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The Broome Tropical Aquaculture Park (BTAP) was established in 1992 to promote the growth of the aquaculture industry through the provision of supporting infrastructure.
The Albany Shellfish Hatchery provides juvenile oysters and Akoya to the emerging shellfish sector in WA for industry trials and expansion.
Pemberton Freshwater Research Centre has operated for more than 80 years and is the largest freshwater hatchery and research facility in Western Australia.
The Marine Fish Hatchery at Victoria Quay in Fremantle was first established in 1993 and the facility and its staff were transferred to DPIRD in July 2018.
DPIRD’s Hillarys Shellfish Hatchery has been developed to undertake research into shellfish spat production and to supply small commercial quantities of new species to support farming trials and ki
The state-of-the-art Aquatic Animal Health Research Laboratory is located at the collaborative Indian Ocean Marine Research Centre (IOMRC) facility at Watermans Bay, Perth. The health laboratory ha
Based in the high rainfall area of Manjimup (average 1000mm per year), the Research and Development team at the Manjimup Horticultural Research Institute work closely with the horticultural industr
Located approximately 5km east of the township of Wongan Hills is DPIRD’s Wongan Hills Research Station. DPIRD has a long history of research at the Research Station.
Opened in 1996, DPIRD’s Albany facilities cover four hectares of land and were purpose built for R&D specialising in sheep and cattle health, pasture science, aquatic science, soil health, crop
FutureSheep is a three-year project (2021-2024) under the SheepLinks program, to assist Western Australian (WA) sheep enterprises in the medium and low rainfall zones adapt to the impacts of projec