Tricia Beaty Tricia is the executive officer of the Professional Fishermen’s Association, which is the peak body for the New South Wales seafood industry. Tricia has worked tirelessly over many years to raise community and industry awareness of seafood and the people behind it that seafood. Recently Tricia and the PFA secured a grant to secure markets…

Tracy Hill Tracy joined her husband Glen in the Lakes and Coorong Fishery 26 years ago. Since then Tracy has been educating her community on the value of the local product and participating in cooking and tasting demonstrations, fundraising and working on a multitude of projects to promote the fishing and seafood industry. Tracy played…

Mona Barnes Mona’s role in the seafood industry started in 1959 with her involvement alongside her husband Dean in a marine scale fishery licence. This grew with ventures like setting up a fish shop next to the local boat ramp where she spent her time filleting her husbands catch and selling them to the public.…

Mary Mitchelson After meeting the love of her life, Mary left the teaching profession and started a life long involvement fishing in the Gippsland Lakes. Mary was a pioneer and role model for what women could do, not should do when she stepped outside the home and onto a boat in the 1960’s. Mary became…

Julii Tyson Julii was introduced to the seafood industry 25 years ago through early mornings packing and delivering Barramundi to local Darwin restaurants along with doing the business administration before going to work in her own sales business. Humptydoo Barramundi now delivers 60 tonnes of premium saltwater Barramundi around the world. Julli has a long history…