Fish Farms Out Now Flotilla 11 March


Join the "Salmon Out" flotilla 11.30am, Monday, March 11

Neighbours of Fish Farming is proud to participate in a public show of concern about the state of our waterways impacted by industrial salmon farming. Recent polling showed 74% of Tasmanians want to see salmon farms moved out of our inshore waterways.

Due to a change of berthing for Sea Sheperd's Antarctic ship Allankay

New flotilla location

  • Ashore: Princes Wharf Street pier, near Castray Esplanade

  • Afloat: between Elizabeth St pier and Princes Wharf

Here's a quick reminder to set aside 11.30am, Monday, March 11 to make our voices heard in the State election. NOFF is joining the Bob Brown Foundation, Sea Shepherd and our statewide allies in TAMP in the Fish Farms Out Now flotilla.

Make a public holiday count towards a great public good: getting industrial salmon out of our vulnerable waterways. 

And your first chance to see Sea Shepherd's Allankay, a 54.5mtr ex Patagonia toothfish vessel, purchased and transformed by Sea Shepherd thanks to the generous donation of $5million by an Australian couple from Sydney. The Allankay is back from the Antarctic where it intercepted huge trawlers plundering the waters for krill.

  • Where: Princes Wharf, nipaluna/Hobart
  • When: 11.30am, Monday March 11

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