Welcome to Petuna’s Dashboard where you can find information and data about how we care for our fish, our surrounding environments and our people, including the communities in which we operate.
Sustainably meeting the world’s growing need for protein is a major challenge. Aquaculture provides healthy, humane, low-impact produce – but it must be done to the highest possible standards of fish health and environmental management.
Petuna is committed to alignment with the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and to integrating climate and environmental stewardship into our operations. We know our industry will be impacted by climate change and we need to adapt our operations to minimise our carbon emissions and impacts on the marine ecosystem.
Petuna’s future depends on best-practice sustainable aquaculture. Maintaining the critical balance between social, environmental, and economic value just makes sense: to the fish we raise, to the communities and environment we depend on, to meeting consumers’ expectations, and to the viability of our business.
Breeding, nurturing, and harvesting healthy fish is at the core of Petuna’s business.
A thriving, balanced, regenerative ocean ecosystem is key to the quality of fish we produce and the longevity of our business.
Petuna is at the forefront of innovation in our journey of continuous improvement.
At Petuna we have always known our people are our best asset and are pivotal to our ongoing success.
We nurture and harvest our salmon in Tasmanian waters, and we are equally committed to sharing the value we generate with the local communities in which we operate. Petuna contributes a significant amount of financial and in-kind support to a wide range of organisations, events and programs spread across the regional communities in which we operate.
To find out more about the research and regulations that underpin our industry, follow the links below to a range of useful resources.
Comparative size of Petuna’s marine lease footprint with agriculture and plantation forestry areas in Tasmania