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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 supply quality Gulf of Carpentaria Barramundi (Lates calcarifer) from Karumba, North Queensland.
The dates for the Gulf of Carpentaria closed season for barramundi each year are midday 7 October to midday 1 February (but possession on boats at sea will be allowed until midday 17 October).
Richards Brothers Seafoods have now received supplies of Barramundi Fillets from the 2014 season.
Local Karumba Barramundi
Looking for quality Australian Fish Fillets.
Acording to Wikipedia Barramundi is a loanword from the Australian Aboriginal language meaning "large-scaled river fish".
Originally, the name barramundi referred to Saratoga and Gulf Saratoga
Thai language pla kapong ปลากะพง
Malayalam language kalaanji
Malaysia - Siakap
Teluga language India pandugappa
Bengali Indian bhetki
Goa Western Indian Konkani Chonak
Richards Brothers Seafoods (Qld) Pty Ltd sell Turtle Fisheries local Gulf of Carpentaria Barramundi fillet.
Claudine is the Master of fishing vessel, the M.V. Turtle holding a Skipper Grade Three and a Marine Engine Driver Grade Three and Unrestricted Coxswain. Claudine also is an authorised Maritime Communications Invigilator and a Justice of the Peace. In 2004 Claudine was awarded The RIRDC Queensland Rural Woman's Award. Claudine and her husband Garry have been training professional fishermen and women in Karumba for the last 20 years. Claudine, along with her husband Garry, have been professional fisherpersons on the east coast of Queensland and the Gulf of Carpentaria for 35 years.
Provide a link to a Barramundi recipe
This was the Karumba Fire Station when I visited Karumba in 1970/1971.
Karumba Mini Moke Fire Engine
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