The Warruwi Fisheries & Aquaculture Knowledge Partnership Project: delivering sustainable futures and protecting Warruwi's marine and coastal areas. For now, and for the generations after us.

 


 
About
 

 

This website has been developed as part of the 'Warruwi Fisheries and Aquaculture Knowledge Partnership Project'.  Over the last five years, the Darwin Aquaculture Centre has been working with members of the Warruwi community to determine the viability of various aquaculture initiatives on South Goulburn Island.   The Aquaculture Centre's work sits within a broader Fisheries Research and Development Corporation (FRDC) project entitled 'Identifying the key social and economic factors to successful engagement in aquaculture ventures by Indigenous communities'.

 

This website has been developed to showcase the community and its aquaculture work.

 

 

 

 

Project

 

 

 

The Project page showcases some of the materials generated by the Warruwi community and project researchers through the Warruwi Fisheries and Aquaculture Knowledge Partnership Project.

 


 

If you would like to make a contribution to the Warruwi community's efforts towards developing economic and environmentally sustainable livelihoods at Warruwi, please click here.

 
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If you would like to participate in any community projects, or find out more, please click here.

 


 
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