We are individuals, communities, organisations and government working together to help make fish happen by protecting and improving habitat that fish need to survive and thrive. Established in NSW in 2009 the Fish Habitat Network has since expanded to include people from other States and Territories to ensure that aquatic environments and fish communities Australia-wide are healthy, diverse and sustainable for future generations.
Sharing our lastest news, research, on-ground works, innovation and events that focus on improving fish habitat.
In 2018, after nearly 10 years the Fishers for Fish Habitat Forum returned to Ballina, northern NSW, brought to you by the NSW Recreational Fishing Trusts and NSW DPI Fisheries.
88 local, regional and interstate participants heard presentations on all things fish habitat, how to get funding and how recreational fishers are getting involved.
Our coastal and estuarine habitats are increasingly under threat from urbanisation and human habitation, so what can we do?
There are many ways to get involved in an activity near you. Join us to help make fish happen . . . naturally!
Take a look at the projects happening around Australia using our interactive map. You can find one near to you and view all the details.
Embarking on your own fish habitat project may seem a bit daunting. Check out our hints and tips on how to get your project up and running.
Fish Habitat Network partners contribute resources in-kind and on a voluntary basis to further the group’s objectives.