NEXT EVENT – RAS & AQUAPONIC WORKSHOPS MAY 2019

NEXT EVENT NEARLY HERE – MAY 2019 The NSW Aquaculture Association with the support of Aquatic Technologies International, Inc., Aquaponic Solutions, NSW DPI Fisheries and Off Grid Energy is conducting Recirculating Aquaculture Systems (RAS) & Aquaponics Technology Workshops in May 2019. About the RAS Workshop Aquaculture, as a business, seems to be able to capture the (more…)

Yabby Farming Field Day 2017

Yabby Farming

The NSW Aquaculture Association in partnership with “Yabby Dabba Doo” Yabby Farm held a yabby farming field day on Saturday the 19th August, 2017. On a cool but sunny winters day, 60 of us learnt about the commercial aquaculture of the yabby (Cherax destructor) by semi intensive methods, in purpose built earthen yabby ponds. The (more…)

Next Event – Port Stephens Fisheries Institute + Barramundi Farm + Hydroponic Farm 5th May 2017

The NSW Aquaculture Association presents a field day for members and the general public. All those with an interest in aquaculture and growing leafy greens from fish wastes are welcome. The day begins at Port Stephens Fisheries Institute, Taylors Beach, NSW. Join us for a private tour of the NSW Fisheries facilities, get an insider’s (more…)

Recirculating Aquaculture System (RAS) Short Course 2016

Dr Tom Losordo explaining the latest developments in RAS technology

Our 2 day RAS short Course was held at Soldiers Point Bowling Club on the 22 & 23rd October 2016. It was a joint NSWAA & FNFA event and sponsored by Pentair Aquatic Systems and NSW DPI Fisheries. Being sponsored kept the attendance costs low and association members received a further discounted registration price. Numbers (more…)

Aquaculture in the Murray Darling Conference & Trade Show 2016

NSWAA Trade Display

Over 120 of us gathered at Griffith NSW to attend the aquaculture conference and trade show. Presented by the NSWAA, FNFA and NSW DPI the event was run over 2 days from the 2-3rd of September. Day 1 was the main conference with the opening address by Murray Cod legend Noel Penfold. Held within the (more…)