An event in collaboration with Fish Tales Australia.
Come and see, smell, touch and taste the finest Seafood in Australia. Talk to the catchers and growers about how they catch or produce such amazing seafood, try their catch and enjoy a few tasty beverages.
The event will be a combination of market stalls, masterclasses, tastings and other attractions. Includes: glass of bubbles on arrival, tastings, masterclasses, access to meet with the finest seafood producers in Australia.
Date | Sunday 4th March 2018
Time | 2 – 5pm
Location | Glasshouse, Pialligo Estate
Cost | $30pp
Tickets | Purchase here
Products/Vendors that will be showcased:
- Kinkawooka Mussels
- Cloudy Bay Clams
- Mt Cook Alpine Sakio Salmon
- Australia’s Oyster Coast Sydney Rock Oysters
- Humpty Doo Barramundi
- Coffs Harbour Co-op Mahi Mahi & Kingfish
- Lee Fish Snapper
- Sea Traders Scallops
- Mooloolah River Fisheries King Prawns & Swordfish
- Yarra Valley Salmon Caviar
- Glacier 51 Toothfish
Trade Only Event – There is also a trade only event on Monday 5th March 2018. Details here – https://
About Fish Tales
John Susman (Director)
Susman has been catching, processing, selling, marketing and mostly eating seafood professionally for the past 30 years. Having worked across all aspects of the industry from catcher to cook to critic, Susman is well placed to work with every stakeholder in the supply chain to dream up the best way to get their catch to market and the best products into the best restaurants. As founder of the legendary Flying Squid Brothers, Australia’s first truly vertically integrated catching and processing seafood business, Susman has maintained a close love affair with all things wet, cold, smelly and slimy. As a seafood judge, commentator and author, Susman released the Australian Fish and Seafood Cookbook with a group of fishy chums in 2016, to critical acclaim. As a sitting board member of the Fisheries Research and Development Corporation, Susman is across the latest trends in fisheries and with a network of best-in-class catchers, distributors and cooks of seafood. Favourite Fish – anything that swims (except whale and dolphin).