Fisheries Infosite

Fishery - Kermadec


Key statistics
Recreational significance Low
Customary significance Low
Environmental importance High
Reported commercial catch1 (tonnes)
Quota value estimate2 (NZ$m)
Exports estimate2 (NZ$m)
1 Reported commercial catch is calculated for the 12 month period to 30/09/2020
2 Quota value and exports are calculated pro-rata to reported commercial catch for the 12 month period to 30/09/2020
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Kermadec is a large sub-tropical Quota Management Area (Area 10) aproximately 1000 kms to the north east of New Zealand.  It contains four main volcanic islands, spanning a total land mass of just over 33 square kilometres. 

The islands are uninhabited, except for Department of Conservation officers, who maintain the Raoul Island station.  There is a 12 nautical mile coastal marine reserve around the islands and the balance is a Benthic Protection Area.

Image drawing for Kingfish (KIN)