Tasmanian Government creates a new farming zone in Storm Bay

Huon Aquaculture welcomes the creation of a new marine farming zone in Storm Bay off Bruny Island.

CEO Peter Bender said Huon would now formally apply for a lease to farm finfish in a particular section of the zone.

(The 230Ha preferred lease site is situated East of Yellow Bluff, 1.5km from the Bruny Island shore).

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