AUSTRALIAN HERRING (Arripis georgianus)

AUSTRALIAN HERRING (Arripis georgianus)


Not unlike its European namesake this little Aussie is an ideal conversation starter or breakfast guest. Tommies are a good source of omega3 oil, lending it to a range of preparation techniques.


Typically found in sheltered seagrass environments, key producing regions include the Northern Spencer and Gulf St Vincent.


Traditionally, this schooling species demonstrates year-round availability. The number of supplying regions peaks in March with December the lowest. Production can be variable due to a long migratory route between WA and SA.

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