Fisheries services

Fisheries Queensland supports the profitability and sustainability of the state's fisheries through a variety of services.

  • Illegal activities

    What to do when you see or have information about unlawful fishing activity and how to report them

  • Fisheries contacts

    Contacts for boating, poisoning, fish kill incidents, reporting issues, mangrove or marine plant disturbances, fishing marine parks, and industry contacts

  • Industry contacts

    Queensland's fishing industry groups.

  • Social media

    Information about Fisheries Queensland's use of Twitter, Facebook and YouTube

  • Brochures, booklets and posters

    A range of fisheries publications available to order or download.

  • Queensland Boating and Fisheries Patrol

    Information on the Queensland Boating and Fisheries Patrol, including contact details

  • Fisheries compliance

    Information about how fisheries legislation is monitored and enforced.

  • FishNet

    View the register of authorities for information on commercial licences, permits, quota and some reports of interest. Licence holders can perform a number of online transactions, such as temporary transfer of quota.

  • Permits for fishing QLD dams

    Fisheries Queensland's Stocked Impoundment Permit Scheme requires anglers who fish in certain Queensland dams to purchase a permit before they throw in a line.

  • Habitats

    Fish habitats support manages and safeguards vital habitats by protecting marine plants and fish passage and assessment of development applications.

  • Aquaculture

    Queensland is an ideal location for developing a diverse aquaculture industry.

  • Commercial fishing licences

    Commercial fisheries are a significant contributor to the national and state economy.

  • Fisheries infringement notice

    Fisheries Infringement Notice.

  • Planning infringement notice

    Planning Infringement Notice.

  • Qfish

    This website allows you to analyse and present Queensland commercial and recreational fisheries data through the use of cubes (interactive tables) and maps.

Last updated 16 July 2015