The range of fish being eaten is reducing and the demand for popular species is growing. It means consumers are missing out on cheaper local seafood, while also putting pressure on the sustainability of fish populations.
Brisbane woman Harn Newton snags a triple whammy when she was fishing outside of Darwin — a new fiance, her first barra and a story to tell the relatives.
The sustainably-farmed fish is in high demand and farmers are ramping up production, even as it made headlines this week with up to a million killed in their natural habitat.
A prominent Perth restaurateur speaks out in support of the WA Government's planned rock lobster industry changes, saying local crayfish is too expensive to have on his menu, but crayfisherman remain opposed to what they see as "the dilution of our fishing rights".
WA's lucrative rock lobster fishery has already reportedly lost value due to uncertainty over the Government's proposed shake-up, with fishermen saying they fear for their future of the industry and their families.
Jellyfish predate dinosaurs and even trees. But now they're booming in numbers, disrupting ocean ecosystems and shutting down power plants.
Eel fishermen in Tasmania are feeling the pressure from declining sales and tougher regulations.
Many metropolitan business have got cooperatives down to a fine art, but it's in the bush that the business model can have a real and lasting impact.