The wild winds and deep waters off Western Australia’s coast create an incredible bounty of fresh flavours that are uniquely West Australian.
A place of natural beauty renowned for the Albany Rock Oyster. Albany is one of the most southern points on the Western Australian coast, known for its stunning scenery, sheltered beaches, and where warm Leeuwin Current waters mix with those from Antarctica in the Southern Ocean. Historically a whaling town, these days the waves around Albany have gained a reputation for surfing and fine local seafood.
Pure, pristine water with a unique current and mineral balance. Garden Island is a narrow limestone outcropping located off the WA coast. The land is classified as an A-class reserve, home to birds, little penguins and the rare tammar wallaby. Its long been known as one of Perth’s best fishing spots, and its pure blue water makes it an outstanding location for growing our Akoya. Dolphins are often spotted in the waters as we harvest our seafood.
Fed by the warm Leeuwin Current and influenced by the salty pristine waters of Shark Bay, our Carnarvon farm benefits from a uniquely warm and rich environment. 990km north of Perth, Carnarvon is the hub of the Gascoyne region and has long been famous for its fresh produce and succulent seafood. This is our newest farm, trialling aquaculture in different areas of the region where it has never been done before.
Regenerative aquaculture is key to restoring our oceans to a flourishing state. Our farms in Albany, Garden Island and Carnarvon are designed around regenerative aquaculture, a way to create thriving habitats, sequester carbon from the atmosphere and offer food security above and below the waves.