Are you a teacher wanting to help your students learn about fisheries management in Australia? Or a student interested in why you, and generations to come will have a health supply of Australian seafood?

AFMA, in conjunction with Kids Media, have developed free educational resources for classroom teachers of middle to upper primary school students that meets the Australian curriculum standards.

Students can learn how AFMA manages Australian fisheries and protects species that may be impacted by fishing activities.

There are also fun facts about Australian fisheries and how AFMA makes sure they are kept sustainable.

Visit the For Teachers For Students website to download free educational resources.

The great Australian fisheries challenge

The great Australian fisheries challenge provides students with a challenging and engaging environment in which to learn about fisheries management in three different fisheries. Through direct interaction with each fishery, students learn how to find a balance between the ecosystem, fish stocks and the economics of a fishery.

The game is suitable for students in Years 3 to 6.

Play The great Australian fisheries challenge online.

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