Coorong Mullet (Aldrichetta forsteri) is a salt water and estuarine species that have a unique flavour that lends itself to many recipes. A soft moist texture and high in Omega 3. Coorong Mullet has a strong, distinct taste and moist oily flesh.
Mullet are found schooling in marine environments, estuaries and in some cases freshwater. There are about 16 species in Australia. Mullet are short lived, fast growing fish with robust stocks. They are caught by localised fisheries using target specific netting methods. Hence, both their biology and the fisheries that target them are inherently sustainable.
The Coorong Mullet fishery in has been certified as Sustainable by the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC). The Southern Fishermen’s Association representing the fishers in the Lakes and Coorong Fishery achieved MSC in June 2008.
Ocean to Plate
Coorong Mullet is filleted fresh on the day of catch and packed into retail or bulk packs. The product is frozen fresh, to maintain the quality of the same day caught freshness.
Retail: NEW 250g Packs
Bulk: 2kg Trays