Tuna Australia works with commercial tuna fishers and processors to ensure a sustainable and profitable industry.
We advocate and provide a voice for the industry
to shift policies and change public narratives.
‘Challenging and rewarding’: Kate Lamason graduates from the National Seafood Industry Leadership Program
Tuna Australia member Kate Lamason is the owner and co-founder of Little Tuna and Cairns Little Seafood Market. Here she shares her experience of completing the National Seafood Industry Leadership Program (NSILP) with support from Tuna Australia, graduating in September 2023.Read More
Meet the Tuna Australia Board Chair Ian Cartwright
Tuna Australia appointed fisheries expert Ian Cartwright as its Board Chair in July 2023, taking over the reins from Richard Stevens. We spoke with him about his ambitions for the role, career journey and highlights, and views on the industry.Read More
Hooked on science: A conversation with Lisa Walton of Tuna Australia
Lisa Walton works as a technical officer for Tuna Australia. Based in Brisbane, her passion is an “unhealthy obsession for sustainable fisheries science”. We sat down with Lisa to hear about her PhD research, previous job on a shark cage dive boat, and what she’s doing for Tuna Australia.Read More
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Choosing sustainability: Why this chef looks for the blue fish tick on tuna
Posted in: Post navigation Teeming with life: Eastern Tuna and Billfish Fishery certified as sustainable Related content Stay informed Industry news delivered to your inbox every 1-2 weeks First name* Last name* Company Email*…Read More
Talking seafood and sustainability with Grant Logue of Harley & John’s Seafood
Posted in: Harley & John’s Seafood has been serving the Wollongong community since 1988. Grant Logue has been the owner for the past 12 years. In November 2020, Harley & Johns became the first independent…Read More