales@seafarm-systems.com W: www.seafarm-systems.com Display advertiser NET MAKING MATERIALS Allied Filter Fabrics PO Box 77 Hornsby NSW 1630 T: 02 9476 4400 F: 02 9476 3599 E: ian@filterfabrics.com.au W: www.filterfabrics.com.au Display advertiser Quin Sports & Nets 10 Kyle Place (PO Box 116) Port Adelaide SA 5015 T: 08 8447 3577 F: 08 8447 4588 E: sales@quinsports.com.au W: www.quinsports.com.au NETS Allied Filter Fabrics PO Box 77 Hornsby NSW 1630 T: 02 9476 4400; F: 02 9476 3599 E: ian@filterfabrics.com.au W: www.filterfabrics.com.au Display advertiser Aqualine Australasia 13 - 17 Castray Esplanade Battery Point TAS 7004 Postal: 2/26 Ocean Esplanade Blackmans Bay TAS 7052 T: 0417 191 234 AH: 03 6229 9579 E: barry.mcclure@bigpond.com W: www.aqualine.no Display advertiser Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933; F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser Diamond Networks Unit 2 / 14 Bowen Street O’Connor WA 6163 T: 08-9314 3003 E: info@diamond-nets.com W: diamondnetworks.com.au

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Fresh By Design Group Sales, Design, Fabrication, Installation & Support W: www.freshbydesign.com.au Head Office: 3 Old Oak Place (PO Box 1020) Moss Vale NSW 2577 T: 02 4868 1762 ; F: 02 4868 2 206 Contact Ben: 0419 288 712 E: ben@freshbydesign.com.au Factory: 320 High St Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 0988 Contact Lindsay: 0419 288 712 E: lindsay@freshbydesign.com.au Contact Ryan: 0417 185 555 E: ryan@freshbydesign.com.au Display advertiser Oblomov Trading Co. PO Box 207 Rozelle NSW 2039 T: 02 9660 6845 F: 02 9518 8372 E: sales@otcobirdnet.com.au W: www.otcobirdnet.com.au Display advertiser Quin Sports & Nets 10 Kyle Place (PO Box 116) Port Adelaide SA 5015 T: 08 8447 3577 F: 08 8447 4588 E: sales@quinsports.com.au W: www.quinsports.com.au Seafarm Systems (A Division of Plastic Fabrications P/L) 8 Negara Crescent Goodwood TAS 7010 T: + 61 03 6274 0222 F: + 61 03 6274 0234 E: sales@seafarm-systems.com W: www.seafarm-systems.com Display advertiser Sydney Fish Market Bank Street (Locked Bag 247) Pyrmont NSW 2009 T: 02 9004 1106 F: 02 9004 1171 W: www.sydneyfishmarket.com.au Marron Diamond Networks Unit 2 / 14 Bowen Street O’Connor WA 6163 T: 08-9314 3003 E: info@diamond-nets.com W: diamondnetworks.com.au


Plankton Imbros P/L 1059 Cambridge Road Cambridge TAS 7170 T: 03 6216 1500; F: 03 6216 1555 E: imbros@imbros.com.au W: www.imbros.com.au Display advertiser NETS AND NETTING Diamond Networks Unit 2 / 14 Bowen Street O’Connor WA 6163 T: 08-9314 3003 E: info@diamond-nets.com W: diamondnetworks.com.au

Oblomov Trading Co. PO Box 207 Rozelle NSW 2039 T: 02 9660 6845; F: 02 9518 8372 E: sales@otcobirdnet.com.au W: www.otcobirdnet.com.au Display advertiser

Crop Protection Oblomov Trading Co. PO Box 207 Rozelle NSW 2039 T: 02 9660 6845; F: 02 9518 8372 E: sales@otcobirdnet.com.au W: www.otcobirdnet.com.au Display advertiser Marron Ponds Diamond Networks Unit 2 / 14 Bowen Street O’Connor WA 6163 T: 08-9314 3003 E: info@diamond-nets.com W: diamondnetworks.com.au OXYGEN CONTACTORS Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933; F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser

Fresh By Design Group Sales, Design, Fabrication, Installation & Support W: www.freshbydesign.com.au Head Office: 3 Old Oak Place (PO Box 1020) Moss Vale NSW 2577 T: 02 4868 1762 F: 02 4868 2 206 Contact Ben: 0419 288 712 E: ben@freshbydesign.com.au Factory: 320 High St Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 0988 Contact Lindsay: 0419 288 712 E: lindsay@freshbydesign.com.au Contact Ryan: 0417 185 555 E: ryan@freshbydesign.com.au Display advertiser

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Haverford Pty Ltd 93 Carrington Street Revesby NSW 2212 T: 02 9771 5288; F: 02 9772 2688 E: info@haverford.com.au W: www.haverford.com.au

Orca Marine Supplies P/L Unit 2 / 14 Bowen Street O’Connor WA 6163 T: 08 9314 3003; F: 08 9314 7003 E: orca1@iinet.net.au

OXYGEN DIFFUSERS Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933 F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser

Allied Filter Fabrics Pioneers in Filter Fabric Technology

Specialists in aquacultural filtration equipment and supplier of bulk filtration fabrics. PLANKTON NETS • 150 – 500 mm s/steel ring • Heavy-duty swivel • Cod ends – PVC or brass • 140 – 750ml PET bottle • Harness and tow lines

SCALLOP NETS • 500 mm s/steel ring • Heavy-duty swivel • PVC, brass or s/steel ends • 750 ml PET bottle • Harness and tow lines

We also make grading nets, dip and scoop nets, egg baskets, drop nets, screens and oyster basket inserts. All products made to customer specifications with micron ratings from 0.5 to 4000.

Contact us: AFF PO Box 77 Hornsby NSW 1630 Ph: 02 9476 4400 • Fax: 02 9476 3599 Email: ian@filterfabrics.com.au Web: www.filterfabrics.com.au Austasia Aquaculture | Trade Directory 2013

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OXYGEN DIFFUSERS (cont) BOC Limited 10 Julius Avenue North Ryde NSW 2113 T: 131 262 F: 132 427 E: contact@boc.com W: www.boc.com.au Display advertiser

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Fresh By Design Group Sales, Design, Fabrication, Installation & Support W: www.freshbydesign.com.au Head Office: 3 Old Oak Place (PO Box 1020) Moss Vale NSW 2577 T: 02 4868 1762; F: 02 4868 2 206 Contact Ben: 0419 288 712 E: ben@freshbydesign.com.au Factory: 320 High St Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 0988 Contact Lindsay: 0419 288 712 E: lindsay@freshbydesign.com.au Contact Ryan: 0417 185 555 E: ryan@freshbydesign.com.au Display advertiser Scanz Technologies Ltd PO Box 26 - 148 Auckland 1344 New Zealand T: +64 9 520 2544 F: + 64 9 520 4023 Aust Toll free: 1800 129 876 E: info@scanztech.com W: www.scanztech.com Display advertiser

Spectrum Aquaculture P/L Angel Aqua Diffusers 19 - 21 Neon Street Narangba QLD 4504 Sales Enquiries: 1300 655 092 E: spectrum@ridley.com.au W: www.spectrumaquaculture.com.au W: www.feeds.com.au Display advertiser

OYSTER GRADING/COUNTING MACHINES GP Graders (Victoria) 8 - 12 Gilby R oad Mount Waverley VIC 3149 T: 03 9585 9444; F: 03 9543 8997 E: steve@gpgraders.com.au W: www.gpgraders.com

OXYGEN GENERATORS Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933; F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser

OYSTER GROWOUT TRAYS AND EQUIPMENT AusSnap 59 Linley Road Wannanup WA 6210 T: 08 9534 2378; F: 08 9534 6609 M: 0407 470 642 E: aussnap@bigpond.com W: www.aussnap.com

BOC Limited 10 Julius Avenue North Ryde NSW 2113 T: 131 262; F: 132 427 E: contact@boc.com W: www.boc.com.au Display advertiser

BST Oyster Supplies P/L 22 Oyster Drive (PO Box 356) Cowell SA 5602 T: +61 08 8629 6013 F: +61 08 8629 6014 M: 0417 670 788 E: bst.oysters@bigpond.com W: www.bstoysters.com **Agencies in Tas,QLD, NSW, NZ, USA & Europe Call BST for details. Display advertiser

Fresh By Design Group Sales, Design, Fabrication, Installation & Support W: www.freshbydesign.com.au Head Office: 3 Old Oak Place (PO Box 1020) Moss Vale NSW 2577 T: 02 4868 1762 ; F: 02 4868 2 206 Contact Ben: 0419 288 712 E: ben@freshbydesign.com.au Factory: 320 High St Wauchope NSW 2446; T: 02 6586 0988 Contact Lindsay: 0419 288 712 E: lindsay@freshbydesign.com.au Contact Ryan: 0417 185 555 E: ryan@freshbydesign.com.au Display advertiser

Cameron of Tasmania P/L Arthur Highway Dunalley TAS 7177 T: 03 6253 5111; F: 03 6253 5278 E: admin@cameronsoysters.com W: www.cameronsoysters.com HR Browne & Sons P/L 32 - 34 Brownes Road Saltash NSW 2318 T/F: 02 4982 6086 M: 0408 688 461 E: hrbrowne@bigpond.com Seafarm Systems (A Division of Plastic Fabrications P/L) 8 Negara Crescent Goodwood TAS 7010 T: + 61 03 6274 0222 F: + 61 03 6274 0234 E: sales@seafarm-systems.com W: www.seafarm-systems.com Display advertiser SEAPA Pty Ltd 26-28 Erudina Avenue Edwardstown SA 5039 T: + 61 8 8357 6611 F: + 61 8 8357 4722 E: seapa@seapa.com.au W: www.seapa.com.au

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We design, manufacture & market the complete BST Adjustable Long-Line Oyster Farming System.

Visit our fresh new website for more information on our range of products along with instructional videos on construction and assembly. www.bstoysters.com

T: +61 (0) 8 8629 6013 F: +61 (0) 8 8629 6014 M: +61 (0) 417 670 788 E: bst.oysters@bigpond.com

BST Oyster Supplies are proud supporters of the Cowell Area School Aquaculture Facility and Oyster Farm. â&#x20AC;&#x153;BST consistently provides the school with fantastic support which impacts on the positive learning outcomes of the students.â&#x20AC;? Jan Potter school Principal

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OYSTER GROWOUT TRAYS AND EQUIPMENT (cont) TTP Plastics by Design PO Box 209 Carole Park QLD 4300 T: 07 3271 1755 F: 07 3271 3298 E: info@ttpplastics.com.au W:www.ttpplastics.com.au Display advertiser

PRODUCTS AND SUPPLIES

ZAPCO Aquaculture PO Box Z2563 St Georges Terrace Perth WA 6831 Contacts: Peter Boyle: +86 596829 0631 E: peter@zapcolimited.com Stirling Cullenward: +61 2 6494 3347 M: +61 42 7609 822 E: stirling@zapcolimited.com W: www.zapcoaquaculture.com Display advertiser OYSTER GROWOUT POSTS AND RAILINGS Woodshield Pty Ltd Lot 12, 1 Quarry Road Tottenham VIC 3012 (PO Box 256 Carole Park QLD 4300) T: 1300 622 906 F: 07 32715575 E: info@woodshield.com.au W: www.woodshield.com.au

OYSTER SLATS, STAKES AND SLEEVES ZAPCO Aquaculture PO Box Z2563 St Georges Terrace Perth WA 6831 Contacts: Peter Boyle: +86 596829 0631 E: peter@zapcolimited.com Stirling Cullenward: +61 2 6494 3347; M: +61 42 7609 822 E: stirling@zapcolimited.com W: www.zapcoaquaculture.com Display advertiser OYSTER HATCHERY EQUIPMENT Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933 F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser HR Browne & Sons P/L 32 - 34 Brownes Road Saltash NSW 2318 T/F: 02 4982 6086 M: 0408 688 461 E: hrbrowne@bigpond.com Imbros P/L 1059 Cambridge Road Cambridge TAS 7170 T: 03 6216 1500 F: 03 6216 1555 E: imbros@imbros.com.au W: www.imbros.com.au Display advertiser

The world’s largest and most versatile range of shellfish grow-out products Over sixty trays, baskets and accessories designed for both intertidal and subtidal shellfish farming in variable sea-state conditions. All moulded in uv stabilized polymer.

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ZAPCO Aquaculture PO Box Z2563 St Georges Terrace Perth WA 6831 Contacts: Peter Boyle: +86 596829 0631 E: peter@zapcolimited.com Stirling Cullenward: +61 2 6494 3347; M: +61 42 7609 822 E: stirling@zapcolimited.com W: www.zapcoaquaculture.com Display advertiser OYSTER NURSERY EQUIPMENT Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933 F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser BST Oyster Supplies P/L 22 Oyster Drive (PO Box 356) Cowell SA 5602 T: +61 08 8629 6013 F: +61 08 8629 6014 M: 0417 670 788 E: bst.oysters@bigpond.com W: www.bstoysters.com ** Agencies in Tas,QLD, NSW, NZ, USA & Europe. Call BST for details. Display advertiser HR Browne & Sons P/L 32 - 34 Brownes Road Saltash NSW 2318 T/F: 02 4982 6086 M: 0408 688 461 E: hrbrowne@bigpond.com

TTP Plastics By Design Tel: +61 7 3271 1755 Email: info@ttpplastics.com.au Web: www.ttpplastics.com.au


TTP Plastics by Design PO Box 209 Carole Park QLD 4300 T: 07 3271 1755 F: 07 3271 3298 E: info@ttpplastics.com.au W:www.ttpplastics.com.au Display advertiser OYSTER PROCESSING EQUIPMENT GP Graders (Victoria) 8 - 12 Gilby R oad Mount Waverley VIC 3149 T: 03 9585 9444 F: 03 9543 8997 E: steve@gpgraders.com.au W: www.gpgraders.com

Fresh By Design Group Sales, Design, Fabrication, Installation & Support W: www.freshbydesign.com.au Head Office: 3 Old Oak Place (PO Box 1020) Moss Vale NSW 2577 T: 02 4868 1762 F: 02 4868 2 206 Contact Ben: 0419 288 712 E: ben@freshbydesign.com.au Factory: 320 High St Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 0988 Contact Lindsay: 0419 288 712 E: lindsay@freshbydesign.com.au Contact Ryan: 0417 185 555 E: ryan@freshbydesign.com.au Display advertiser Ultra Violet Products (Aust) P/L 15 Marlow Road Keswick SA 5035 T: 1800 081 880 F: 08 8351 2811 E: uvproducts@CHARIOT.net.au W: www.uvp.com.au Display advertiser UV Guard Australia P/L Unit 3 Gateway Business Park 63 - 79 Parramatta Road Silverwater NSW 2128 T: 02 9631 4900; F: 02 9647 2977 E: ross.dive@uvguard.com.au W: www.uvguard.com.au Display advertiser

Crates, Pallet Bins, Pallets Orion Australia 2 East Goderich Street Deloraine TAS 7304 Freeecall: 1800 752 784 Freefax: 1800 066 685 E: sales@orionaustralia.com.au W: www.orionaustralia.com.au

PACKAGING MACHINES Multivac Australia P/L 2 McGregors Drive Keilor Park VIC 3042 (PO Box 123 Keilor East VIC 3033) T: 03 8331 2800; F: 03 8331 2810 E: info@multivac.com.au W: www.multivac.com TNA New Zealand Ltd 23 Ash Road Manukau 2104 Auckland New Zealand (PO Box 98933 Sth Auckland Mail Centre) T: +64 9 263 7804; F: +64 9 262 2222 E: paul.daniel@tnasolutions.com W: www.tnasolutions.com Display advertiser PACKING SYSTEMS AND MATERIALS Dolphin Plastics and Packaging 4 Machinery Avenue Warana QLD 4575 T: 07 5493 4133; F: 07 5493 4122 E: sales@dolphinplastics.com W: www.dolphinplastics.com

Silverlock Packaging 22 Somerton Park Drive Campbellfield VIC 3061 T: 1300 551 605 E: bruce@silverlock.com.au W: www.silverlockpackaging.com.au Offices in SA & WA Display advertiser Polystyrene Foam Boxes RMAX - Rigid Cellular Plastics Head Office: 2 - 4 Mepham Street Maribyrnong VIC 3632 (Branches in every state) T: 1300 888 972 E: sales@rmax.com.au W: www.rmax.com.au

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OZONE SYSTEMS Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933; F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser

OZONE WATER STERILISATION EQUIPMENT UV Guard Australia P/L Unit 3 Gateway Business Park 63 - 79 Parramatta Road Silverwater NSW 2128 T: 02 9631 4900; F: 02 9647 2977 E: ross.dive@uvguard.com.au W: www.uvguard.com.au Display advertiser

Plastic Bins & Hoppers Orion Australia 2 East Goderich Street Deloraine TAS 7304 Freeecall: 1800 752 784 Freefax: 1800 066 685 E: sales@orionaustralia.com.au W: www.orionaustralia.com.au

Multivac Australia P/L 2 McGregors Drive Keilor Park VIC 3042 (PO Box 123 Keilor East VIC 3033) T: 03 8331 2800; F: 03 8331 2810 E: info@multivac.com.au W: www.multivac.com

Ph: 1300 551 605 All your seafood handling needs and more. Give us a call to discuss our vast range of products.

Stacking Crates

Fish Crate

Nesting Trays Stack Nest Crates

Lug Box & Lid

Insulated Fish Bins

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PALLET BINS Orion Australia 2 East Goderich Street Deloraine TAS 7304 Freeecall: 1800 752 784 Freefax: 1800 066 685 E: sales@orionaustralia.com.au W: www.orionaustralia.com.au PALLETS Plastic Orion Australia 2 East Goderich Street Deloraine TAS 7304 Freeecall: 1800 752 784 Freefax: 1800 066 685 E: sales@orionaustralia.com.au W: www.orionaustralia.com.au

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PEARLING EQUIPMENT AusSnap 59 Linley Road Wannanup WA 6210 T: 08 9534 2378; F: 08 9534 6609 M: 0407 470 642 E: aussnap@bigpond.com W: www.aussnap.com Orca Marine Supplies P/L Unit 2 / 14 Bowen Street O’Connor WA 6163 T: 08 9314 3003; F: 08 9314 7003 E: orca1@iinet.net.au TTP Plastics by Design PO Box 209 Carole Park QLD 4300 T: 07 3271 1755; F: 07 3271 3298 E: info@ttpplastics.com.au W:www.ttpplastics.com.au Display advertiser Antifouling Solutions Haverford Pty Ltd 93 Carrington Street Revesby NSW 2212 T: 02 9771 5288; F: 02 9772 2688 E: info@haverford.com.au W: www.haverford.com.au

WALCH OPTICS PTY LTD For: equipment • Microscopes

• Photographic

149 Macquarie Street Hobart Tas 7000 Tel: (03) 6223 8855 Fax: (03) 6223 4120 E-mail: admin@walchoptics.com.au

PERSONAL FLOTATION DEVICE Tasmanian Marine Distributors 28 Merton Vale Circuit Kingston TAS 7050 (PO Box 332 Kingston TAS 7051) T: 03 6229 6741; F: 03 6229 1002 E: sales@tmdmarine.com.au W: www.tmdmarine.com.au PEST CONTROL Bayer Australia 875 Pacific Highway Pymble NSW 2073 T: 0407 070 421; F: 02 9391 6329 E: guy.chapman@bayerhealthcare.com W: www.bayeranimal.com.au

PHYTOPLANKTON CULTURE MEDIA Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933; F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser

PHOSPHORUS CONTROL COMPOUND Phoslock Pty Ltd Producer /Distributor of Phoslock TM Suite 302, 110 Pacific Highway St Leonards NSW 2065 T: 07 5465 4888; 02 9439 7715 F: 02 9460 8973 E: awinks@phoslock.com.au W: www.phoslock.com.au Display advertiser

PIPES Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933 F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser

PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT Baseline Unit 6, 8 Shannon Place Virginia QLD 4014 T: 07 3356 6111; F: 07 3356 6833 E: aquacult@baseline.com.au W: www.baseline.com.au Display advertiser Walch Optics P/L 149 Macquarie Street Hobart TAS 7000 T: 03 6223 8855; F: 03 6223 4120 E: admin@walchoptics.com.au Display advertiser PHOTOMETERS Fresh By Design Group Sales, Design, Fabrication, Installation & Support W: www.freshbydesign.com.au Head Office: 3 Old Oak Place (PO Box 1020) Moss Vale NSW 2577 T: 02 4868 1762 ; F: 02 4868 2 206 Contact Ben: 0419 288 712 E: ben@freshbydesign.com.au Factory: 320 High St Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 0988 Contact Lindsay: 0419 288 712 E: lindsay@freshbydesign.com.au Contact Ryan: 0417 185 555 E: ryan@freshbydesign.com.au Display advertiser

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Ausaqua P/L (Manufacturer of Algaboost) PO Box 226 Wallaroo SA 5556 T: 08 8824 2252; F: 08 8824 2152 E: sales@algaboost.com W: www.algaboost.com Display advertiser

Fresh By Design Group Sales, Design, Fabrication, Installation & Support W: www.freshbydesign.com.au Head Office: 3 Old Oak Place (PO Box 1020) Moss Vale NSW 2577 T: 02 4868 1762; F: 02 4868 2 206 Contact Ben: 0419 288 712 E: ben@freshbydesign.com.au Factory: 320 High St Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 0988 Contact Lindsay: 0419 288 712 E: lindsay@freshbydesign.com.au Contact Ryan: 0417 185 555 E: ryan@freshbydesign.com.au Display advertiser Plastic Islex Australia P/L 44 Lysaght Street Acacia Ridge QLD 4110 T: 07 3345 3511 F: 07 3344 1347 E: sales@islex.com.au W: www.islex.com.au/index.htm Uniseals Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933; F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser


Fresh By Design Group Sales, Design, Fabrication, Installation & Support W: www.freshbydesign.com.au Head Office: 3 Old Oak Place (PO Box 1020) Moss Vale NSW 2577 T: 02 4868 1762 ; F: 02 4868 2 206 Contact Ben: 0419 288 712 E: ben@freshbydesign.com.au Factory: 320 High St Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 0988 Contact Lindsay: 0419 288 712 E: lindsay@freshbydesign.com.au Contact Ryan: 0417 185 555 E: ryan@freshbydesign.com.au Display advertiser

PLASTIC FABRICATION Fresh By Design Group Sales, Design, Fabrication, Installation & Support W: www.freshbydesign.com.au Head Office: 3 Old Oak Place (PO Box 1020) Moss Vale NSW 2577 T: 02 4868 1762 ; F: 02 4868 2 206 Contact Ben: 0419 288 712 E: ben@freshbydesign.com.au Factory: 320 High St Wauchope NSW 2446; T: 02 6586 0988 Contact Lindsay: 0419 288 712 E: lindsay@freshbydesign.com.au Contact Ryan: 0417 185 555 E: ryan@freshbydesign.com.au Display advertiser Islex Australia P/L 44 Lysaght Street Acacia Ridge QLD 4110 T: 07 3345 3511; F: 07 3344 1347 E: sales@islex.com.au W: www.islex.com.au/index.htm Seafarm Systems (A Division of Plastic Fabrications P/L) 8 Negara Crescent Goodwood TAS 7010 T: + 61 03 6274 0222 F: + 61 03 6274 0234 E: sales@seafarm-systems.com W: www.seafarm-systems.com Display advertiser

Tasmanian Marine Distributors 28 Merton Vale Circuit Kingston TAS 7050 (PO Box 332 Kingston TAS 7051) T: 03 6229 6741 F: 03 6229 1002 E: sales@tmdmarine.com.au W: www.tmdmarine.com.au

Fresh By Design Group Sales, Design, Fabrication, Installation & Support W: www.freshbydesign.com.au Head Office: 3 Old Oak Place (PO Box 1020) Moss Vale NSW 2577 T: 02 4868 1762 F: 02 4868 2 206 Contact Ben: 0419 288 712 E: ben@freshbydesign.com.au Factory: 320 High St Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 0988 Contact Lindsay: 0419 288 712 E: lindsay@freshbydesign.com.au Contact Ryan: 0417 185 555 E: ryan@freshbydesign.com.au Display advertiser

PLASTIC MOULDING Orion Australia 2 East Goderich Street Deloraine TAS 7304 Freeecall: 1800 752 784 Freefax: 1800 066 685 E: sales@orionaustralia.com.au W: www.orionaustralia.com.au

POISONS Bayer Australia 875 Pacific Highway Pymble NSW 2073 T: 0407 070 421 F: 02 9391 6329 E: guy.chapman@bayerhealthcare.com W: www.bayeranimal.com.au

Seafarm Systems (A Division of Plastic Fabrications P/L) 8 Negara Crescent Goodwood TAS 7010 T: + 61 03 6274 0222 F: + 61 03 6274 0234 E: sales@seafarm-systems.com W: www.seafarm-systems.com Display advertiser

PNEUMATIC CONVEYING PDA Blower Company 34 Nicole Way Dandenong South VIC 3175 T: 03 9794 0855 F: 03 9794 0722 E: mail@pdablower.com.au W: www.pdablower.com.au NSW Office: T: 02 9594 0884 F: 02 9594 0885 E: rmason@pdablower.com.au

PLASTIC TUBS AND TROUGHS Orion Australia 2 East Goderich Street Deloraine TAS 7304 Freeecall: 1800 752 784 Freefax: 1800 066 685 E: sales@orionaustralia.com.au W: www.orionaustralia.com.au PLUMBING Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933 F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser

POND LINERS Australian Lining Company P/L 39 Keane Street Currajong QLD 4812 T: 07 4728 9170; F: 07 4725 1883 E: sales@austliningco.com.au W: www.austliningco.com.au Merit Lining Systems P/L 43 Kirwan Street Floreat WA 6014 T: 08 9383 7510; F: 08 9383 7509 M: 0403 932 575 E: mls@merit-group.com.au W: www.merit-linings.com.au Queensland office: 44 Lysaght Street Acacia Ridge QLD 4110 T: 07 3345 4911; F: 07 3344 1547 E: mls@merit-group.com.au W: www.merit-linings.com.au Austasia Aquaculture | Trade Directory 2013

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PLASTIC-COATED OYSTER POSTS Woodshield Pty Ltd Lot 12, 1 Quarry Road Tottenham VIC 3012 (PO Box 256 Carole Park QLD 4300) T: 1300 622 906 ; F: 07 32715575 E: info@woodshield.com.au W: www.woodshield.com.au

PLASTIC MESH Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933 F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser


PRAWN GROWOUT EQUIPMENT Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933 F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser

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Fresh By Design Group Sales, Design, Fabrication, Installation & Support W: www.freshbydesign.com.au Head Office: 3 Old Oak Place (PO Box 1020) Moss Vale NSW 2577 T: 02 4868 1762 F: 02 4868 2 206 Contact Ben: 0419 288 712 E: ben@freshbydesign.com.au Factory: 320 High St Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 0988 Contact Lindsay: 0419 288 712 E: lindsay@freshbydesign.com.au Contact Ryan: 0417 185 555 E: ryan@freshbydesign.com.au Display advertiser

Primo Aquaculture P/L Chenta Paddlewheels PO Box 187 Deception Bay QLD 4508 Sales Freecall: 1800 024 850 F: 1300 308 001 E: primo@ridley.com.au W: www.primo.net.au Display advertiser

PROBIOTIC MICROBIAL CULTURES Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933; F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser

Scanz Technologies Ltd PO Box 26 - 148 Auckland 1344 New Zealand T: +64 9 520 2544 F: + 64 9 520 4023 Aust Toll free: 1800 129 876 E: info@scanztech.com W: www.scanztech.com Display advertiser

Baseline Unit 6, 8 Shannon Place Virginia QLD 4014 T: 07 3356 6111; F: 07 3356 6833 E: aquacult@baseline.com.au W: www.baseline.com.au Display advertiser

PRAWN HATCHERY EQUIPMENT Ajay / Duraplas Tanks Robb Street Russelton Industrial Estate Alstonville NSW 2477 Freecall: 1300 Duraplas (387 275) T: 02 6628 0002 F: 02 6628 3804 E: info@duraplas.com.au W: www.duraplas.com.au W: www.ajayfibreglass.com.au Display advertiser Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933 F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser PRAWN NURSERY EQUIPMENT Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933 F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser PREDATOR CONTROL EQUIPMENT Bayer Australia 875 Pacific Highway Pymble NSW 2073 T: 0407 070 421 F: 02 9391 6329 E: guy.chapman@bayerhealthcare.com W: www.bayeranimal.com.au

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Primo Aquaculture P/L MIC-F/MIC-S/PRO-W by INVE PO Box 187 Deception Bay QLD 4508 Sales Freecall: 1800 024 850 F: 1300 308 001 E: primo@ridley.com.au W: www.primo.net.au Display advertiser PROTECTIVE CLOTHING Fresh By Design Group Sales, Design, Fabrication, Installation & Support W: www.freshbydesign.com.au Head Office: 3 Old Oak Place (PO Box 1020) Moss Vale NSW 2577 T: 02 4868 1762; F: 02 4868 2 206 Contact Ben: 0419 288 712 E: ben@freshbydesign.com.au Factory: 320 High St Wauchope NSW 2446; T: 02 6586 0988 Contact Lindsay: 0419 288 712 E: lindsay@freshbydesign.com.au Contact Ryan: 0417 185 555 E: ryan@freshbydesign.com.au Display advertiser PUBLICATIONS RBM Aquaculture PO Box 3 Karuah NSW 2324 T/F: 02 4997 5160 E: rob@rbmaqua.com.au W: www.rbmaqua.com.au PUMPS Ajay / Duraplas Tanks Robb Street Russelton Industrial Estate Alstonville NSW 2477 Freecall: 1300 Duraplas (387 275) T: 02 6628 0002; F: 02 6628 3804 E: info@duraplas.com.au W: www.duraplas.com.au W: www.ajayfibreglass.com.au Display advertiser


All Tanks PO Box 35 Port Lincoln SA 5606 T: 08 8682 1184; F: 08 8683 0512 E: brad@alltanks.com.au W: www.alltanks.com.au Display advertiser Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933; F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser

Kenthurst Fish & Filters 6 Tobias Place Kings Langley NSW 2147 T: 0411 596 908 E: jim@kayhaysgardens.com.au W: www.kentfish.com.au

Pentair Aquatic Eco-Systems, Inc 2395 Apopka Blvd. Suite 100 Apopka, Florida 32703 USA T: + 1 407 886 3939; F: +407 886 0800 E: InternationalSales@aquaticeco.com W: www.aquaticeco.com Display advertiser Tasmanian Marine Distributors 28 Merton Vale Circuit Kingston TAS 7050 (PO Box 332 Kingston TAS 7051) T: 03 6229 6741; F: 03 6229 1002 E: sales@tmdmarine.com.au W: www.tmdmarine.com.au Airlift Seafarm Systems (A Division of Plastic Fabrications P/L) 8 Negara Crescent Goodwood TAS 7010 T: + 61 03 6274 0222 F: + 61 03 6274 0234 E: sales@seafarm-systems.com W: www.seafarm-systems.com Display advertiser Centrifugal Davey Water Products P/L 6 Lakeview Drive Scoresby VIC 3179 T: 1300 2 DAVEY; F:1300 369 119 E: sales@davey.com.au W: www.davey.com.au

Fish Transfer Fresh By Design Group Sales, Design, Fabrication, Installation & Support W: www.freshbydesign.com.au Head Office: 3 Old Oak Place (PO Box 1020) Moss Vale NSW 2577 T: 02 4868 1762 F: 02 4868 2 206 Contact Ben: 0419 288 712 E: ben@freshbydesign.com.au Factory: 320 High St Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 0988 Contact Lindsay: 0419 288 712 E: lindsay@freshbydesign.com.au Contact Ryan: 0417 185 555 E: ryan@freshbydesign.com.au Display advertiser

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Fresh By Design Group Sales, Design, Fabrication, Installation & Support W: www.freshbydesign.com.au Head Office: 3 Old Oak Place (PO Box 1020) Moss Vale NSW 2577 T: 02 4868 1762; F: 02 4868 2 206 Contact Ben: 0419 288 712 E: ben@freshbydesign.com.au Factory: 320 High St Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 0988 Contact Lindsay: 0419 288 712 E: lindsay@freshbydesign.com.au Contact Ryan: 0417 185 555 E: ryan@freshbydesign.com.au Display advertiser

Optimax Aquatech PO Box 164 Robe SA 5276 M: 0427 093 632 E: mjdavis1@bigpond.com.au

Scanz Technologies Ltd PO Box 26 - 148 Auckland 1344 New Zealand T: +64 9 520 2544 F: + 64 9 520 4023 Aust Toll free: 1800 129 876 E: info@scanztech.com W: www.scanztech.com Display advertiser Portable Davey Water Products P/L 6 Lakeview Drive Scoresby VIC 3179 T: 1300 2 DAVEY F:1300 369 119 E: sales@davey.com.au W: www.davey.com.au

Your Supplier of

Aquaculture Systems Equipment Hatcheries – Feeders, drum filters, fish pumps, bio filters, UV sterilisation, graders, counters, RAS + more Off-shore Farming – Systems farms, counters, centralised feeding systems, underwater lighting / cameras, biomass measurement + more Land-based Farming – Drum filters, UV/ozone treatment, fish pumps, graders, counters, oxygenation, ice plants, process machinery Re-circulation Systems – From 5 M/T to 600 M/T of Biomass – multiple species Contact: Tony Rumbold, Scanz Technologies Limited Australian Toll Free: 1800 129 876 Tel: 64 9 520 2544 • Fax: 64 9 520 4023 • Mob: 6421 992 750 Email: info@scanztech.com • www.scanztech.com

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PUMPS (cont) Self Priming Australian Pump Industries Pump Divison 7 Gladstone Rd Castle Hill NSW 2154 T: 02 8865 3500 F: 02 9894 4240 E: info@aussiepumps.com.au W: www.aussiepumps.com.au Davey Water Products P/L 6 Lakeview Drive Scoresby VIC 3179 T: 1300 2 DAVEY; F:1300 369 119 E: sales@davey.com.au W: www.davey.com.au

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Submersible Australian Pump Industries Tsurumi Submersible Pump Divison 7 Gladstone Rd Castle Hill NSW 2154 T: 02 8865 3500 F: 02 9894 4240 E: cbridgement@aussiepumps.com.au W: www.aussiepumps.com.au

Fresh By Design Group Sales, Design, Fabrication, Installation & Support W: www.freshbydesign.com.au Head Office: 3 Old Oak Place (PO Box 1020) Moss Vale NSW 2577 T: 02 4868 1762; F: 02 4868 2 206 Contact Ben: 0419 288 712 E: ben@freshbydesign.com.au Factory: 320 High St Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 0988 Contact Lindsay: 0419 288 712 E: lindsay@freshbydesign.com.au Contact Ryan: 0417 185 555 E: ryan@freshbydesign.com.au Display advertiser Optimax Aquatech PO Box 164 Robe SA 5276 M: 0427 093 632 E: mjdavis1@bigpond.com.au

Davey Water Products P/L 6 Lakeview Drive Scoresby VIC 3179 T: 1300 2 DAVEY; F:1300 369 119 E: sales@davey.com.au W: www.davey.com.au

Pentair Aquatic Eco-Systems, Inc 2395 Apopka Blvd. Suite 100 Apopka, Florida 32703 USA T: + 1 407 886 3939 F: +407 886 0800 E: InternationalSales@aquaticeco.com W: www.aquaticeco.com Display advertiser

Vacuum Aireng P/L 10 Turbo Drive Bayswater VIC 3153 T: 03 9738 1999 F: 03 9738 1766 E: sales@aireng.com.au W: www.aireng.com.au Display advertiser

Scanz Technologies Ltd PO Box 26 - 148 Auckland 1344 New Zealand T: +64 9 520 2544 F: + 64 9 520 4023 Aust Toll free: 1800 129 876 E: info@scanztech.com W: www.scanztech.com Display advertiser

RACEWAYS TTP Plastics by Design PO Box 209 Carole Park QLD 4300 T: 07 3271 1755 F: 07 3271 3298 E: info@ttpplastics.com.au W:www.ttpplastics.com.au Display advertiser

RECORDERS/MONITORS â&#x20AC;&#x201C; WATER QUALITY Imbros P/L 1059 Cambridge Road Cambridge TAS 7170 T: 03 6216 1500; F: 03 6216 1555 E: imbros@imbros.com.au W: www.imbros.com.au Display advertiser

RECIRCULATION SYSTEMS Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933 F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser

Oxygen BOC Limited 10 Julius Avenue North Ryde NSW 2113 T: 131 262; F: 132 427 E: contact@boc.com W: www.boc.com.au Display advertiser

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REFRIGERATION EQUIPMENT Aquahort 52 Maraetai Heights Road Maraetai Beach Auckland New Zealand T: +64 9 536 6201 E: info@aquahort.com W: www.aquahort.com RODENT CONTROL Bayer Australia 875 Pacific Highway Pymble NSW 2073 T: 0407 070 421; F: 02 9391 6329 E: guy.chapman@bayerhealthcare.com W: www.bayeranimal.com.au ROPE Donaghys P/L 74 Tinning Street Brunswick VIC 3056 T: 03 9384 8200; F: 03 9386 3380 Freecall: 1800 644 404 E: wfr@donaghys.com.au W: www.donaghys.com Display advertiser Haverford Pty Ltd 93 Carrington Street Revesby NSW 2212 T: 02 9771 5288; F: 02 9772 2688 E: info@haverford.com.au W: www.haverford.com.au Jeyco (1992) P/L Mooring & Rigging Equipment PO Box 1590 Bibra Lake WA 6965 T: 08 9418 7500; F: 08 9418 7511 E: info@jeyco.com.au W: www.jeyco.com.au Quin Marine 77 St Vincent Street (PO Box 384) Port Adelaide SA 5015 T: 08 8440 2800; F: 08 8341 0567 E:fishing@quinmarine.com.au W: www.quinmarine.com.au Seafarm Systems (A Division of Plastic Fabrications P/L) 8 Negara Crescent Goodwood TAS 7010 T: + 61 03 6274 0222 F: + 61 03 6274 0234 E: sales@seafarm-systems.com W: www.seafarm-systems.com Display advertiser Tasmanian Marine Distributors 28 Merton Vale Circuit Kingston TAS 7050 (PO Box 332 Kingston TAS 7051) T: 03 6229 6741; F: 03 6229 1002 E: sales@tmdmarine.com.au W: www.tmdmarine.com.au


ROV (REMOTE OPERATED VEHICLES) Imbros P/L 1059 Cambridge Road Cambridge TAS 7170 T: 03 6216 1500 F: 03 6216 1555 E: imbros@imbros.com.au W: www.imbros.com.au Display advertiser SAFETY WEAR BOC Limited 10 Julius Avenue North Ryde NSW 2113 T: 131 262; F: 132 427 E: contact@boc.com W: www.boc.com.au Display advertiser

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SCALES - WEIGHING Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933; F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser Fresh By Design Group Sales, Design, Fabrication, Installation & Support W: www.freshbydesign.com.au Head Office: 3 Old Oak Place (PO Box 1020) Moss Vale NSW 2577 T: 02 4868 1762 ; F: 02 4868 2 206 Contact Ben: 0419 288 712 E: ben@freshbydesign.com.au Factory: 320 High St Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 0988 Contact Lindsay: 0419 288 712 E: lindsay@freshbydesign.com.au Contact Ryan: 0417 185 555 E: ryan@freshbydesign.com.au Display advertiser Imbros P/L 1059 Cambridge Road Cambridge TAS 7170 T: 03 6216 1500; F: 03 6216 1555 E: imbros@imbros.com.au W: www.imbros.com.au Display advertiser Multivac Australia P/L 2 McGregors Drive Keilor Park VIC 3042 (PO Box 123 Keilor East VIC 3033) T: 03 8331 2800; F: 03 8331 2810 E: info@multivac.com.au W: www.multivac.com

SHACKLES Jeyco (1992) P/L Mooring & Rigging Equipment PO Box 1590 Bibra Lake WA 6965 T: 08 9418 7500; F: 08 9418 7511 E: info@jeyco.com.au W: www.jeyco.com.au

Cameron of Tasmania P/L Arthur Highway Dunalley TAS 7177 T: 03 6253 5111; F: 03 6253 5278 E: admin@cameronsoysters.com W: www.cameronsoysters.com

Tasmanian Marine Distributors 28 Merton Vale Circuit Kingston TAS 7050 (PO Box 332 Kingston TAS 7051) T: 03 6229 6741; F: 03 6229 1002 E: sales@tmdmarine.com.au W: www.tmdmarine.com.au

Seafarm Systems (A Division of Plastic Fabrications P/L) 8 Negara Crescent Goodwood TAS 7010 T: + 61 03 6274 0222 F: + 61 03 6274 0234 E: sales@seafarm-systems.com W: www.seafarm-systems.com Display advertiser

SHADE CLOTH Australian Lining Company P/L 39 Keane Street Currajong QLD 4812 T: 07 4728 9170; F: 07 4725 1883 E: sales@austliningco.com.au W: www.austliningco.com.au

SEAPA Pty Ltd 26-28 Erudina Avenue Edwardstown SA 5039 T: + 61 8 8357 6611 F: + 61 8 8357 4722 E: seapa@seapa.com.au W: www.seapa.com.au

SHARK CLIPS/SNAPS AusSnap 59 Linley Road Wannanup WA 6210 T: 08 9534 2378; F: 08 9534 6609 M: 0407 470 642 E: aussnap@bigpond.com W: www.aussnap.com

TTP Plastics by Design PO Box 209 Carole Park QLD 4300 T: 07 3271 1755; F: 07 3271 3298 E: info@ttpplastics.com.au W:www.ttpplastics.com.au Display advertiser

Haverford Pty Ltd 93 Carrington Street Revesby NSW 2212 T: 02 9771 5288; F: 02 9772 2688 E: info@haverford.com.au W: www.haverford.com.au Tasmanian Marine Distributors 28 Merton Vale Circuit Kingston TAS 7050 (PO Box 332 Kingston TAS 7051) T: 03 6229 6741; F: 03 6229 1002 E: sales@tmdmarine.com.au W: www.tmdmarine.com.au SHELLFISH GROWOUT EQUIPMENT BST Oyster Supplies P/L 22 Oyster Drive (PO Box 356) Cowell SA 5602 T: +61 08 8629 6013 F: +61 08 8629 6014 M: 0417 670 788 E: bst.oysters@bigpond.com W: www.bstoysters.com ** Agencies in Tas,QLD, NSW, NZ, USA & Europe. Call BST for details. Display advertiser

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ZAPCO Aquaculture PO Box Z2563 St Georges Terrace Perth WA 6831 Contacts: Peter Boyle: +86 596829 0631 E: peter@zapcolimited.com Stirling Cullenward: +61 2 6494 3347; M: +61 42 7609 822 E: stirling@zapcolimited.com W: www.zapcoaquaculture.com Display advertiser SHELLFISH HATCHERY EQUIPMENT Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933; F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser Donaghys P/L 74 Tinning Street Brunswick VIC 3056 T: 03 9384 8200; F: 03 9386 3380 Freecall: 1800 644 404 E: wfr@donaghys.com.au W: www.donaghys.com Display advertiser


Imbros P/L 1059 Cambridge Road Cambridge TAS 7170 T: 03 6216 1500 F: 03 6216 1555 E: imbros@imbros.com.au W: www.imbros.com.au Display advertiser

SUBMERSIBLE DATA LOGGERS Hanna Instruments Pty Ltd 18 Fiveways Boulevard Keysborough VIC 3173 T: 03 9769 0666; F: 03 9769 0699 E: sales@hannainst.com.au W: www.hannainst.com.au Display advertiser

TANK LINERS Australian Lining Company P/L 39 Keane Street Currajong QLD 4812 T: 07 4728 9170 F: 07 4725 1883 E: sales@austliningco.com.au W: www.austliningco.com.au

ZAPCO Aquaculture PO Box Z2563 St Georges Terrace Perth WA 6831 Contacts: Peter Boyle: +86 596829 0631 E: peter@zapcolimited.com Stirling Cullenward: +61 2 6494 3347; M: +61 42 7609 822 E: stirling@zapcolimited.com W: www.zapcoaquaculture.com Display advertiser

Imbros P/L 1059 Cambridge Road Cambridge TAS 7170 T: 03 6216 1500; F: 03 6216 1555 E: imbros@imbros.com.au W: www.imbros.com.au Display advertiser

TANKS All Tanks PO Box 35 Port Lincoln SA 5606 T: 08 8682 1184; F: 08 8683 0512 E: brad@alltanks.com.au W: www.alltanks.com.au Display advertiser

SIEVES Allied Filter Fabrics PO Box 77 Hornsby NSW 1630 T: 02 9476 4400 F: 02 9476 3599 E: ian@filterfabrics.com.au W: www.filterfabrics.com.au Display advertiser Imbros P/L 1059 Cambridge Road Cambridge TAS 7170 T: 03 6216 1500; F: 03 6216 1555 E: imbros@imbros.com.au W: www.imbros.com.au Display advertiser SOLAR PRODUCTS Solarwise Freecall: 1800 805 287 M: 0407 716 940 (Sean Finemore) M: 0407 716 937 (Steven Fitch) E: alison@qis.com.au W: www.solarwise.com.au

Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933; F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser

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SHELLFISH NURSERY EQUIPMENT SEAPA Pty Ltd 26-28 Erudina Avenue Edwardstown SA 5039 T: + 61 8 8357 6611 F: + 61 8 8357 4722 E: seapa@seapa.com.au W: www.seapa.com.au

STERILISERS Imbros P/L 1059 Cambridge Road Cambridge TAS 7170 T: 03 6216 1500; F: 03 6216 1555 E: imbros@imbros.com.au W: www.imbros.com.au Display advertiser

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TANKS (cont) Fresh By Design Group Sales, Design, Fabrication, Installation & Support W: www.freshbydesign.com.au Head Office: 3 Old Oak Place (PO Box 1020) Moss Vale NSW 2577 T: 02 4868 1762; F: 02 4868 2 206 Contact Ben: 0419 288 712 E: ben@freshbydesign.com.au Factory: 320 High St Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 0988 Contact Lindsay: 0419 288 712 E: lindsay@freshbydesign.com.au Contact Ryan: 0417 185 555 E: ryan@freshbydesign.com.au Display advertiser

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Fibreglass Ajay / Duraplas Tanks Robb Street Russelton Industrial Estate Alstonville NSW 2477 Freecall: 1300 Duraplas (387 275) T: 02 6628 0002 F: 02 6628 3804 E: info@duraplas.com.au W: www.duraplas.com.au W: www.ajayfibreglass.com.au Display advertiser Growout Polymaster P/L PO Box 556 Swan Hill VIC 3585 Freecall: 1800 062 064 T: 03 5033 9000; F: 03 5033 0224 E: sales@polymaster.com.au W: www.polymaster.com.au Display advertiser Ridley Aqua Feed P/L 12 - 18 Neon Street Narangba QLD 4504 (PO Box 187 Deception Bay QLD 4508) Freecall: 1800 268 200 T: 07 3817 9800; F: 07 3883 1618 E: aquafeed@ridley.com.au W: www.ridley.com.au Polyethylene Ajay / Duraplas Tanks Robb Street Russelton Industrial Estate Alstonville NSW 2477 Freecall: 1300 Duraplas (387 275) T: 02 6628 0002; F: 02 6628 3804 E: info@duraplas.com.au W: www.duraplas.com.au W: www.ajayfibreglass.com.au Display advertiser

Australian Lining Company P/L 39 Keane Street Currajong QLD 4812 T: 07 4728 9170; F: 07 4725 1883 E: sales@austliningco.com.au W: www.austliningco.com.au Islex Australia P/L 44 Lysaght Street Acacia Ridge QLD 4110 T: 07 3345 3511; F: 07 3344 1347 E: sales@islex.com.au W: www.islex.com.au/index.htm Polymaster P/L PO Box 556 Swan Hill VIC 3585 Freecall: 1800 062 064 T: 03 5033 9000 F: 03 5033 0224 E: sales@polymaster.com.au W: www.polymaster.com.au Display advertiser Water Storage Ajay / Duraplas Tanks Robb Street Russelton Industrial Estate Alstonville NSW 2477 Freecall: 1300 Duraplas (387 275) T: 02 6628 0002; F: 02 6628 3804 E: info@duraplas.com.au W: www.duraplas.com.au W: www.ajayfibreglass.com.au Display advertiser Polymaster P/L PO Box 556 Swan Hill VIC 3585 Freecall: 1800 062 064 T: 03 5033 9000; F: 03 5033 0224 E: sales@polymaster.com.au W: www.polymaster.com.au Display advertiser TEMPERATURE CONTROL SYSTEMS Aquahort 52 Maraetai Heights Road Maraetai Beach Auckland New Zealand T: +64 9 536 6201 E: info@aquahort.com W: www.aquahort.com Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933 F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser

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TEST KITS Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933 F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser Fresh By Design Group Sales, Design, Fabrication, Installation & Support W: www.freshbydesign.com.au Head Office: 3 Old Oak Place (PO Box 1020) Moss Vale NSW 2577 T: 02 4868 1762 F: 02 4868 2 206 Contact Ben: 0419 288 712 E: ben@freshbydesign.com.au Factory: 320 High St Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 0988 Contact Lindsay: 0419 288 712 E: lindsay@freshbydesign.com.au Contact Ryan: 0417 185 555 E: ryan@freshbydesign.com.au Display advertiser Hanna Instruments Pty Ltd 18 Fiveways Boulevard Keysborough VIC 3173 T: 03 9769 0666 F: 03 9769 0699 E: sales@hannainst.com.au W: www.hannainst.com.au Display advertiser Imbros P/L 1059 Cambridge Road Cambridge TAS 7170 T: 03 6216 1500; F: 03 6216 1555 E: imbros@imbros.com.au W: www.imbros.com.au Display advertiser Merck Millipore 207 Colchester Road Kilsyth VIC 3137 Contact: Shane Jordan-Hill T: 1800 335 571; F: 1300 360 418 E: mm.aus@merckgroup.com W: www.merckmillipore.com Palintest Water Testing Systems Unit 1/53 Lorraine Street Peakhurst NSW 2210 T: 1300 131 516 F: 1300 131 986 E: palintest@palintest.com.au W: www.palintest.com.au


ProAqua P/L PO Box 1045 Eagle Farm QLD 4009 T: 1300 304 634 F: 07 3319 6136 E: admin@proaqua.net.au W: www.proaqua.net.au Display advertiser Alkalinity Hanna Instruments Pty Ltd 18 Fiveways Boulevard Keysborough VIC 3173 T: 03 9769 0666 F: 03 9769 0699 E: sales@hannainst.com.au W: www.hannainst.com.au Display advertiser

Merck Millipore 207 Colchester Road Kilsyth VIC 3137 Contact: Shane Jordan-Hill T: 1800 335 571 F: 1300 360 418 E: mm.aus@merckgroup.com W: www.merckmillipore.com ProAqua P/L PO Box 1045 Eagle Farm QLD 4009 T: 1300 304 634; F: 07 3319 6136 E: admin@proaqua.net.au W: www.proaqua.net.au Display advertiser Ammonia Hanna Instruments Pty Ltd 18 Fiveways Boulevard Keysborough VIC 3173 T: 03 9769 0666; F: 03 9769 0699 E: sales@hannainst.com.au W: www.hannainst.com.au Display advertiser Imbros P/L 1059 Cambridge Road Cambridge TAS 7170 T: 03 6216 1500; F: 03 6216 1555 E: imbros@imbros.com.au W: www.imbros.com.au Display advertiser

Carbon Dioxide Hanna Instruments Pty Ltd 18 Fiveways Boulevard Keysborough VIC 3173 T: 03 9769 0666; F: 03 9769 0699 E: sales@hannainst.com.au W: www.hannainst.com.au Display advertiser

Merck Millipore 207 Colchester Road Kilsyth VIC 3137 Contact: Shane Jordan-Hill T: 1800 335 571 F: 1300 360 418 E: mm.aus@merckgroup.com W: www.merckmillipore.com

Imbros P/L 1059 Cambridge Road Cambridge TAS 7170 T: 03 6216 1500; F: 03 6216 1555 E: imbros@imbros.com.au W: www.imbros.com.au Display advertiser

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Imbros P/L 1059 Cambridge Road Cambridge TAS 7170 T: 03 6216 1500 F: 03 6216 1555 E: imbros@imbros.com.au W: www.imbros.com.au Display advertiser

Dissolved Oxygen Imbros P/L 1059 Cambridge Road Cambridge TAS 7170 T: 03 6216 1500 F: 03 6216 1555 E: imbros@imbros.com.au W: www.imbros.com.au Display advertiser

Merck Millipore 207 Colchester Road Kilsyth VIC 3137 Contact: Shane Jordan-Hill T: 1800 335 571; F: 1300 360 418 E: mm.aus@merckgroup.com W: www.merckmillipore.com

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TEST KITS (cont) Hydrogen Imbros P/L 1059 Cambridge Road Cambridge TAS 7170 T: 03 6216 1500 F: 03 6216 1555 E: imbros@imbros.com.au W: www.imbros.com.au Display advertiser

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Iron Hanna Instruments Pty Ltd 18 Fiveways Boulevard Keysborough VIC 3173 T: 03 9769 0666 F: 03 9769 0699 E: sales@hannainst.com.au W: www.hannainst.com.au Display advertiser Imbros P/L 1059 Cambridge Road Cambridge TAS 7170 T: 03 6216 1500; F: 03 6216 1555 E: imbros@imbros.com.au W: www.imbros.com.au Display advertiser Merck Millipore 207 Colchester Road Kilsyth VIC 3137 Contact: Shane Jordan-Hill T: 1800 335 571; F: 1300 360 418 E: mm.aus@merckgroup.com W: www.merckmillipore.com Nitrates Hanna Instruments Pty Ltd 18 Fiveways Boulevard Keysborough VIC 3173 T: 03 9769 0666; F: 03 9769 0699 E: sales@hannainst.com.au W: www.hannainst.com.au Display advertiser Imbros P/L 1059 Cambridge Road Cambridge TAS 7170 T: 03 6216 1500; F: 03 6216 1555 E: imbros@imbros.com.au W: www.imbros.com.au Display advertiser Merck Millipore 207 Colchester Road Kilsyth VIC 3137 Contact: Shane Jordan-Hill T: 1800 335 571; F: 1300 360 418 E: mm.aus@merckgroup.com W: www.merckmillipore.com

pH Hanna Instruments Pty Ltd 18 Fiveways Boulevard Keysborough VIC 3173 T: 03 9769 0666 F: 03 9769 0699 E: sales@hannainst.com.au W: www.hannainst.com.au Display advertiser Imbros P/L 1059 Cambridge Road Cambridge TAS 7170 T: 03 6216 1500 F: 03 6216 1555 E: imbros@imbros.com.au W: www.imbros.com.au Display advertiser Merck Millipore 207 Colchester Road Kilsyth VIC 3137 Contact: Shane Jordan-Hill T: 1800 335 571 F: 1300 360 418 E: mm.aus@merckgroup.com W: www.merckmillipore.com Soil Hanna Instruments Pty Ltd 18 Fiveways Boulevard Keysborough VIC 3173 T: 03 9769 0666; F: 03 9769 0699 E: sales@hannainst.com.au W: www.hannainst.com.au Display advertiser Imbros P/L 1059 Cambridge Road Cambridge TAS 7170 T: 03 6216 1500; F: 03 6216 1555 E: imbros@imbros.com.au W: www.imbros.com.au Display advertiser

Merck Millipore 207 Colchester Road Kilsyth VIC 3137 Contact: Shane Jordan-Hill T: 1800 335 571 F: 1300 360 418 E: mm.aus@merckgroup.com W: www.merckmillipore.com Water Hardness Imbros P/L 1059 Cambridge Road Cambridge TAS 7170 T: 03 6216 1500 F: 03 6216 1555 E: imbros@imbros.com.au W: www.imbros.com.au Display advertiser Merck Millipore 207 Colchester Road Kilsyth VIC 3137 Contact: Shane Jordan-Hill T: 1800 335 571; F: 1300 360 418 E: mm.aus@merckgroup.com W: www.merckmillipore.com Others Imbros P/L 1059 Cambridge Road Cambridge TAS 7170 T: 03 6216 1500; F: 03 6216 1555 E: imbros@imbros.com.au W: www.imbros.com.au Display advertiser Merck Millipore 207 Colchester Road Kilsyth VIC 3137 Contact: Shane Jordan-Hill T: 1800 335 571; F: 1300 360 418 E: mm.aus@merckgroup.com W: www.merckmillipore.com

Merck Millipore 207 Colchester Road Kilsyth VIC 3137 Contact: Shane Jordan-Hill T: 1800 335 571; F: 1300 360 418 E: mm.aus@merckgroup.com W: www.merckmillipore.com

TIDE RECORDERS Imbros P/L 1059 Cambridge Road Cambridge TAS 7170 T: 03 6216 1500; F: 03 6216 1555 E: imbros@imbros.com.au W: www.imbros.com.au Display advertiser

Sulphide Imbros P/L 1059 Cambridge Road Cambridge TAS 7170 T: 03 6216 1500; F: 03 6216 1555 E: imbros@imbros.com.au W: www.imbros.com.au Display advertiser

TIMERS Imbros P/L 1059 Cambridge Road Cambridge TAS 7170 T: 03 6216 1500; F: 03 6216 1555 E: imbros@imbros.com.au W: www.imbros.com.au Display advertiser

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TRANSPORTING AND STORAGE Orion Australia 2 East Goderich Street Deloraine TAS 7304 Freeecall: 1800 752 784 Freefax: 1800 066 685 E: sales@orionaustralia.com.au W: www.orionaustralia.com.au

Plastic TTP Plastics by Design PO Box 209 Carole Park QLD 4300 T: 07 3271 1755 F: 07 3271 3298 E: info@ttpplastics.com.au W:www.ttpplastics.com.au Display advertiser

UV STERILISERS Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933; F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser

Insulated bins Silverlock Packaging 22 Somerton Park Drive Campbellfield VIC 3061 T: 1300 551 605 E: bruce@silverlock.com.au W: www.silverlockpackaging.com.au Offices in SA & WA Display advertiser

TUBING Imbros P/L 1059 Cambridge Road Cambridge TAS 7170 T: 03 6216 1500 F: 03 6216 1555 E: imbros@imbros.com.au W: www.imbros.com.au Display advertiser

Davey Water Products P/L 6 Lakeview Drive Scoresby VIC 3179 T: 1300 2 DAVEY; F:1300 369 119 E: sales@davey.com.au W: www.davey.com.au

TRAPS RBM Aquaculture PO Box 3 Karuah NSW 2324 T/F: 02 4997 5160 E: rob@rbmaqua.com.au W: www.rbmaqua.com.au

UNDERWATER CAMERAS Imbros P/L 1059 Cambridge Road Cambridge TAS 7170 T: 03 6216 1500 F: 03 6216 1555 E: imbros@imbros.com.au W: www.imbros.com.au Display advertiser

Yabbie RBM Aquaculture PO Box 3 Karuah NSW 2324 T/F: 02 4997 5160 E: rob@rbmaqua.com.au W: www.rbmaqua.com.au Ridley Aqua Feed P/L 12 - 18 Neon Street Narangba QLD 4504 (PO Box 187 Deception Bay QLD 4508) Freecall: 1800 268 200 T: 07 3817 9800; F: 07 3883 1618 E: aquafeed@ridley.com.au W: www.ridley.com.au TROUGHS Fibreglass Ajay / Duraplas Tanks Robb Street Russelton Industrial Estate Alstonville NSW 2477 Freecall: 1300 Duraplas (387 275) T: 02 6628 0002; F: 02 6628 3804 E: info@duraplas.com.au W: www.duraplas.com.au W: www.ajayfibreglass.com.au Display advertiser

UNDERWATER LIGHTS BGB Marine â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Underwater Light and Vision Distributed in Aust and NZ by Tank Tec 22 Pothana Rd, Electrona TAS 7054 (PO Box 592 Snug TAS 7054) T: 1300 659 982 M: 0409 184 953 E: info@tanktec.com.au W: www.bgbinnovation.com Display advertiser

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Crayfish Aquaculture Services Australia P/L 30 Cecil Street Kew VIC 3101 T: 03 9817 3043 E: mosig@netspace.net.au Display advertiser

Fresh By Design Group Sales, Design, Fabrication, Installation & Support W: www.freshbydesign.com.au Head Office: 3 Old Oak Place (PO Box 1020) Moss Vale NSW 2577 T: 02 4868 1762 ; F: 02 4868 2 206 Contact Ben: 0419 288 712 E: ben@freshbydesign.com.au Factory: 320 High St Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 0988 Contact Lindsay: 0419 288 712 E: lindsay@freshbydesign.com.au Contact Ryan: 0417 185 555 E: ryan@freshbydesign.com.au Display advertiser

UNDERWATER VIDEO SYSTEMS Imbros P/L 1059 Cambridge Road Cambridge TAS 7170 T: 03 6216 1500 F: 03 6216 1555 E: imbros@imbros.com.au W: www.imbros.com.au Display advertiser UV-RESISTANT PLASTIC COATED POLES Woodshield Pty Ltd Lot 12, 1 Quarry Road Tottenham VIC 3012 (PO Box 256 Carole Park QLD 4300) T: 1300 622 906 ; F: 07 32715575 E: info@woodshield.com.au W: www.woodshield.com.au Austasia Aquaculture | Trade Directory 2013

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UV lamp specialists for water treatment in the Aquaculture Industry

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For fast, effective + reliable bacteria control Heraeus Amba Australia Pty Ltd VIC: 03 9874 7455 NSW: 02 4294 4682 ÜÜÜ°…iÀ>iÕǘœLiˆ}…Ì°Vœ“É>Õ

UV STERILISERS (cont) Heraeus Amba Australia 3 / 41 - 49 Norcal Road Nunawading VIC 3131 T: 03 9874 7455 F: 03 9874 7488 E: tess.fitzpatrick@heraeus.com W: www.heraeus-noblelight.com.au Display advertiser

UPWELLERS Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933 F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser

Scanz Technologies Ltd PO Box 26 - 148 Auckland 1344 New Zealand T: +64 9 520 2544 F: + 64 9 520 4023 Aust Toll free: 1800 129 876 E: info@scanztech.com W: www.scanztech.com Display advertiser

Seafarm Systems (A Division of Plastic Fabrications P/L) 8 Negara Crescent Goodwood TAS 7010 T: + 61 03 6274 0222 F: + 61 03 6274 0234 E: sales@seafarm-systems.com W: www.seafarm-systems.com Display advertiser

Ultra Violet Products (Aust) P/L 15 Marlow Road Keswick SA 5035 T: 1800 081 880; F: 08 8351 2811 E: uvproducts@CHARIOT.net.au W: www.uvp.com.au Display advertiser

UV-Guard Australia Pty Ltd Unit 3 Gateway Business Park, 63-79 Parramatta Road, Silverwater NSW 2128 Ph: 02 9631 4900 Fax: 02 9647 2977 Email: ross.dive@uvguard.com.au or graeme.hespe@uvguard.com.au

ULTRA-VIOLET and OZONE Disinfection for Aquaculture Protect your stock from pathogens and disease with the UV-Guard disinfection systems. t UV systems to suit high and low water flows t Stainless steel, polyethylene (HDPE) and PVC chambers. HDPE and PVC units for saltwater applications with no corrosion t New technology, powerful energy efficient long life lamps t We manufacture and provide service and support t Highest quality UV lamps and quartz sleeves at competitive prices for all UV brands and models. t Lowest operating cost Ozone Systems The principals, Graeme Hespe and Ross Dive have many years experience in the manufacture and supply of UV units to the aquaculture industry.

VACCINATION EQUIPMENT ADSI (Aquatic Diagnostic Services Int. P/L) 6 Commodore Court Banora Point NSW 2486 M: 0409 727 853 F: 07 5513 1113 E: info@adsi.com.au W: www.adsi.com.au (Australian distributor for Syndel Ltd Canada Display advertiser VALVES Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933; F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser WADERS AND FOOTWEAR Anchor Wetsuits / Fly’n Dry Waders 10 Negara Crescent Goodwood TAS 7010 T: 03 6272 0666 E: enquiries@anchorwetsuits.com.au W: www.flyndrywaders.com.au W:www.anchorwetsuits.com.au Seafarm Systems (A Division of Plastic Fabrications P/L) 8 Negara Crescent Goodwood TAS 7010 T: + 61 03 6274 0222 F: + 61 03 6274 0234 E: sales@seafarm-systems.com W: www.seafarm-systems.com Display advertiser

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Tasmanian Marine Distributors 28 Merton Vale Circuit Kingston TAS 7050 (PO Box 332 Kingston TAS 7051) T: 03 6229 6741 F: 03 6229 1002 E: sales@tmdmarine.com.au W: www.tmdmarine.com.au WASTE WATER MEASUREMENT Australian Pump Industries Tsurumi Pump Divison 7 Gladstone Rd Castle Hill NSW 2154 T: 02 8865 3500 F: 02 9894 4240 E: cbridgement@aussiepumps.com.au W: www.aussiepumps.com.au

WASTE WATER TREATMENT Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933 F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser Expo Net Australia P/L Suppliers of Bio-Blok速 Biological Filtration Media T: 0400 994 526; F: 03 9894 5915 E: gp@expo-net.com.au W: www.expo-net.com.au Fresh By Design Group Sales, Design, Fabrication, Installation & Support W: www.freshbydesign.com.au Head Office: 3 Old Oak Place (PO Box 1020) Moss Vale NSW 2577 T: 02 4868 1762 ; F: 02 4868 2 206 Contact Ben: 0419 288 712 E: ben@freshbydesign.com.au Factory: 320 High St Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 0988 Contact Lindsay: 0419 288 712 E: lindsay@freshbydesign.com.au Contact Ryan: 0417 185 555 E: ryan@freshbydesign.com.au Display advertiser

Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933 F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser Fresh By Design Group Sales, Design, Fabrication, Installation & Support W: www.freshbydesign.com.au Head Office: 3 Old Oak Place (PO Box 1020) Moss Vale NSW 2577 T: 02 4868 1762 F: 02 4868 2 206 Contact Ben: 0419 288 712 E: ben@freshbydesign.com.au Factory: 320 High St Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 0988 Contact Lindsay: 0419 288 712 E: lindsay@freshbydesign.com.au Contact Ryan: 0417 185 555 E: ryan@freshbydesign.com.au Display advertiser Solarwise Freecall: 1800 805 287 M: 0407 716 940 (Sean Finemore) M: 0407 716 937 (Steven Fitch) E: alison@qis.com.au W: www.solarwise.com.au WATER COLOURANT Fresh By Design Group Sales, Design, Fabrication, Installation & Support W: www.freshbydesign.com.au Head Office: 3 Old Oak Place (PO Box 1020) Moss Vale NSW 2577 T: 02 4868 1762 ; F: 02 4868 2 206 Contact Ben: 0419 288 712 E: ben@freshbydesign.com.au Factory: 320 High St Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 0988 Contact Lindsay: 0419 288 712 E: lindsay@freshbydesign.com.au Contact Ryan: 0417 185 555 E: ryan@freshbydesign.com.au Display advertiser

Primo Aquaculture P/L Aquatic Blue WSP PO Box 187 Deception Bay QLD 4508 Sales Freecall: 1800 024 850 F: 1300 308 001 E: primo@ridley.com.au W: www.primo.net.au Display advertiser WATERPROOF SAFETY WEAR Tasmanian Marine Distributors 28 Merton Vale Circuit Kingston TAS 7050 (PO Box 332 Kingston TAS 7051) T: 03 6229 6741 F: 03 6229 1002 E: sales@tmdmarine.com.au W: www.tmdmarine.com.au WATER PURIFICATION AND TREATMENT EQUIPMENT Earthan Group Pty Ltd (Integrated Aquaculture Consultation, Design & Construction) PO Box 127 Redbank QLD 4301 T: 0439 468 201 E: paul@earthangroup.com.au W: www.earthangroup.com.au Expo Net Australia P/L Suppliers of Bio-Blok速 Biological Filtration Media T: 0400 994 526 F: 03 9894 5915 E: gp@expo-net.com.au W: www.expo-net.com.au Hanna Instruments Pty Ltd 18 Fiveways Boulevard Keysborough VIC 3173 T: 03 9769 0666 F: 03 9769 0699 E: sales@hannainst.com.au W: www.hannainst.com.au Display advertiser

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PRODUCTS AND SUPPLIES

Merck Millipore 207 Colchester Road Kilsyth VIC 3137 Contact: Shane Jordan-Hill T: 1800 335 571 F: 1300 360 418 E: mm.aus@merckgroup.com W: www.merckmillipore.com

WATER CHILLERS Aquahort 52 Maraetai Heights Road Maraetai Beach Auckland New Zealand T: +64 9 536 6201 E: info@aquahort.com W: www.aquahort.com


Affordable Water Quality Meters from HANNA for 2013 Upgraded instrument range rice es Affordable prices errviice Dedicated service PRODUCTS AND SUPPLIES

• Dissolved oxygen meters • pH meters • Conductivity meters • Turbidity meters • Digital refractometers • Multi-parameter meters • Photometers for: alkalinity, free and total chlorine (trace), ammonia, iron, nitrate, nitrite, phosphate, phosphorus and more. Single or

WATER PURIFICATION AND TREATMENT EQUIPMENT (cont) Heraeus Amba Australia 3 / 41 - 49 Norcal Road Nunawading VIC 3131 T: 03 9874 7455 F: 03 9874 7488 E: tess.fitzpatrick@heraeus.com W: www.heraeus-noblelight.com.au Display advertiser Optimax Aquatech PO Box 164 Robe SA 5276 M: 0427 093 632 E: mjdavis1@bigpond.com.au PDA Blower Company 34 Nicole Way Dandenong South VIC 3175 T: 03 9794 0855 F: 03 9794 0722 E: mail@pdablower.com.au W: www.pdablower.com.au NSW Office: T: 02 9594 0884: F: 02 9594 0885 E: rmason@pdablower.com.au Ultra Violet Products (Aust) P/L 15 Marlow Road Keswick SA 5035 T: 1800 081 880; F: 08 8351 2811 E: uvproducts@CHARIOT.net.au W: www.uvp.com.au Display advertiser

multi-parameter • Temperature meters

For more information call

03 9769 0666 Fax: 03 9769 0699 Email: sales@hannainst.com.au Web: www.hannainst.com.au & www.hannachecker.com.au

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WATER QUALITY ANALYSIS EQUIPMENT Hanna Instruments Pty Ltd 18 Fiveways Boulevard Keysborough VIC 3173 T: 03 9769 0666; F: 03 9769 0699 E: sales@hannainst.com.au W: www.hannainst.com.au Display advertiser Imbros P/L 1059 Cambridge Road Cambridge TAS 7170 T: 03 6216 1500; F: 03 6216 1555 E: imbros@imbros.com.au W: www.imbros.com.au Display advertiser Merck Millipore 207 Colchester Road Kilsyth VIC 3137 Contact: Shane Jordan-Hill T: 1800 335 571; F: 1300 360 418 E: mm.aus@merckgroup.com W: www.merckmillipore.com


Palintest Water Testing Systems Unit 1/53 Lorraine Street Peakhurst NSW 2210 T: 1300 131 516 F: 1300 131 986 E: palintest@palintest.com.au W: www.palintest.com.au

UV Guard Australia P/L Unit 3 Gateway Business Park 63 - 79 Parramatta Road Silverwater NSW 2128 T: 02 9631 4900 F: 02 9647 2977 E: ross.dive@uvguard.com.au W: www.uvguard.com.au Display advertiser

WATER RECYCLING EQUIPMENT Optimax Aquatech PO Box 164 Robe SA 5276 M: 0427 093 632 E: mjdavis1@bigpond.com.au

WATER TEMPERATURE CONTROLS Aquahort 52 Maraetai Heights Road Maraetai Beach Auckland New Zealand T: +64 9 536 6201 E: info@aquahort.com W: www.aquahort.com

WATER SAMPLING EQUIPMENT

WATER STERILISERS Ultraviolet Davey Water Products P/L 6 Lakeview Drive Scoresby VIC 3179 T: 1300 2 DAVEY F:1300 369 119 E: sales@davey.com.au W: www.davey.com.au Heraeus Amba Australia 3 / 41 - 49 Norcal Road Nunawading VIC 3131 T: 03 9874 7455 F: 03 9874 7488 E: tess.fitzpatrick@heraeus.com W: www.heraeus-noblelight.com.au Display advertiser Ultra Violet Products (Aust) P/L 15 Marlow Road Keswick SA 5035 T: 1800 081 880 F: 08 8351 2811 E: uvproducts@CHARIOT.net.au W: www.uvp.com.au Display advertiser

Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933 F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser WEED CONTROL Primo Aquaculture P/L Aquatic Blue WSP PO Box 187 Deception Bay QLD 4508 Sales Freecall: 1800 024 850 F: 1300 308 001 E: primo@ridley.com.au W: www.primo.net.au Display advertiser WETSUITS Anchor Wetsuits / Flyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;n Dry Waders 10 Negara Crescent Goodwood TAS 7010 T: 03 6272 0666 E: enquiries@anchorwetsuits.com.au W: www.flyndrywaders.com.au W:www.anchorwetsuits.com.au

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Imbros P/L 1059 Cambridge Road Cambridge TAS 7170 T: 03 6216 1500 F: 03 6216 1555 E: imbros@imbros.com.au W: www.imbros.com.au Display advertiser

ULTRAVIOLET EQUIPMENT Complete sales & service of: > Electric Bug Zappers > Electric Bug Trappers > Germicidal UV Lamps

WET WEATHER CLOTHING Tasmanian Marine Distributors 28 Merton Vale Circuit Kingston TAS 7050 (PO Box 332 Kingston TAS 7051) T: 03 6229 6741 F: 03 6229 1002 E: sales@tmdmarine.com.au W: www.tmdmarine.com.au

> UV Water Sterilization > Odakil Ozone Generators > Shatterproof Fluoro Lamps

Ultra Violet Products Aust Pty Ltd 15 Marlow Road Keswick SA 5035

Ph: 08 8351 2822 Fax: 08 8351 2811

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ADVERTISING AND PROMOTIONS Ruello & Associates P/L PO Box 333 Clifton Beach QLD 4879 T: 0418 210 031 E: nick@ruello.com

AQUACULTURE & SEAFOOD CERTIFICATION Not sure of what you need to do? Or when you need to do it? Worried about excessive expenditure on the wrong program? Talk to us first for advice on: > Supercharging your Management Systems (Quality, Environmental, OH&S, HACCP/Food Safety) for a better business. > Training for effective Internal Audits and Management Reviews (RABQSA accredited). > Selection and benchmarking of national and international certification programs – what is the best bang for your buck? > MSC Chain of Custody, GAA BAP (Hatcheries, Farms, Seafood Processing – GFSI standard), Global GAP (Farms and Aquaculture).

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ANALYTICAL SERVICES Cawthron Institute Private Bag 2, Nelson 7042 New Zealand T: +64 03 548 2319; F: +63 03 546 9464 E: info@cawthron.org.nz W: www.cawthron.org.nz Contact: Augusta Van Wijk T: +64 3 548 2319 Extn:329 E: augusta.vanwijk@cawthron.org.nz AQUARIUM SYSTEMS Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933; F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser AUCTIONS Sydney Fish Market Bank Street (Locked Bag 247) Pyrmont NSW 2009 T: 02 9004 1106; F: 02 9004 1171 W: www.sydneyfishmarket.com.au CARGO AND EXPORT INSURANCE Midland Insurance Brokers PO Box 404 Carlton South VIC 3053 T: 1300 306 571 F: 03 9349 2787 E: aquculture@midlandinsurance.com.au W: www.midlandinsurance.com.au Display advertiser Risk Insure Pty Ltd 452 Pulteney Street Adelaide SA 5000 T: 08 8232 2311; F: 08 8232 2836 Contact: Graham Gulliford or Sean Carlier E: grahamg@riskinsure.com.au E: seanc@riskinsure.com.au W: www.riskinsure.com.au CERTIFICATION Dosaqua 6 Hartwell Place Cheltenham VIC 3192 T: 0418 130 595 E: dos@dosaqua.com.au Display advertiser

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CONSTRUCTION Earthan Group Pty Ltd (Integrated Aquaculture Consultation, Design & Construction) PO Box 127 Redbank QLD 4301 T: 0439 468 201 E: paul@earthangroup.com.au W: www.earthangroup.com.au

NCMCRS Australian Maritime College / University of Tasmania (National Centre for Marine Conservation and Resource Sustainability) Locked Bag 1370 Launceston TAS 7250 T: 03 6324 3820; F: 03 6324 3804 E: j.purser@amc.edu.au W: www.amc.edu.au/marineconservation-sustainability

CONSULTANTS ADSI (Aquatic Diagnostic Services Int. P/L) 6 Commodore Court Banora Point NSW 2486 M: 0409 727 853 F: 07 5513 1113 E: info@adsi.com.au W: www.adsi.com.au (Australian distributor for Syndel Ltd Canada Display advertiser

Phoslock Pty Ltd Producer /Distributor of Phoslock TM Suite 302, 110 Pacific Highway St Leonards NSW 2065 T: 07 5465 4888 T: 02 9439 7715 F: 02 9460 8973 E: awinks@phoslock.com.au W: www.phoslock.com.au Display advertiser

Aqua Agri Enterprises P/L 36 Pyke Street Teesdale VIC 3328 T: 03 5281 5722 M: 0408 109 946 E: admin@aquaagrienterprises.com.au W: www.aquaagrienterprises.com.au Aquabuild Australia 16 Monica Street Tootgarook VIC 3941 T: 0419 894 172 E: bbc.aquabuild@gmail.com W: www.aquabuildaustralia.com.au

RBM Aquaculture PO Box 3 Karuah NSW 2324 T/F: 02 4997 5160 E: rob@rbmaqua.com.au W: www.rbmaqua.com.au Ridley Aqua Feed P/L 12 - 18 Neon Street Narangba QLD 4504 (PO Box 187 Deception Bay QLD 4508) Freecall: 1800 268 200 T: 07 3817 9800 F: 07 3883 1618 E: aquafeed@ridley.com.au W: www.ridley.com.au

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CONSULTANTS (cont) Algal Bloom Mitigation Phoslock Pty Ltd Producer /Distributor of Phoslock TM Suite 302, 110 Pacific Highway St Leonards NSW 2065 T: 07 5465 4888 / 02 9439 7715 F: 02 9460 8973 E: awinks@phoslock.com.au W: www.phoslock.com.au Display advertiser Disease & Water Quality Baseline Unit 6, 8 Shannon Place Virginia QLD 4014 T: 07 3356 6111; F: 07 3356 6833 E: aquacult@baseline.com.au W: www.baseline.com.au Display advertiser Future Fisheries Veterinary Service PO Box 7142 East Ballina NSW 2478 Dr Matt Landos: 0437 492 863 E: matty.landos@gmail.com Dr Christine Huynh: 0450 035 001 E: christine.huynh265@gmail.com Panaquatic Health Solutions P/L Suite 3, 814 Glenferrie Road Hawthorn VIC 3122 T: +61 3 9818 5100; F:+ 61 3 9818 1200 M: 0404 121 996 E: info@panaquatic.com.au W: www.panaquatic.com Display advertiser

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Environmental Hollings Resource Management Ltd PO Box 104016 Auckland 0654 New Zealand T: +64 9 378 7001 / +6427 495 3957 F: +64 9 378 6939 E: tom@hrm.co.nz Farm Design BioSys Consulting Pty Ltd Suite 4.1, 105 Kippax Street Surrey Hills NSW 2010 T: 0408 665 770; F: 02 9634 1472 E: projects@biosysconsulting.com.au W: www.biosysconsulting.com.au Display advertiser Earthan Group Pty Ltd (Integrated Aquaculture Consultation, Design & Construction) PO Box 127 Redbank QLD 4301 T: 0439 468 201 E: paul@earthangroup.com.au W: www.earthangroup.com.au

Feed Formulation E N Hutchinson Ltd PO Box 25146 St Helens Auckland New Zealand 1740 T: +64 9 527 0601; F: +64 9 527 0602 E: pete@enhutchinson.co.nz W: www.enhutchinson.co.nz

Pond Design Aquaculture Services Australia P/L 30 Cecil Street Kew VIC 3101 T: 03 9817 3043 E: mosig@netspace.net.au Display advertiser

Fisheries Biology Hollings Resource Management Ltd PO Box 104016 Auckland 0654 New Zealand T: +64 9 378 7001 / +6427 495 3957 F: +64 9 378 6939 E: tom@hrm.co.nz

Recirculation Systems BioSys Consulting Pty Ltd Suite 4.1, 105 Kippax Street Surrey Hills NSW 2010 T: 0408 665 770 F: 02 9634 1472 E: projects@biosysconsulting.com.au W: www.biosysconsulting.com.au Display advertiser

Insulation Specialists Solarwise Freecall: 1800 805 287 M: 0407 716 940 (Sean Finemore) M: 0407 716 937 (Steven Fitch) E: alison@qis.com.au W: www.solarwise.com.au Intensive Growout Aquaculture Services Australia P/L 30 Cecil Street Kew VIC 3101 T: 03 9817 3043 E: mosig@netspace.net.au Display advertiser Management Hollings Resource Management Ltd PO Box 104016 Auckland 0654 New Zealand T: +64 9 378 7001 / +6427 495 3957 F: +64 9 378 6939 E: tom@hrm.co.nz Management Systems/Reviews Dosaqua 6 Hartwell Place Cheltenham VIC 3192 T: 0418 130 595 E: dos@dosaqua.com.au Display advertiser Marketing Ruello & Associates P/L PO Box 333 Clifton Beach QLD 4879 T: 0418 210 031 E: nick@ruello.com Mooring Analysis Aqualine Australasia 13 - 17 Castray Esplanade Battery Point TAS 7004 Postal: 2/26 Ocean Esplanade Blackmans Bay TAS 7052 T: 0417 191 234, AH: 03 6229 9579 E: barry.mcclure@bigpond.com W: www.aqualine.no Display advertiser

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E N Hutchinson Ltd PO Box 25146 St Helens Auckland NEW ZEALAND 1740 T: +64 9 527 0601 F: +64 9 527 0602 E: pete@enhutchinson.co.nz W: www.enhutchinson.co.nz Rubber & Polymer Engineering TTP Plastics by Design PO Box 209 Carole Park QLD 4300 T: 07 3271 1755; F: 07 3271 3298 E: info@ttpplastics.com.au W:www.ttpplastics.com.au Display advertiser Semi-Intensive Culture Aquaculture Services Australia P/L 30 Cecil Street Kew VIC 3101 T: 03 9817 3043 E: mosig@netspace.net.au Display advertiser Underwater Lighting Systems BGB Marine - Underwater Light and Vision Distributed in Aust and NZ by Tank Tec 22 Pothana Rd, Electrona TAS 7054 (PO Box 592 Snug TAS 7054) T: 1300 659 982 M: 0409 184 953 E: info@tanktec.com.au W: www.bgbinnovation.com Display advertiser Water Systems Engineering Aquaculture Services Australia P/L 30 Cecil Street Kew VIC 3101 T: 03 9817 3043 E: mosig@netspace.net.au Display advertiser


Water Quality Control Aquaculture Services Australia P/L 30 Cecil Street Kew VIC 3101 T: 03 9817 3043 E: mosig@netspace.net.au Display advertiser Baseline Unit 6, 8 Shannon Place Virginia QLD 4014 T: 07 3356 6111; F: 07 3356 6833 E: aquacult@baseline.com.au W: www.baseline.com.au Display advertiser CONTRACT RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT Cawthron Institute Private Bag 2, Nelson 7042 New Zealand T: +64 03 548 2319; F: +63 03 546 9464 E: info@cawthron.org.nz W: www.cawthron.org.nz Contact: Mike Mandeno T: +64 3 539 3254 E: mike.mandeno@cawthron.org.nz FRDC (Fisheries Research & Development Corp) PO Box 222 Deakin West ACT 2600 T: 02 6285 0400 / F: 02 6285 4421 E: frdc@frdc.com.au W: www.frdc.com.au Display advertiser

CULTURE AND PRODUCTION SYSTEMS – FISH Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933 F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser Freshwater Aquaculture Services Australia P/L 30 Cecil Street Kew VIC 3101 T: 03 9817 3043 E: mosig@netspace.net.au Display advertiser Uarah Fisheries Old Wagga Road Grong Grong NSW 2652 T: 02 6956 2147 F: 02 6956 2245 M: 0428 696 927 E: ufisheries@gmail.com.au Display advertiser Warm Water Fish Aquaculture Services Australia P/L 30 Cecil Street Kew VIC 3101 T: 03 9817 3043 E: mosig@netspace.net.au Display advertiser

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NCMCRS Australian Maritime College / University of Tasmania (National Centre for Marine Conservation and Resource Sustainability) Locked Bag 1370 Launceston TAS 7250 T: 03 6324 3820; F: 03 6324 3804 E: j.purser@amc.edu.au W: www.amc.edu.au/marineconservation-sustainability

Ruello & Associates P/L PO Box 333 Clifton Beach QLD 4879 T: 0418 210 031 E: nick@ruello.com

AQUATIC HEALTH Dr Paul Hardy-Smith Clinical Veterinarian Dr John Humphrey Consulting Veterinary Pathologist Suite 3, 814 Glenferrie Road Hawthorn, VIC, 3122 T: +61 3 9818 5100 • F: +61 3 9818 1200 M: 0404 121 996 • E: info@panaquatic.com www.panaquatic.com

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DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION Aquasonic P/L 14 Commerce Street (PO Box 311) Wauchope NSW 2446 T: 02 6586 4933; F: 02 6586 4944 E: sales@aquasonic.com.au W: www.aquasonic.com.au Display advertiser Earthan Group Pty Ltd (Integrated Aquaculture Consultation, Design & Construction) PO Box 127 Redbank QLD 4301 T: 0439 468 201 E: paul@earthangroup.com.au W: www.earthangroup.com.au DIAGNOSTIC Baseline Unit 6, 8 Shannon Place Virginia QLD 4014 T: 07 3356 6111; F: 07 3356 6833 E: aquacult@baseline.com.au W: www.baseline.com.au Display advertiser DISEASE IDENTIFICATION AND ERADICATION Baseline Unit 6, 8 Shannon Place Virginia QLD 4014 T: 07 3356 6111; F: 07 3356 6833 E: aquacult@baseline.com.au W: www.baseline.com.au Display advertiser

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Future Fisheries Veterinary Service PO Box 7142 East Ballina NSW 2478 Dr Matt Landos: 0437 492 863 E: matty.landos@gmail.com Dr Christine Huynh: 0450 035 001 E: christine.huynh265@gmail.com Panaquatic Health Solutions P/L Suite 3, 814 Glenferrie Road Hawthorn VIC 3122 T: +61 3 9818 5100; F:+ 61 3 9818 1200 M: 0404 121 996 E: info@panaquatic.com.au W: www.panaquatic.com Display advertiser EDUCATION Challenger Institute of Technology Contact: Greg Jenkins - Director of Australian Centre for Applied Aquaculture Research 1 Fleet Street Fremantle WA 6160 T/F: 08 9239 8200 E: greg.jenkins@challenger.wa.edu.au W: www.challenger.wa.edu.au Display advertiser

James Cook University School of Marine and Tropical Biology Faculty of Science and Engineering Townsville QLD 4811 T: 07 4781 4345 F: 07 4781 5511 E: mtb@jcu.edu.au W: www.jcu.edu.au/mtb Display advertiser NATFISH (National Fishing Industry Education Centre) TAFE NSW - North Coast Locked Bag 5 Grafton NSW 2460 T: 02 6644 4700 F: 02 6644 7767 E: natfish@tafensw.edu.au W: www.natfish.tafensw.edu.au NCMCRS Australian Maritime College / University of Tasmania (National Centre for Marine Conservation and Resource Sustainability) Locked Bag 1370 Launceston TAS 7250 T: 03 6324 3820 F: 03 6324 3804 E: j.purser@amc.edu.au W: www.amc.edu.au/marineconservation-sustainability Seafood Training Tasmania 2A Gladstone Street Hobart TAS 7000 Contact: Rory Byrne, Manager T: 03 6233 6442 F: 03 6223 2780 E: stt@seafoodtrainingtas.com.au W: www.seafoodtrainingtas.com.au Display advertiser EDUCATION AND INDUSTRY ASSOCIATIONS Seafood Training Tasmania 2A Gladstone Street Hobart TAS 7000 Contact: Rory Byrne, Manager T: 03 6233 6442 F: 03 6223 2780 E: stt@seafoodtrainingtas.com.au W: www.seafoodtrainingtas.com.au Display advertiser FEASIBILITY STUDIES Aquaculture Services Australia P/L 30 Cecil Street Kew VIC 3101 T: 03 9817 3043 E: mosig@netspace.net.au Display advertiser

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BioSys Consulting Pty Ltd Suite 4.1, 105 Kippax Street Surrey Hills NSW 2010 T: 0408 665 770 F: 02 9634 1472 E: projects@biosysconsulting.com.au W: www.biosysconsulting.com.au Display advertiser Hollings Resource Management Ltd PO Box 104016 Auckland 0654 New Zealand T: +64 9 378 7001 T: +6427 495 3957 F: +64 9 378 6939 E: tom@hrm.co.nz Ruello & Associates P/L PO Box 333 Clifton Beach QLD 4879 T: 0418 210 031 E: nick@ruello.com FINANCIAL PLANNING Risk Insure Pty Ltd 452 Pulteney Street Adelaide SA 5000 T: 08 8232 2311 F: 08 8232 2836 Contact: Graham Gulliford or Sean Carlier E: grahamg@riskinsure.com.au E: seanc@riskinsure.com.au W: www.riskinsure.com.au Sunderland Marine Mutual Insurance Company Ltd PO Box 754 Nelson New Zealand T: +64 3 546 8824 F: +64 3 546 8814 E: ck@smmi.co.nz W: www.smmi.co.uk Australian Office: 19 Agnes Street Jolimont East Melbourne VIC 3002 T: 03 9650 6288; F: 03 9650 6396 E: mutual@smmi.com.au W: www.sunderlandmarine.com/ australia Display advertiser FREEZING AND STORAGE BOC Limited 10 Julius Avenue North Ryde NSW 2113 T: 131 262; F: 132 427 E: contact@boc.com W: www.boc.com.au Display advertiser


GOVERNMENT FRDC (Fisheries Research & Development Corp) PO Box 222 Deakin West ACT 2600 T: 02 6285 0400 F: 02 6285 4421 E: frdc@frdc.com.au W: www.frdc.com.au Display advertiser HATCHERY DESIGN BioSys Consulting Pty Ltd Suite 4.1, 105 Kippax Street Surrey Hills NSW 2010 T: 0408 665 770 F: 02 9634 1472 E: projects@biosysconsulting.com.au W: www.biosysconsulting.com.au Display advertiser Cawthron Institute Private Bag 2, Nelson 7042 New Zealand T: +64 03 548 2319 F: +63 03 546 9464 E: info@cawthron.org.nz W: www.cawthron.org.nz Contact: Mike Mandeno T: +64 3 539 3254 E: mike.mandeno@cawthron.org.nz

Australian Centre for Applied Aquaculture Research (ACAAR) Australia’s largest marine fish R & D and training hatchery is now providing: Commercial supply of barramundi and yellowtail kingfish juveniles Live juvenile transport expertise Consultancies for marine fish hatcheries Marine fish hatchery training

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HATCHERY DESIGN (cont) Hygiene Control & Disease Minimisation Baseline Unit 6, 8 Shannon Place Virginia QLD 4014 T: 07 3356 6111 F: 07 3356 6833 E: aquacult@baseline.com.au W: www.baseline.com.au Display advertiser Future Fisheries Veterinary Service PO Box 7142 East Ballina NSW 2478 Dr Matt Landos: 0437 492 863 E: matty.landos@gmail.com Dr Christine Huynh: 0450 035 001 E: christine.huynh265@gmail.com Panaquatic Health Solutions P/L Suite 3, 814 Glenferrie Road Hawthorn VIC 3122 T: +61 3 9818 5100 F:+ 61 3 9818 1200 M: 0404 121 996 E: info@panaquatic.com.au W: www.panaquatic.com Display advertiser INSURANCE Midland Insurance Brokers PO Box 404 Carlton South VIC 3053 T: 1300 306 571; F: 03 9349 2787 E: aquculture@midlandinsurance.com.au W: www.midlandinsurance.com.au Display advertiser

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Risk Insure Pty Ltd 452 Pulteney Street Adelaide SA 5000 T: 08 8232 2311; F: 08 8232 2836 Contact: Graham Gulliford or Sean Carlier E: grahamg@riskinsure.com.au E: seanc@riskinsure.com.au W: www.riskinsure.com.au Sunderland Marine Mutual Insurance Company Ltd PO Box 754 Nelson New Zealand T: +64 3 546 8824; F: +64 3 546 8814 E: ck@smmi.co.nz W: www.smmi.co.uk Australian Office: 19 Agnes Street Jolimont East Melbourne VIC 3002 T: 03 9650 6288; F: 03 9650 6396 E: mutual@smmi.com.au W: www.sunderlandmarine.com/ australia Display advertiser

Insurance Agents Risk Insure Pty Ltd 452 Pulteney Street Adelaide SA 5000 T: 08 8232 2311; F: 08 8232 2836 Contact: Graham Gulliford or Sean Carlier E: grahamg@riskinsure.com.au E: seanc@riskinsure.com.au W: www.riskinsure.com.au Insurance Brokers Midland Insurance Brokers PO Box 404 Carlton South VIC 3053 T: 1300 306 571; F: 03 9349 2787 E: aquculture@midlandinsurance.com.au W: www.midlandinsurance.com.au Display advertiser Risk Insure Pty Ltd 452 Pulteney Street Adelaide SA 5000 T: 08 8232 2311; F: 08 8232 2836 Contact: Graham Gulliford or Sean Carlier E: grahamg@riskinsure.com.au E: seanc@riskinsure.com.au W: www.riskinsure.com.au INSURANCE UNDERWRITERS Risk Insure Pty Ltd 452 Pulteney Street Adelaide SA 5000 T: 08 8232 2311; F: 08 8232 2836 Contact: Graham Gulliford or Sean Carlier E: grahamg@riskinsure.com.au E: seanc@riskinsure.com.au W: www.riskinsure.com.au Sunderland Marine Mutual Insurance Company Ltd PO Box 754 Nelson New Zealand T: +64 3 546 8824; F: +64 3 546 8814 E: ck@smmi.co.nz W: www.smmi.co.uk Australian Office: 19 Agnes Street Jolimont East Melbourne VIC 3002 T: 03 9650 6288; F: 03 9650 6396 E: mutual@smmi.com.au W: www.sunderlandmarine.com/ australia Display advertiser INTERNET TRADING SFMLive - Sydney Fish Market Bank Street (Locked Bag 247) Pyrmont NSW 2009 T: 02 9004 1106; F: 02 9004 1171 SFMLive: 1300 13LIVE W: www.sfmlive.com.au

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MANAGEMENT Hollings Resource Management Ltd PO Box 104016 Auckland 0654 New Zealand T: +64 9 378 7001 / +6427 495 3957 F: +64 9 378 6939 E: tom@hrm.co.nz MARINE AND HULL INSURANCE Midland Insurance Brokers PO Box 404 Carlton South VIC 3053 T: 1300 306 571; F: 03 9349 2787 E: aquculture@midlandinsurance.com.au W: www.midlandinsurance.com.au Display advertiser Risk Insure Pty Ltd 452 Pulteney Street Adelaide SA 5000 T: 08 8232 2311; F: 08 8232 2836 Contact: Graham Gulliford or Sean Carlier E: grahamg@riskinsure.com.au E: seanc@riskinsure.com.au W: www.riskinsure.com.au MARKETING Sydney Fish Market Bank Street (Locked Bag 247) Pyrmont NSW 2009 T: 02 9004 1106; F: 02 9004 1171 W: www.sydneyfishmarket.com.au MICROBIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS Baseline Unit 6, 8 Shannon Place Virginia QLD 4014 T: 07 3356 6111; F: 07 3356 6833 E: aquacult@baseline.com.au W: www.baseline.com.au Display advertiser NURSERY DESIGN Cawthron Institute Private Bag 2, Nelson 7042 New Zealand T: +64 03 548 2319; F: +63 03 546 9464 E: info@cawthron.org.nz W: www.cawthron.org.nz Contact: Mike Mandeno T: +64 3 539 3254 E: mike.mandeno@cawthron.org.nz PLASTIC INJECTION TOOLING AND MOULDING SEAPA Pty Ltd 26-28 Erudina Avenue Edwardstown SA 5039 T: + 61 8 8357 6611; F: + 61 8 8357 4722 E: seapa@seapa.com.au W: www.seapa.com.au


TTP Plastics by Design PO Box 209 Carole Park QLD 4300 T: 07 3271 1755; F: 07 3271 3298 E: info@ttpplastics.com.au W:www.ttpplastics.com.au Display advertiser PROJECT DEVELOPMENT Risk Insure Pty Ltd 452 Pulteney Street Adelaide SA 5000 T: 08 8232 2311; F: 08 8232 2836 Contact: Graham Gulliford or Sean Carlier E: grahamg@riskinsure.com.au E: seanc@riskinsure.com.au W: www.riskinsure.com.au POND CONSTRUCTION Australian Lining Company P/L 39 Keane Street Currajong QLD 4812 T: 07 4728 9170; F: 07 4725 1883 E: sales@austliningco.com.au W: www.austliningco.com.au

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Cawthron Institute Private Bag 2, Nelson 7042 New Zealand T: +64 03 548 2319; F: +63 03 546 9464 E: info@cawthron.org.nz W: www.cawthron.org.nz Contact: Mike Mandeno: +64 3 539 3254 E: mike.mandeno@cawthron.org.nz PUBLISHING FRDC (Fisheries Research & Development Corp) PO Box 222 Deakin West ACT 2600 T: 02 6285 0400 F: 02 6285 4421 E: frdc@frdc.com.au W: www.frdc.com.au Display advertiser

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RISK MANAGEMENT Future Fisheries Veterinary Service PO Box 7142 East Ballina NSW 2478 Dr Matt Landos: 0437 492 863 E: matty.landos@gmail.com Dr Christine Huynh: 0450 035 001 E: christine.huynh265@gmail.com Panaquatic Health Solutions P/L Suite 3, 814 Glenferrie Road Hawthorn VIC 3122 T: +61 3 9818 5100 F:+ 61 3 9818 1200 M: 0404 121 996 E: info@panaquatic.com.au W: www.panaquatic.com Display advertiser Risk Insure Pty Ltd 452 Pulteney Street Adelaide SA 5000 T: 08 8232 2311 F: 08 8232 2836 Contact: Graham Gulliford or Sean Carlier E: grahamg@riskinsure.com.au E: seanc@riskinsure.com.au W: www.riskinsure.com.au

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Sunderland Marine Mutual Insurance Company Ltd PO Box 754 Nelson New Zealand T: +64 3 546 8824; F: +64 3 546 8814 E: ck@smmi.co.nz W: www.smmi.co.uk Australian Office: 19 Agnes Street Jolimont East Melbourne VIC 3002 T: 03 9650 6288; F: 03 9650 6396 E: mutual@smmi.com.au W: www.sunderlandmarine.com/ australia Display advertiser SELLING SYSTEMS Sydney Fish Market Bank Street (Locked Bag 247) Pyrmont NSW 2009 T: 02 9004 1106; F: 02 9004 1171 W: www.sydneyfishmarket.com.au SOLAR ENERGY Solarwise Freecall: 1800 805 287 M: 0407 716 940 (Sean Finemore) M: 0407 716 937 (Steven Fitch) E: alison@qis.com.au W: www.solarwise.com.au TRAINING Aquaculture Services Australia P/L 30 Cecil Street Kew VIC 3101 T: 03 9817 3043 E: mosig@netspace.net.au Display advertiser Challenger Institute of Technology Contact: Greg Jenkins - Director of Australian Centre for Applied Aquaculture Research 1 Fleet Street Fremantle WA 6160 T/F: 08 9239 8200 E: greg.jenkins@challenger.wa.edu.au W: www.challenger.wa.edu.au Display advertiser

Natfish (National Fishing Industry Education Centre) TAFE NSW - North Coast Locked Bag 5 Grafton NSW 2460 T: 02 6644 4700; F: 02 6644 7767 E: natfish@tafensw.edu.au W: www.natfish.tafensw.edu.au NCMCRS Australian Maritime College / University of Tasmania (National Centre for Marine Conservation and Resource Sustainability) Locked Bag 1370 Launceston TAS 7250 T: 03 6324 3820; F: 03 6324 3804 E: j.purser@amc.edu.au W: www.amc.edu.au/marineconservation-sustainability Ruello & Associates P/L PO Box 333 Clifton Beach QLD 4879 T: 0418 210 031 E: nick@ruello.com Seafood Training Tasmania 2A Gladstone Street Hobart TAS 7000 Contact: Rory Byrne, Manager T: 03 6233 6442; F: 03 6223 2780 E: stt@seafoodtrainingtas.com.au W: www.seafoodtrainingtas.com.au Display advertiser TROUBLE SHOOTING / PROBLEM SOLVING Future Fisheries Veterinary Service PO Box 7142 East Ballina NSW 2478 Dr Matt Landos: 0437 492 863 E: matty.landos@gmail.com Dr Christine Huynh: 0450 035 001 E: christine.huynh265@gmail.com

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Panaquatic Health Solutions P/L Suite 3, 814 Glenferrie Road Hawthorn VIC 3122 T: +61 3 9818 5100; F:+ 61 3 9818 1200 M: 0404 121 996 E: info@panaquatic.com.au W: www.panaquatic.com Display advertiser

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WATER QUALITY ANALYSIS Baseline Unit 6, 8 Shannon Place Virginia QLD 4014 T: 07 3356 6111; F: 07 3356 6833 E: aquacult@baseline.com.au W: www.baseline.com.au Display advertiser

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