This is based on a feature I wrote for Geographical Magazine a couple of years ago but which I am now focusing solely on Tasmania rather than nationwide.

Tasmanian aquaculture

Matthew Brace, Sydney

Australia is sold to the world as a vast baking continent with quartzite ridges stretching to the horizon like the fossilised carcasses of fallen dinosaurs.

Dry creeks do little to satiate the parched eucalyptus growing along their banks.

A century of agricultural greed and unsustainable water use has almost bled ...

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