We represent communities fighting to end the destructive practices of multinational Atlantic salmon producers in Tasmania’s vulnerable public waterways.

Our campaign has already demonstrated widespread public support, stripping the industry of its social licence despite its grip on the government and regulators.

Our goal is to bring an end to salmon feedlots in our vulnerable, shallow coastal waters and rivers and to drive a transition to land-based production overseen by independent regulation and guided by independent science and community values.

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Our members are a diverse group of people living throughout south east Tasmania in communities affected by the fin fish aquaculture industry in our waterways. NOFF’S strength lies in its highly skilled committee and passionate local membership base. We are not afraid to ask the tough questions, and bring facts to the media.

We support the Dennes Point Declaration

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We acknowledge the traditional owners and custodians of country throughout Australia and acknowledge their continuing connection to land, waters and community. We pay our respects to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and to elders past and present.

NOFF (Neighbours of Fish Farming)
  • ABN 473 096 904 52
  • Tasmanian Incorporated Association Number IA11921