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Welcome to the Australian Seafood CRC

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The seafood industry is the fifth most valuable of Australia's food-based primary industries, with a gross value of production of $2.316 billion in 2011-2012.

The Seafood CRC provides comprehensive seafood-related research & development and industry leadership on a national basis.


CRC FishNet

seafoodcrcfishnet buttonThe FRDC has ceased using FishNet for project applications as they have launched a new on-line platform. However, Seafood CRC participants should continue to use FishNet to prepare project concepts and full project applications which can now only be accessed by the Seafood CRC website by clicking the button.

SeaFOOD Magazine October 2014

SFC 031-SeaFOOD-Magazine-October-2014 web-versionThe October 2014 edition of SeaFOOD Magazine is available now.


 In this issue:


- Ground breaking food marketing course will boost seafood industry

- Australian Wild AbaloneTM wows the Hong Kong market

- Spreading more love for prawns

- Retail networking is your business

- SafeFish manages industry risk

- New seafood quality app

- What makes the great Australian prawn, great?

- China FTA will benefit everyone

- Seafood Exporters Forum

- Love Australia' safe and healthy prawns


pdfDownload a copy here (PDF)

Project Summaries Catalogue


summaries-front-coverThe aim of the Project Summaries Catalogue is to summarise the research completed to date for our participants and other stakeholders. With over 400 active and completed projects in our programs, it is critical that the findings of research projects are made available and communicated to the end user and wider community. Furthermore, the Seafood CRC has implemented an extensive education and training program, including higher education and high school initiatives, master classes, research travel grants, industry bursaries and visiting experts funds.

The Catalogue is categorised into sections based on species and/or major research themes across the Seafood CRC suite of programs. It presents a summary of each project, the benefits to the industry and research community, and a list of the outputs generated from the project. The full reports summarised in this catalogue are either available for download from the Seafood CRC website or, when commercial in confidence, can be requested from Seafood CRC staff.

pdfTo view the Project Summaries Catalogue, click here