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Meet the Farmer: Tim Bade, Spring Creek Barramundi Farm Manager

Meet the Farmer: Tim Bade, Spring Creek Barramundi Farm Manager

Our trusted and sustainable Aussie barra farms are located all across Australia in some of the most pristine waters. One of our barra farms, Spring Creek, is located in the tropics of North Queensland, with crystal clear waters and an abundance of wildlife. We chatted...

Sustainability of Our Barramundi Farms

Sustainability of Our Barramundi Farms

Our Australian barramundi farmers are deeply committed to producing ecologically sustainable, eco-efficient and quality products. The ABFA (Australian Barramundi Farmers Association) developed a certification program addressing economic, social and environmental...

Australia’s Most Iconic Fish

Australia’s Most Iconic Fish

Barramundi is known by many around the world as Seabass however Australians have been eating Barramundi for centuries, dating back to Dreamtime. In fact, the word Barramundi is an Aboriginal word for ‘large-scaled silver fish’. Barramundi Dreaming Daiwul: In the...

Cooking with Barra

Cooking with Barra

What’s the best way to cook barramundi? How do I get it crispy without it looking dry? Is barramundi easy to cook? Barramundi is an extremely versatile fish, there’s a dish to suit all tastes and seasons. Barra can be cooked and prepared in a variety of ways; steamed,...

Dinner Inspo

Dinner Inspo

We’ve all got a weekly rotation of dishes we cook, the mid-week struggle for dinner inspo is real. Well hunt no more, as we round up our latest recipe features. The holidays are a great time for cooking and we took full advantage of the recent long weekends working...

Top 3 Barramundi Recipes for Easter

Top 3 Barramundi Recipes for Easter

Can you believe it’s almost that time of year again!? The Easter long weekend is a beautiful time of year to gather together with friends and family over a meal - especially one with fresh barramundi! Not only is it delicious, but it’s also healthy and easy to cook....

National Barramundi Day

Despite barramundi’s indigenous name, did you know that 60% of barramundi in Australia is imported? Surprisingly, nearly half of Aussies don’t know if where their barra is from!

To celebrate Australia’s barramundi farmers and sustainable seafood, we held Australia’s first National Barramundi Day on Friday, 18 October.

Top chefs and restaurants from across the country have risen to the challenge to serve barramundi specials on the 18th of October.

Due to the wonderful success of this year’s National Barramundi Day, restaurants can enter early for next year! Click here to participate in National Barramundi Day, 2020

RECIPES

Barramundi, Charred Greens and Anchovy Dressing

Barramundi, Charred Greens and Anchovy Dressing

BY CHEF LENNOX HASTIE, FIREDOORServings 4Prep Time: 10 minutesCook time: 10 minutesIngredients 1 x Australian farmed barramundi fillet, approx. 800g Sea salt 100ml extra-virgin olive oil 1 bunch of kale Anchovy dressing: 1/2 bunch flat leaf parsley, leaves picked ¼...

Pan Fried Barramundi with Cauliflower Couscous

Pan Fried Barramundi with Cauliflower Couscous

BY CHEF TOM WALTONServings 4Prep Time: 10 minutesCook time: 25 minutesIngredients ½ cup each slivered almond and pepita seeds 1 tbsp olive oil 1 tsp smoked paprika ½ cauliflower, cut into florets and stalk roughly chopped 1 brown onion, cut into thick wedges 1 punnet...

BARRAMUNDI ALL’ACQUA PAZZA

BARRAMUNDI ALL’ACQUA PAZZA

BY CHEF WILL COWPER, OTTO BRISBANEServings 4Prep Time: 10 minutesCook time: 20 minutesIngredients 4 x 200g portions Australian farmed farramundi (skinless) 500g cherry tomatoes halved 1 clove garlic thinly sliced 2 golden eshallots thinly sliced 10 basil leaves 12...