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We have been doing recruitment and placement of highly qualified and experienced Indonesian crew, fishing crew & seafood processor for working on fishing vessel and seafood processing plant in Asia, Australia and Europe for more than 26 years.

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Huge aquaculture growth foreseen for WA’s northern coast

A new aquaculture zone was created in the north of Western Australia. (Map: Googlemaps /Stockfile/FIS)
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Friday, August 22, 2014, 22:50 (GMT + 9)

The State Government has paved the way for a huge increase in fish production on Western Australia’s northern coast by declaring a development zone for large-scale fish farms, states Fisheries Minister Ken Baston.

The Minister said the new zone, covering almost 2,000 hectares near Broome, would support production of up to 20,000 tonnes of fish per year - up from the current tonnage of 7,000 tonnes.

At Cone Bay to declare the Kimberley Aquaculture Development Zone open, Baston said an existing barramundi farm could soon be joined by other commercial developments.

Comprehensive studies confirm the zone’s capacity to support the annual production of up to 20,000 tonnes of finfish without significant environmental impact.

“By starting a fish farm in a declared zone, operators do not need to spend years and hundreds of thousands of dollars on environmental approvals and consultation because these approvals have already been done by the State Government,” the Minister said.

At a special signing ceremony, Baston said such zones would provide an economic boost for WA, with ‘investment ready’ locations and more jobs on offer sooner.

Fulfilling an election promise, the State Government has invested CAD 1.85 million (USD 1.69 million) into developing the zone at Cone Bay and a second off the Mid-West coast.

The strategic approach allows consideration of cumulative environmental impacts, which may not be apparent with case-by-case assessments. Extensive studies and modelling have assessed the potential effects of large-scale aquaculture.

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