These wild caught West Australian Prawns are perfect to barbeque this summer.

There are 3 species of King Prawns – Western, Eastern & Redspot.


Our Western King Prawns are caught in the pristine waters of the world heritage area Shark Bay and the Exmouth Gulf between April to November each year.


King prawns are trawled over hard sand sediment during the night with the average size 10-16cm in length and 30-45g


Australia’s prawn fisheries are very well managed by having a limited number of vessels, seasonal closures, area closures, gear controls and time/moon closures.


A Christmas time favourite for seafood platters and salads. Pick up a 5kg Party Party Pack of Large Exmouth Cooked Prawns for only $120.

The Endeavour prawn is the tastiest wild caught prawn in Australia. Our Exmouth Fresh Cooked Endeavours are bursting with flavour and available daily.


There are two species of Endeavour prawns –

Blue (M. endeavouri) and Red (M. ensis). They range in size from about 22-30g each and 7-14cm in length. Red Endeavour Prawns are slightly smaller.


Important note: There is a difference between Endeavour prawns and other species. On some Endeavours you may notice some discolouration about the head - with some heads becoming quite dark. With other species this indicates that the prawn is not fresh, however this discolouration is characteristic of the Endeavour and not necessarily a reflection of their quality.