New South Wales Chapters

OzFish Hunter Chapter (mid-coast NSW)

JOIN the Chapter by becoming an OzFish Member today! The Hunter River Chapter will be tackling restoration of some of the most important fish habitats in coastal NSW. The Hunter needs widespread return of its shellfish reefs, riparian vegetation and fish passage currently disturbed by a range of floodgates. The Hunter’s diverse range of habitats are known for their importance as a fish ...

OzFish Orange Chapter (mid-western NSW)

JOIN the Chapter by becoming an OzFish Member today! OzFish Orange Chapter is joining their western NSW neighbours in caring for fish habitat in their stocked waters in and around Orange as well as the Bell River. Working with the local community, with the support of Orange City Council, the Chapter are well on their way to making a difference to habitat for Yellowbelly, Silver Perch and ...

OzFish Lismore Chapter (northern NSW)

JOIN the Chapter by becoming an OzFish Member today! CONNECT to the Chapter through their Facebook Group. OzFish Lismore Chapter is paving the way for fish habitat restoration in the upper Richmond River and Wilsons River. Working with farmers, community, young people, families and more, the Chapter will be addressing issues such as the lack of trees along the river, bank stability, fish ...

OzFish Tweed River Chapter

JOIN the Chapter by becoming an OzFish Member today! CONNECT to the Chapter through their Facebook Page. The Tweed Valley is a subtropical oasis located in the Northern Rivers of NSW. The network of waterways that contribute to the Tweed River are home to a variety of popular recreational fishing species including; Bream, Whiting, Mulloway, Mangrove Jack and Australian Bass.  Agriculture, ...

OzFish Wagga Chapter

JOIN the Chapter by becoming an OzFish Member today! CONNECT to the Chapter through their Facebook Page. Ozfish Wagga is driven by a group of enthusiastic and committed recreational fishos. We are keen as mustard to see our local waterways restored and thriving with enhanced habitat and strengthened native fish populations. Desnagging of the Murrumbidgee River first commenced in 1855 and much ...

OzFish Hawkesbury-Nepean Chapter

JOIN the Chapter by becoming an OzFish Member today! Formed by a group of fly fishing enthusiasts, the Hawkesbury-Nepean Chapter members have their sights set on restoring and conserving their local waters to ensure their fishery remains in top condition for years to come. Projects Australian Fly Fishing Festival 2018 Hawkesbury-Nepean Chapter hit the floor running by co-hosting the ...

OzFish Northwest NSW Chapter

JOIN the Chapter by becoming an OzFish Member today! CONNECT to the Chapter through their Facebook Page. Based around the Tamworth area OzFish Northwest Chapter are keen to restore native fish habitat in their local rivers. Historically desnagging and removal of vegetation from riverbanks has contributed to a decline in fish stocks. Projects OzFish on the Peel – Anglers for Habitat This ...

Ozfish Richmond River Chapter

Our Richmond River Chapter invites you to partner with us in protection and restoration of our local river system counteracting decades of degradation in several key areas, including up to 70% loss of the Richmond’s fish habitat, chronic acidity and related problems along with severe siltation. Our Charter for the Richmond River; Reverse the decline of fin fish stocks and marine biota on the ...

Ozfish Inland Waterways Chapter

JOIN the Chapter by becoming an OzFish Member today! CONNECT to the Chapter through their Facebook Group. Inland Waterways is a proud chapter of Ozfish Unlimited. We started out from very humble beginnings when some like-minded fishers got together in 2008, with a goal of improving river health and fish stocks. Starting with a small raffle, and then moving onto running the Easter Lake ...

Ozfish Tenterfield Chapter

JOIN the Chapter by becoming an OzFish Member today! CONNECT to the Chapter through their Facebook Page. OzFish Tenterfield chapter was founded by passionate anglers like Harry Davey who envisage a big future for their local native fishery. Good natural populations of Murray cod and golden perch can be found in the rivers, however they are under threat from land use practices. With a bit of ...