Australia Bay Seafoods is the largest Australian producer and quota holder of tropical snappers, we operate our trawlers in the Northern Territory and Gulf of Carpentaria.
In the Media:
Click link here to view general media release (28/08/2020)
Fears for fishing rights under NT Fisheries’ unjust merger. Australia’s largest supplier of tropical snapper has called on the NT Government to dump a controversial plan to merge two top end fisheries, saying the move threatens sustainable fishing….Read more
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The export market for NT seafood has never been more important. But without an export licence we can’t move a muscle. Australia Bay Seafoods is the largest supplier of tropical snapper and a key exporter of Northern Territory fish….Read more
Australia’s largest snapper supplier, Australia Bay Seafoods (ABS), has lost its export license amid a legal battle with the Northern Territory (NT) government caused by the latter’s plans to merge the Timor Reef fishery and the Demersal fishery, ABC…Read more
After 20 years of exporting fish from Darwin, Australia Bay Seafoods has lost its export licence. ABS’s export approvals are reliant on input from NT Fisheries, with which the company is currently locked in a legal battle. The Demersal Fishery, where ABS operates, had its export approval expire on June 13….Read more
Australia’s biggest supplier of tropical snappers says its licence to export fish out of Darwin has been cancelled.
Listen to our interview with ABC Country Hour (16min, :59secs)….More info
Australia’s largest supplier of tropical snappers is taking the Northern Territory Government to court over plans to merge two fisheries.
Listen to our interview with ABC Country Hour (1min, :30secs)….More info
Australia Bay Seafoods has gone to the Federal Court, seeking an injunction on a planned merger of fisheries in northern Australia. ABS claims there is no environmental or economic evidence to support the merger, and if approved, could cost the company $20 million…. Read more