• The future of seafood – truly sustainable production

    By the year 2100, it is estimated that there will be 11 billion people on earth. Currently, we are at 7.2 billion, and there are already nearly 1 billion people who are chronically hungry every day.

    Being smart about how we produce our food will be a vital in the years to come.  There are exciting […]

  • Alejandro Saravia (Pastuso)

    Chef spotlight: Alejandro Saravia, Inst: @chefalejandrosaravia
    Director – Executive chef
    Pastuso Restaurant and Farmer’s Daughters 

    We sat down with Alejandro Saravio, the owner of Pastuso, a Peruvian inspired restaurant in Melbourne’s famous AC/DC lane.  Famed for making Peruvian cuisine famous in Melbourne, he has many other projects on the go including CHE, Farmer’s Daughters and young chef mentoring. […]

  • Conway Fish Trading

    Fishmonger spotlight: @conwayfish

    In 1969, Con Goulas started Conway Fish Trading in Footscray, providing fresh seafood to businesses near and far. For almost 50 years, Conway Fish Trading’s customers have always demanded the best quality seafood available.

    Not only does it have to be fresh, it also has to be the highest quality, sustainable, traceable and courses […]

  • Omega-3 Mega Source!

    Its well publicised that omega-3 is essential for brain health, but less well known is that Barramundi provides one of the highest concentrations for white fish and actually has similar levels as salmon.

    Omega-3 can be bought as concentrated fish oil capsules, however a diet that incorporates 2-3 meals of fish containing high levels of this […]

  • Proudly Australian

    Infinity Blue Barramundi is a brand of MainStream Aquaculture, whose head office is based in Wyndham, Victoria.

    MainStream Aquaculture have always been Australian owned since their inception in 2001.

    We are proud supporters of our local communities and employ close to 50 passionate, fish-loving folk.

    Its these fantastic staff who enable Infinity Blue Barramundi to be produced at […]

  • Easy to cook and hard to get wrong

    If you are not yet a master chef in the kitchen, and tend to burn your salads, do not fear cooking barramundi!

    While fish can sometimes be tricky to get right, the barramundi is very forgiving, no matter what cooking method you are using.

    Its skin naturally holds in moisture, reducing the chance of overcooking and drying […]

  • Superb tasting; a firm white succulent flesh with mild flavour

    Barramundi is rapidly becoming one of the world’s most sought after fish for its versatility in cooking methods, but also due to it’s outstanding flavour profile that keeps people coming back for more.

    Barramundi has a firm, white, succulent flesh with a mild flavour. These thick fillets, or whole fish can be cooked with the skin […]

  • Versatility; suits many cooking styles and recipes

    Infinity Blue Barramundi is a highly versatile fish.

    It can be steamed, baked, barbequed, casseroled, shallow fried, deep fried, oven fried, marinated, poached, steamed, soused, and even smoked!

    Due to its pure, clean and mild flavour, it is able to take on flavours, without being overpowering and is therefore suited to a large variety of cooking methods […]

  • A beautiful fish

    Barramundi is truly a beautiful fish. With its deep body, bright silver scales, wide tail, and large dorsal spines, it is an unmissable Australian icon
    Most Australians have grown up hearing the legendary stories of a mate who caught a meter long barra’ on a fishing trip up north, or can fondly remember sharing a whole […]

  • Australia’s most iconic fish

    Australians have been eating Barramundi for centuries, dating back to the Dreamtime. In fact, the word ‘Barramundi’ is derived from the aboriginal word for ‘river fish with large scales’.

    In the Dreaming two lovers who are not allowed to be together according to tribal law, run away together. They are pursued by the tribe and finally, […]