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Pacific Reef Fisheries

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Cobia Info Sheet

A broad flaked, firm, sweet flesh with a high fat content and fantastic performance in both sashimi and western cooking preparations; the Cobia being farmed by Pacific Reef in Far North Queensland is a superb, premium quality fish

Guthalungra Expansion

Pacific Reef Fisheries (Bowen) recently received approval from the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority (GBRMPA) to expand the prawn farm at Guthalungra in the Townsville / Whitsunday Management Area of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park

Sustainability

Sustainable farming practices are a critical part of the world’s current and future food production systems – not because it is fashionable but because our future will depend on it.

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Latest News

  • ASC Certified - Pacific Reef Fisheries has achieved ASC certification: 30th May 2018
  • Christmas Prawn Price War - 18th December 2017, Pacific Reef Fisheries featured on 9 News    
  • ASC Audit - Shrimp and Cobia Standard Audit: 4th – 7th September 2017

 

ASC Certified

The Aquaculture Stewardship Council is an independent, international non-profit organisation that manages the world’s leading certification and labelling programme for responsible and sustainable aquaculture.

Alva Beach Site

Pacific Reef Fisheries (Alva) currently operates a 98 Ha aquaculture facility about 2km south of the township of Alva 

Hatchery (Guthalungra)

We operate a modern state-of-the-art hatchery facility at Guthalungra in North Queensland, supplying Post Larvae to the Alva Beach Site each season.

Environmental Initiatives 

There are four key areas that the aquaculture industry needs to focus on in terms of environmental sustainability: Feed Supply, Discharge Water Quality, Domestication & Energy Management


Frequently Asked Questions

Read our frequently asked questions for more information about what we do and how we operate.

Please feel free to contact us for any other enquires or questions you may have.