Australia’s Commonwealth, state and territory governments manage fisheries in consultation with the fishing industry, scientists, economists and other user groups, such as those that represent traditional fishing, recreational fishing and environmental non-government organisations. These management processes are used to implement controls, such as limits on catch or effort levels, and regulations of fishing methods in order to manage Australia’s fisheries in a sustainable way.
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