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A draft harvest strategy policy and 13 draft harvest strategies are now open for consultation—have your say by 31 January 2021
We are currently seeking expressions of interest for fishery working groups—submit your application by 31 January 2021
Reforms to fisheries regulations announced on 30 September 2020 will reduce red tape, support economic recovery and ensure the sustainability of Queensland’s fishing industry
Sharks live in Queensland waters. While a negative encounter with a shark is rare, there are things you can do to reduce your risk.
The first two harvest strategies have been released after extensive development and consultation with stakeholders.
Fish aggregating devices (FADS) are anchored offshore to attract fish – find out where they are and how to use them safely
Visit coronavirus (COVID-19) support for agriculture and support for fisheries for the latest information. Read Queensland border restriction information for industry.
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Nominations are still open to nominate to be a member of one of ten fishery working groups. We're seeking a range of stakeholders includi...
Planning to drop a line tomorrow? Throwing fish waste and scraps in the water can attract sharks scavenging for food. Do your part and be SharkSmart by keeping waste and scraps out...
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If it looks fishy, it could be sharky. Sharks are attracted to feed on large schools of bait fish. Do your part and be SharkSmart by avoiding large schools of bait fish or diving b...
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