World class fisheries and aquaculture research at IMAS
As a research institute of excellence in temperate marine research, IMAS works in collaboration with the Tasmanian Government to ensure Tasmania's marine resources and industries are sustainably developed and managed.
Through the Sustainable Marine Research Collaboration Agreement (SMRCA) with the Tasmanian Government, the University of Tasmania and IMAS undertake world-class research into temperate marine and coastal fisheries and aquaculture, support the effective and sustainable management of Tasmanian marine resources, and ensure maximum benefits accrue to the Tasmanian environment, economy and industries.
Our Yolŋu Story of Faith_trailer
Our Yolŋu Story of Faith: a story about our people, our language, our faith, our culture. Hundreds of indigenous Australian languages and traditional cultural practices are dead or dying. In remote communities across North East Arnhem Land, a team of learned Yolŋu has worked tirelessly over generations to keep language, faith and culture strong. The impetus for their work may not be what you’d expect. Produced and edited in Galiwin'ku Arnhem Land.
SeSafe - What if you don't come home?
Drawing The Line (2013) - Promo #2 [HD]
Drawing The Line is a revealing tale about Australia's oceans and the men and women who depend upon it for their livelihood. The ocean is a ﬁckle mistress, friend one day foe the next, but the Australian Fishing Industry faces a threat that is far greater than any they immediately face at sea.
Austral Fisheries 2017
Nov 2017 Austral Fisheries were awarded the Banksia Foundation Small to Medium Business Sustainability Leadership Award. “We are proud to be working with our climate partner Carbon Neutral on this journey. Thanks also to Millstream Productions for putting this little video together for us! #Banksia2017”
December 22, 2014
Just in time for Christmas, Austral Fisheries is excited to announce the launch of our newest branded premium seafood offering, Skull Island giant tiger prawns. Caught on Australia’s remote northern coast, in the waters of the Gulf of Carpentaria, there really is a Skull Island, home to this magnificent seafood.
Supporting this launch is a short promotional video that includes the crew of the Comac Endeavour.
David Carter CEO Austral Fisheries