Blue Threadfin Salmon
Parrot fish (Wrasse)
Blue Swimmer Crab
Occupies the warmer waters in the tropical regions of Australia. A versatile fish living in both salt and freshwater. Species in estuarine waters generally has a silvery bronze colour whilst
Found in southern waters from the lower coast of WA to southern NSW. Generally an estuarine species where it feeds on marine worms and shellfish. Colour ranges from dull gold to silvery olive brown.
These crabs often have a blue body and stick like legs and claws. Found in all states of Australia, especially popular in SA, NSW and QLD
Found predominantly in northern coastal waters from WA to Queensland. Prefers warmer estuarine waters and tends to keep rather close to the coast line - around bays, estuaries, beaches and rivers.
One of the most highly sought after reef fish in the northern tropics of Australia. Exhibits strikingly beautiful body colour ranging from greenish brown and pinkish grey in the shallower reefs to
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This is a surface feeding fish with a slender, bony complexion. Commonly targeted for both food and bait, they can be found in bays, estuaries and coastal waters.
Dwells in the southern coastal waters of Australia from southern QLD to WA. They are an unusual looking fish and reveal a thumb-like spot on either side of its body.
Features a dark reddish colour. Normally found throughout the tropical north amongst mangrove estuaries, salt water creeks and even mangrove beach areas.
Yellow-eye mullet congregate in schools in the southern waters of Australia. Prefers areas with sand or mud bottoms in water depths up to 20m.
Prefers the deeper waters and usually found in major southern surf beaches, offshore reefs, estuarine rivers and lake systems. Features a lateral line of silver or bronze scales with colours ranging
Parrot fish have tusk-like front teeth fused together with a similar look to a beak and hence the name 'Parrot' fish. They are bottom dwellers, preferring the cover of rock or coral. Feeds on coral,
Found from northern New South Wales to mid Queensland. Frequents offshore deep waters from 20 - 60m, usually over reef, gravel or rubble seabeds. A very fine table fish.
Highly targeted species that occupies the northern waters of Australia and preferring the deeper waters near heavy reef structures. It usually inhabits the reef edge near the current influence.
Found along the east coast of Australia from Noosa Heads in Queensland to eastern Victoria and dwell in rockpools, estuaries and rocky reefs.
Common in WA, it is found over reefs and waters up to 50m deep. Fairly stout fish uniformly coloured in bronze to grey-green across the back. Revered for its excellent sport and table qualities.
This fish species is normally found in abundant numbers and feeds on vast sandy areas in bays and inlets. Sand Flathead are found in southern VIC (including TAS), coastal QLD and southern WA.
Most common species of trevally. Widely distributed, from southern Queensland right around the southern states to as far north as North West Cape in WA. Found around reefs and open headlands.
This peculiar species Lie solely on the seabed on one side of their body. Have both eyes on the other side. Flounders are flatfish which can be found in bays and estuaries.
Has a very slender narrow body with silvery sides, large mouth and long canine teeth. Inhabits the cooler southern waters of Australia.
The largest of the mackerel family. This species is streamlined, fast swimming and free-roaming oceanic schooling fish. Common to the northern and central waters of Australia.
Predominantly an ocean fish found in the southern states of Australia. Predatory fish with a mid-sized elongated body, large mouth lined with small but very sharp teeth.
Common to the tropical north, Queenfish are members of the trevally family and school and attack just as much as their blunt-shaped cousins.
Found as north as Shark Bay down to southern WA. This fish is one of the most commercially valuable and recreationally sought after finfish in Western Australia.
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