• Serving up a Feast at the Australian Open

    Infinity Blue was chosen to help fuel the Tennis players in the Player’s Lounge at this year’s Australian Open.  

    Along with the implementation of a large tank with three golden Barramundi on display we also discussed the health components of Barramundi with National Performance Dietician for Tennis Australia, Joanna Shinewell who recommended barramundi to players at this year’s Australian Open because of its […]

  • Infinity Blue Barramundi Competition

    We are excited to announce that we are currently running a competition for customers of Infinity Blue Barramundi.

    Purchase an Infinity Blue Springwater Barramundi from participating stores to go in the draw to win weekly prizes to bathe in water from the same source that our fish are reared in at the Hepburn Bathhouse or Peninsula […]

  • What Does The BAP Certification Logo Mean?

    Pictured: Thomas Moyle from Mainstream Aquaculture at the Brussels Seafood Expo, where he met with the BAP Certification team.
     

    Sustainability is important for all businesses, both large and small. We at Mainstream Aquaculture are doing our bit by adhering to the world recognised BAP standards.

    To become certified in BAP, or Best Aquaculture Practice, MainStream Aquaculture conducts […]

  • Twisted Fisherman Food Truck

    Infinity Blue have teamed up with Twisted Fisherman Food Truck to create delicious ready to eat meals for events across Victoria. This means that you can taste our fresh, locally grown Barramundi without even having to prepare it!

    Twisted Fisherman Food Truck has a strict, local seafood only policy and a dedication to working with top […]

  • Women in Aquaculture

    Alpa is a legend of MainStream Aquaculture and vital to our hatchery.

    A fantastic site that features key female representatives in the global Aquaculture industry and their contributions can be found here at www.thefishsite.com.  

    On the local front, Women in Seafood Australasia (WISA) recognise, support, encourage and enhance women in the seafood sector.

    Involving more women in the seafood […]