seafood in albany wa
in Albany WA
find fresh local seafood in albany
Albany small fishing fleet bring in fresh local deep sea fish daily.
At our local outlets you will find squid, King George Whiting, Gummy Shark and Snapper.
Sardines, pilchards and herrings are among the fish on offer. Buy local fresh fish or expertly processed & frozen, packaged conveniently in vac-packs. A top quality local product and great service. 104 John Street, Albany WA 6330 firstname.lastname@example.org PH 08 9841 7780
Visit our fish and chips page to find an outlet near you where you can dine in or take away your meal.
Blue Swimmer Crab can be purchased (in season / summer ) at the Boatshed markets on Sundays between 10 am - 1pm. Best to get there early as stocks are limited. Also purchase crab from Great Southern Seafoods (phone first). (08) 9842 2551
Fresh fish is on offer Sundays 10am - 1pm Boatshed Markets. Arrive early for fish as there is sometimes a queue before opening. East of the Entertainment Centre, overlooking the harbour, in the big shed opposite the little sandy bay. King George Whiting, Queen & King Snapper, Cobbler, Flathead, Squid, Crabs & more.
A modern state-of-the-art fresh fish retail outlet & factory close to the town centre. By owning their own boats, they guarantee a constant supply of premium quality fresh local seafood at very competitive prices. 37 Hercules Cres, Albany WA 6330 (on way to leisure centre) (08) 9842 2551
The Old Marron Farm, a perfect family day out. Wander through our huge undercover aviary & hand feed native & exotic parrots. Enjoy local seafood at our restaurant. See our Koi and trout ponds below. 304 Two People's Bay Road, Albany WA email@example.com PH 08 9846 4239
Albany WA is home to a vast range of seafood species
Find fresh local seafood and fish in Albany western Australia on the Find Albany website.
Enjoying some fresh seafood and fish while you stay in Albany is a must!
During the winter time, fishermen in Albany will tell you that the fish tastes best.
Thats because of our cold deep waters in the Southern Ocean.
Our local squid is usually available around town at fish and chip outlets, and can be caught from the town jetty.