Central Moreton Bay

Unveiling the hidden world inside Robust Oyster Baskets 

Unveiling the hidden world inside Robust Oyster Baskets 

OzFish has established strong partnerships with The University of Queensland, Sunshine Coast University, and Griffith University to conduct in-depth research on the functionality of shellfish reefs, their environmental impact, and their suitability as habitats for fish. Leveraging modern technology, monitoring these reefs both above and below the water’s surface is relatively simple, yet the true discoveries are found within the Robust Oyster Baskets (ROBs). 

OzFish digs deep to help Sydney Opera House celebrate 50 years with a shellfish exhibition 

OzFish digs deep to help Sydney Opera House celebrate 50 years with a shellfish exhibition 

OzFish Unlimited’s shellfish recycling has branched out into a new area with highly acclaimed First Nations artist Megan Cope using oyster shells within her public art.   More than 85,000 oyster shells have been positioned across the Sydney Opera House precinct…

Pioneering project investigates nature-based solution to nutrients in waterways 

Pioneering project investigates nature-based solution to nutrients in waterways 

Researchers are hoping to uncover a nature-based solution to the problem of nitrogen in Australia’s waterways with a pioneering trial at the North Pine River, north of Brisbane.  Restoring oyster reefs could be the answer to removing nutrients in waterways and a joint project between

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