WIN a $1000 gift card to Kitchen Warehouse
Welcome to the Infinity Blue Barramundi
Try Australia’s best Barramundi and go into the draw to WIN a $1000 Gift voucher to Kichen Warehouse and weekly prizes of $50 Gift Cards and Smoked Barramundi Hampers. Find your local stockist below.
Use the form below to provide your details to enter the Infinity Blue Competition for a chance to win a $1000 Kitchen Warehouse Voucher, or to win one of the weekly prizes. Note: Only one entry allowed per week, duplicate entries will be invalidated. Receipt must be uploaded to show valid purchase for entry to be valid.
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8 great reasons for Infinity Blue Barramundi
If we can take a positive during this whole pandemic, it’s realising that we can get a whole lot more delivered to our door than we first thought. Obviously it’s convenient, but in some cases, having items delivered straight to your door is […]
Food and Beverage covers MainStream Aquaculture and the new avenues to getting our Barramundi to consumers from our new Farm Gate pop up, to our online store. As well as our recent work with some local and interstate charities and […]
Wyndham Star Weekly covers Infinity Blue Barramundi and we discuss our new hampers and Farm gate Pop Up.
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Star Weekly – Hamper of Great Tastes
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 […]
A new era has begun with Smoked and Chilled Barramundi being made available for customers to buy direct from the Infinity Blue Website with Home delivery available for both Melbourne Metro and some Regional Victoria.
Eating Healthy and Buying Local has […]
Victoria, Australia is known for its foodie culture, beautiful scenery and wild coastlines, but what it is less known for is its deep and long history in aquaculture. In fact, ‘Budj Bim’ – located in South West Victoria and 40km […]