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A winter of barra

A winter of barra

A winter of barra It was fun while it lasted, but it’s finally time to say goodbye to summer and HELLO to the colder seasons. Colder nights and shorter days may mean big bowls of soup, woolly socks and hot tea in bed (umm, yes please), but as always, along with all...
Barramundi for Easter and beyond

Barramundi for Easter and beyond

Barramundi for Easter and beyond While the celebrations of last year feel a world away now (lockdown vibes, anyone?), there are a few things that are guaranteed at Easter including a Good Friday feast starring some good – nay, GREAT – fish, and a chocolate-induced...
Interview with Australian barramundi farmer

Interview with Australian barramundi farmer

Interview with Australian barramundi farmer – Barramundi Gardens Take a trip up Far North Queensland and stop by Tim and Gail’s barramundi farm, Barramundi Gardens, hidden in the idyllic hinterlands of Port Douglas.   There is no denying that Barramundi Gardens is...
The sustainability behind farmed Australian barramundi

The sustainability behind farmed Australian barramundi

The sustainability behind Australian farmed barramundi Our Australian barramundi farmers are deeply committed to the future of our beloved environment. So, we want to share with you on how our farmers protect the future of our planet and how you can help as well. Hold...
Interview with a barramundi farmer: Humpty Doo Barramundi

Interview with a barramundi farmer: Humpty Doo Barramundi

Interview with a barramundi farmer: Humpty Doo Barramundi From the ‘top end’ to down south in Victoria, our Australian barramundi farms are based in some of the most pristine places in the country. Our Australian barramundi farmers strive to raise the highest quality...