Banana Prawns

Wild Caught Australian Banana prawns from the Gulf of Carpenteria are currently on special. A 250g tray of peeled and deveined prawns are marked down to $11.90 a packet. There are approximately 15-20 prawns per tray. 

There are two varieties of wild caught Australian Banana Prawns – White Banana Prawn (F. merguiensis) and the Redleg Banana Prawn (F. indicus).


The vast majority of banana prawns are sustainably caught in Northern Prawn Fishery during an 8 week season spanning from the beginning of April to the end of May. Each season the catch is directly correlated to the local rainfall levels between the months of December through to March.


Prawn grading refers to the number of prawns per pound

i.e. a prawn cutlet (tail-on) size 26/30 means there are between 26 and 30 prawns per 450g. Jumbo whole prawns graded U10 means less than 10 prawns per pound

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Additional Information

Cooking Suggestions

Bananas retain their shape when cooked, and are generally more affordable than kings or tigers. They have a sweet mild flavour that makes them ideal for light and delicately flavoured dishes.

Health and Nutrition

Prawns contain a healthy fat profile (high amount Omega-3) that reduce the risk of heart attacks and lower blood pressure

Handy Hint

1kg whole prawns = 450g meat

Fast Fact

Banana prawns are snap frozen at sea

Recipe Card

Australian Prawn Panzanella Salad


Panko Breadcrumbs


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