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
Yirriwerrkilyelying majungwunama yarningangkawura ngawa yarna (We have much to be proud of).
Mardayin Ceremony Numbulwar
A snap shot of the 2016 Mardayin ceremony in Numbulwar.
Mardayin is an extended ceremony that happens over a period of three or four months once a decade. In 2016 ceremony Jungayi including Earnest Numamurdidi, David Murrungun and Binju Nalmi invited us to collaborate in the production of a series of films with Numbulwar Culture and Media. This is one of a suite of short clips that local crew from Numbulwar Culture and Media are producing for local communities. We thank all for giving us this once in a life time opportunity to assist in recording of this wonderful ceremony.
This ceremony was filmed on the 13th of June 2016.
Lorraine Jane Dinjamala Mamarika was born in 1937 at Awarrika.
As a girl her family walked and travelled by canoe all over Groote Eylandt archipelago. Much of their time was spent at Dalumba Bay. Recorded here is a site called Memerrimanja, a place Dinjamala hasn't visited since she was five.
Australian Barramundi Farmers - Farm To Plate
A story from our farmers. Come with us on a journey to see where our Australian Farmed Barramundi comes from and how good it looks and tastes once on a plate.
This video showcases who COLTO are. Founded in 2003 to eliminate IUU fishing for toothfish, and to ensure the long term sustainability of Toothfish resources, and the rich and critical biodiversity of the southern oceans. At that time, IUU catches were double the legal catches of Toothfish, but through the combined efforts of CCAMLR, Flag States, Port States, conservation NGOs and industry, those levels of IUU fishing are now virtually zero, along with seabird bycatch being at ‘near-zero’ levels.