While South Australian waters are home to an abundance of fish, there’s a catch. Most of us like to eat only a few types of seafood.
To relieve pressure on popular fish, why not try a different fish in your next recipe and support sustainability?
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Australian Salmon (Salmon Trout)
Australian Salmon is also known as Salmon Trout or WA Salmon. Large schools of fish migrate between Western Australia and South Australia.
Mulloway is a flavourful and versatile fish. In the South Australian Lakes and Coorong fishery, it is certified sustainable.
Octopus is most commonly caught as a by catch in Lobster pots in South Australia and is best purchased from your local fish retailer.
Sand Crabs have a pink shell and two identifiable dark red or purple-coloured spots. They generally have softer meat than Blue Swimmer Crabs.
Sardines are rich in Omega 3 essential oils. South Australia’s Sardine fishery is one of the largest in the world, producing some of the highest quality Sardines in the Southern Hemisphere.
Snook are commonly found between autumn and summer and form schools over areas of seagrass.