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We've had an upgrade ‚ÄĒ a new look meets the same great home for stories, news and resources about Australian native fish and their recovery.
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Australian Freshwater Native Fish
Native fish are an important part of Australia’s rivers, and for First Nations peoples, provide a vital cultural connection. Native fish in the Murray-Darling Basin are suffering significant declines. We need a coordinated approach to recover our native fish for future generations.
Welcome to Finterest!
Your home for stories about our
Australian Freshwater Native Fish!
Native fish are an important part of Australia’s rivers, and for First Nations peoples, provide a vital cultural connection. Native fish in the Murray-Darling Basin are suffering significant declines. We need a coordinated approach to recover our native fish for future generations.
Welcome to Finterest!
Your home for stories about our
Australian Freshwater Native Fish
Native fish are an important part of Australia’s rivers, and for First Nations peoples, provide a vital cultural connection. Native fish in the Murray-Darling Basin are suffering significant declines. We need a coordinated approach to recover our native fish for future generations.
Welcome to Finterest! Your home for stories about our
Australian Freshwater Native Fish!
Native fish are an important part of Australia’s rivers, and for First Nations peoples, provide a vital cultural connection. Native fish in the Murray-Darling Basin are suffering significant declines. We need a coordinated approach to recover our native fish for future generations.
Stories about Australian native fish and their recovery
Successful catch and release of the mighty Murray cod
Check out these angling tips for ensuring survival and longevity for this iconic freshwater fish species.
We Acknowledge and Respect the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples as the Traditional and Continuing Custodians of these lands, seas and skies.
We recognise and honour the traditional and continuing custodians of the Country on which we work, learn and live. We respect and learn from Elders past, present and emerging, valuing their knowledge, insights and connections to the waterways we love and care for.
New fish website
Mark Linterman‚Äôs fully revised edition of the popular book Fishes of the Murray‚ÄďDarling Basin is now available online. Explore detailed species accounts including detailed maps of their known locations.

PS: This is where you can buy the book ‚ÄĒ available now!