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Get to know our Seafood!
The King George WhitingFound in the inter-tidal sea-grass areas surrounding the South Coast of Australia the King George Whiting is a prolific breeding fish with a short life cycle.Caught mainly via hook and line or small seine netting operations by dedicated lone fisherman. The King George Whiting lives in the semi-sheltered estuaries around Strea...

Get to know our Seafood!

Get to know our Seafood!
​The SardineWith super-foods and healthy eating on the tips of many consumers lips, the Eyre Peninsula's Omega 3 rich sardines are fast becoming a protein of choice on dinner plates across the country.Sardines are a fast growing pelagic species that inhabit the continental shelf region off the Eyre Peninsula- making them relatively accessible to th...

Get to know our Seafood!

Get to know our Seafood!
The Hiramasa KingfishIndigenous to Australia the Yellowtail Kingfish is found year round in both temprate and tropical waters surrounding the mainland. A natural inhabitant to the waters of South Australia, the Yellowtail Kingfish is variously known around the word as Amberjack, Gelbschwarz, Magiatiko, Cheruteiro and Lechas. In Japan, where is is k...

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Get to know our Seafood!
​The Spencer Gulf King PrawnThe western king prawn has a wide distribution over the Indo-Pacific region. The world's largest known population of western king prawns are in the Spencer Gulf. The Prawns of the Spencer Gulf are rich and savoury with a subtle vanilla sweetness.Fishery of The Spencer Gulf King Prawn has recently been certified by the Ma...

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Get to know our Seafood!
The Oyster- Plump Pacific & Rich AngasiThe Pacific oyster industry on the Eyre Peninsula is a relatively contemporary activity. It was introduced to Tasmania in 1947 from Japan and from there to Coffin Bay in 1969. Since then it has become renowned worldwide for the quality and consistency of the oysters it produces.The Angasi Oyster; which is ...

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Get to know our Seafood!
The Blacklip and Greenlip AbaloneAbalone embodies luxury in every sense- rare, exotic and delicious. The abalone harvested from the wild waters of the Eyre Peninsula are regarded as some of the finest in the world. Abalone are marine snails known worldwide for their beautiful, mother of pearl shell and their large muscular foot, a prized delicacy. ...

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