South Australia ensures the ecological and sustainable development of its fisheries and aquaculture through its globally recognised robust policy and legislative frameworks. Some of the world’s most sought after seafood are found in the State's waters including rock lobster, tuna, abalone, oysters and prawns. Around 58,000 tonnes of seafood were produced in 2014-15, generating revenue of $876 million.
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Key messages and fast facts
The key messages and fast facts document provides a comprehensive summary of South Australia’s seafood sector. It covers information on the significant role seafood plays in the state’s economy, and the major opportunities that exist for growth and success of seafood products locally, nationally and globally.
This infographic provides a visual representation of key information on the seafood sector including:
- major export products
- major export markets
- figures and statistics on production amounts and values
- sector credentials and attributes.
These reports provide detailed information on the seafood sector, its annual performance and current investment opportunities.