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Rare whale fossil sets jawbones wagging at Museum Victoria

April 17, 2014
Mystery of the deep: Palaeontologist Erich Fitzgerald with the fossilised whale skull A rare fossilised whale skull found by chance deep in the remote waters of the Southern Ocean has been donated to Museum Victoria by Austral Fisheries. Picked up by the Austral Leader 2 while fishing for Glacier 51 toothfish, from more than a Read more »

Counting down to new season Glacier 51 Toothfish

April 7, 2014
Isla Eden toothfish longline
The weekend saw both of Austral Fisheries’ longline vessels depart for their long voyages to Heard Island to catch the prized Glacier 51 Toothfish.  Longline season begins in the Heard Island fishery on the 15th April and we have many excited customers waiting for their new season fillets and brand new 150g retail portion packs. Read more »

13th March 2014: Austral gives Boston launch to retail packs of ‘Glacier 51’ MSC toothfish

March 13, 2014
Glacier 51 toothfish retail packs
by Tom Seaman, Undercurrentnews.com Austral Fisheries is exhibiting its “Glacier 51” toothfish brand at the Boston seafood show next week, with retail portion packs set to be available after the start of the next fishing season. The Australian fishing company, which Japanese giant Maruha Nichiro bought 50% of last year from Pescanova, launched its “Glacier 51” brand Read more »

Retail packs – Glacier 51 Toothfish

March 10, 2014
Glacier 51 Toothfish retail
Always wanted to cook Glacier 51 toothfish at home? finefish seafood retail shop in Neutral Bay Sydney is now selling MSC certified Glacier 51 toothfish portions to the public. Grab some today and impress your friends with your own creation from Australia’s sub-Antarctic. http://www.finefish.com.au/contact.html

Neil Perry on G51 Toothfish in March Qantas In-flight Magazine

March 7, 2014
Below is an excerpt from Neil Perry’s March column in the Qantas Australian Way In-Flight Magazine. What comes to mind when thoughts turn to dining in Perth? Breezy seaside eateries, perhaps. Great steakhouses, of course! But the West Australian capital also has authentic Asian restaurants that are well worth seeking out. Without a shadow of a Read more »