A peak aquaculture group predicts Australia’s fish farms are going to have to double their output within seven years to keep up with demand.
Most of Australia’s $793 million worth of
current production comes from SA and Tasmania but Queensland, the Northern
Territory and Western Australia are tipped to be central to the industry
doubling production within the next decade. Species such as yellowtail,
kingfish, barramundi and Tasmanian salmon will lead the
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