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More snags in the Murray River means more fish 

More snags in the Murray River means more fish 

Native fish will soon have more areas to rest, shelter, breed and feed with a re-snagging project close to completion in the Murray River by recreational fishing conservation group, OzFish Unlimited. Dozens of snags of various shapes have been placed into the Red Cliffs reach of the lower ...

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Snapper Habitat Gets Second Dose Of Seagrass Seeds

Snapper Habitat Gets Second Dose Of Seagrass Seeds

West Australian recreational fishers and divers have worked to restore the lost seagrass meadows of Cockburn Sound for the second consecutive year by collecting and spreading seeds to speed the plant’s restoration and improve the habitat for Pink Snapper. Cockburn Sound is the ...

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Pumicestone Shellfish Habitat Restoration Continues

Pumicestone Shellfish Habitat Restoration Continues

The project to restore the once magnificent shellfish beds of the Pumicestone Passage will be enhanced for the second time on Friday, December 6 with more reef structures of recycled shell being installed off Kakadu Beach. Shellfish have been synonymous with indigenous culture and Moreton Bay ...

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Where Are We

Through the power of many, we are delivering fish habitat rehabilitation projects across Australia. Our network of recreational fishers brings the right expertise to the table and activates local organisations. When you become an OzFish member you can connect with your local chapter and become part of protecting our native fish and habitat. Because healthier waterways will mean more fish and better fishing.

Our active work includes restoration such as resnagging rivers, riverbank planting, fish ladders, shellfish reefs and other projects such as monitoring river health and educating future generations.

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