Habitat

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). 

New seagrass restoration project underway in Western Australia

New seagrass restoration project underway in Western Australia

Working in collaboration with DWER and UWA, OzFish are starting a new Halophila ovalis seagrass restoration trial in Leschenault Estuary. This project will form part of Leschenault Catchment Council’s Leschenault Estuary Connect program, an innovative program aimed at connecting and engaging the local community to protect and enhance the Leschenault Estuary for future generations.

Caring for the Castlereagh

Caring for the Castlereagh

Nestled in the foothills of NSW’s Warrumbungle Mountains, Coonabarabran is most famously known as the gateway to the Warrumbungle National Park, or for the nearby Siding Spring astronomical observatory. However, with a little help from OzFish, Coona, as it’s known…

The 2023 OzFish Year in Review

The 2023 OzFish Year in Review

As 2023 draws to a close, it’s a time to reflect on what we at OzFish Unlimited have accomplished. With a relentless drive to enhance fish habitats, we’ve seen remarkable results that we’re eager to share with our community. And let’s be clear: this wasn’t just a big year. It was a MEGA year for OzFish and you.

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