A few words about us
The NSW Fish Habitat Partnership (FHP) is an alliance of stakeholder groups, representing around 1.1 million people and contributing around $13.5 billion² to the NSW state economy, that seeks to protect, restore and enhance the state’s fisheries via the better management of fish habitat. We do this through coordinating efforts by multiple interest groups to promote, protect and enhance NSW fish habitat and to deliver improvements to fish habitat that achieve sustainable environmental, economic and social benefits to NSW.
 Figures are Gross Value of Production. Data obtained from NSW DPI 2013
How do we work?
The NSW Fish Habitat Partnership has four fundamental strategies:
- Identify strategic and specific ways to improve fish habitat condition.
- Mobilise and focus national, state and local support for achieving fish habitat management goals in NSW.
- Measure and communicate the status of fish habitats and what fish need in terms of habitat.
- Build strong grassroots support among its constituents to raise the profile of fish habitat conservation in the public arena and enlist contributions from the private sector.
Our logo is entitled “My Dreaming” by Phil Duncan and tells the story of many people from many directions coming together around a camp fire to sit and talk about fish habitat.