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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


Pan Roasted Barramundi with Asian Greens

Pan Roasted Barramundi with Asian GreensMATT MORAN Impress your friends and family with this beautiful crowd-pleasing dish created by celebrity chef, Matt Moran.Servings 3-4Prep Time: 15 minutes Cook time: 30 minutesIngredients 1.2kg whole barramundi 1 bunch baby bok...

Warm barramundi salad with tomatoes, capers and olives

Warm barramundi salad with tomatoes, capers and olivesJill Dupleix's warm barramundi dish is a winner any time of the year. This is a versatile dish that you can serve as a traditional main course with one fillet per person, or by pulling the barramundi fillets into...