New Season Carnarvon raw king prawns are only $11.99/kg. 3kg Box of Large Raw King Prawns only $57.


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.

New Season Albany Fresh mussels are now available.


Black/Blue mussels are sustainably harvested fresh daily from the Cockburn & Warnbro Sounds. Local mussels are in prime condition at this time of year and we are currently selling them for only $7.90/kg. Pick up a kilo or two for dinner tonight!

These mussels are the preferred choice of restaurateurs for their menus due to their culinary quality. Mussels are alive; any slightly open shells should respond to a tap on the shell by closing, discard any shells that gape open.


Greenlip mussels (Perna canaliculus) possess a jade coloured shell with plump, flavoursome meat (av 30% larger). These mussels are regularly sold as whole shell, in the half shell, blanched meat, marinated and smoked.

Greenlip mussels are fine to cook from frozen.

Our Broadbill Swordfish are caught by pelagic longline gear in deep offshore waters of the Indian Ocean. Fish are found in depths to 550m and bycatch can include Mahi Mahi, Tuna and Ray’s bream.


Swordfish are a fast-swimming predator that uses it long, flat bill to impale and slash their prey. Swordfish can grow to 4.5m and 500kg but are commonly found in 1.5-3m long and of 70-150kg. The bill accounts for one third of the total length.


Catches of Australian swordfish is limited to a total allowable catch limit, thus restricting the weight of fish that can be caught by each commercial fisher.