Commercial Dive Fishery

A number of different species are collected by the commercial dive fishery; the major species being sea urchin and periwinkles. The commercial dive fishery also provides access to some developing fisheries such as clams and other fisheries based on exotic species, notably introduced Pacific oysters and the Japanese kelp undaria.

In this Topic

  • Commercial Dive Management Plan Amendments 2014
    Information concerning amendments to the Commercial Dive Management Plan.
  • Commercial Dive Policy Documents
    Includes the main 2005 Commercial Dive Policy Document and the updated 2011 Commercial Dive Policy Document which are used to manage the operations of the commercial dive fishery in conjunction with the management plan.
  • Dive Zones
    The commercial dive fishery is divided into five zones around the state.

Contact

Wild Fisheries Management
1 Franklin Wharf
GPO Box 44
Hobart TAS 7001
Phone: 03 6165 3000, 1300 368 550
Email: fishing.enquiries@dpipwe.tas.gov.au