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Richards Brothers Seafoods (Qld) Pty Ltd are wholesale Seafood specialists with more than 26 years experience in the seafood industry. We are situated at Geebung, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.
Richards Brothers Seafoods (Qld) Pty Ltd are agents for a number of Companies and have access to others. Consequently we carry a large range of food products and have access to other products. We are agents for Austral Fisheries in South East Queensland.
Austral Fisheries products are available at Richards Brothers Seafoods (Qld) Pty Ltd.
Austral Fisheries February 2015 Price List - Click Here
Austral Fisheries has launched a new product line to the Australian marketplace - Glacier 51 Toothfish fillets. These 3 to 4kg fillets are dry processed and vacuum sealed to retain its premium qualities.
Glacier 51 Toothfish is the only wild caught, white fleshed fillet of this size, that has the sustainable credentials of the MSC and Seafood Watch program to arrive in any market.
LeRoy Atlantic Salmon Portions
Clearwater Canadian Scallops
Clearwater Fish Roe
Gulf of Carpentaria wild caught Prawns.
Introducing Skull Island Local Torpedo Crumbed Prawns - See the PDF
Download the Austral Fisheries Product Brocure for products you can buy from Richards Brothers Seafoods (Q) Pty Ltd
Patagonian (Antarctic) Toothfish Fillets now available at Richards Brothers Seafoods (Qld) Pty Ltd at Geebung.
One of the biggest sellers we have is the LeRoy Atlantic Salmon portion and whole sides of salmon.
Atlantic Salmon portions come in two sizes: -
180 gr Skinless and 200 gr Skin On.
New Skrei - Artic Cod
Longlining for Toothfish at Heard Island on Austral Leader II - Winter 2009
Scull Island Ocean Caught Tiger Prawns
The Southern Champion is an 87m factory stern trawler, built in Viareggio, Italy in 1974 and was originally named the Giljanes. It was purchased by Austral Fisheries in 1998.
The Southern Champion is capable of staying at sea for around 100 days and can carry up to 35 crew, which includes two observers. In the sub-Antarctic, this vessel can process around 45t of product per day; though in warmer temperatures of the southern Indian Ocean, only processes around 25t.