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South East Trawl Fishing Industry Association

Bullock Island, Lakes Entrance Fishermens Cooperative, Lakes Entrance, VIC, 3909

Sustainable fishing practices protect our future.

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Robert and Betty Pender

49 Riverview Dr, Karumba, QLD, 4891

Hi, we are a family business supplying top quality fresh and frozen wild caught seafood from the Gulf of Carpentaria. We supply mud crab, barramundi (graded) King Threadfin, Grey Mackerel and other species. Our product is guaranteed! We cater to the client but normally , frozen fillets are packed in boxes, either individually wrapped of shatter packed. Our fresh fish has in the past been distributed to Sydney and Melbourne with 100% posative feed back. Ingham Rd Seafoods handle all our fresh product now. We are proud to be supplying North Qld with seafood that keeps customers coming back again and again. Primarily we supply Ingham Rd Seafoods in Townsville with the best seafood available, ask their staff for Robert and Betty Penders fish!


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