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Barramundi Farming

Stock Photography By David C Hancock

Northern Australia's most iconic fish, the barramundi, is caught from the wild but, because demand from restaurants and the public is so high, barramundi farming has been established as an industry. Humpty Doo Barramundi farm, south-east of Darwin is one of Australia's largest fish farms. Chilled barramundi are shipped to all parts of Australia year-round.

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Photo Captions for Barramundi Farming

Image #1. Barramundi Farming Adelaide River floodplains - Humpty Doo Barramundi Farm where barramundi are grown for consumption around Australia. Aquaculture

Image #2. Barramundi Farming Adelaide River floodplains - Humpty Doo Barramundi Farm where barramundi are grown for consumption around Australia. Aquaculture

Image #3. Barramundi Farming Humpty Doo Barramundi Farm - early morning sunrise. Feeding fish and harvesting largish barra

Image #4. Barramundi Farming Workers at the NT Dept of Primary Industry and Fisheries Aquaculture Centre load young barramundi for farms

Image #5. Barramundi Farming Adelaide River floodplains - Humpty Doo Barramundi Farm where barramundi are grown for consumption around Australia. Aquaculture

Image #6. Barramundi Farming Adelaide River floodplains - Humpty Doo Barramundi Farm where barramundi are grown for consumption around Australia. Aquaculture

Image #7. Barramundi Farming Workers at the NT Dept of Primary Industry and Fisheries Aquaculture Centre load young barramundi for farms

Image #8. Barramundi Farming Humpty Doo Barramundi Farm - early morning sunrise. Feeding fish and harvesting largish barra

Image #9. Barramundi Farming Humpty Doo Barramundi Farm - early morning sunrise. Feeding fish and harvesting largish barra

Image #10. Barramundi Farming Humpty Doo Barramundi Farm - early morning sunrise. Feeding fish and harvesting largish barra

Image #11. Barramundi Farming Humpty Doo Barramundi Farm - early morning sunrise. Feeding fish and harvesting largish barra

Image #12. Barramundi Farming Humpty Doo Barramundi Farm - early morning sunrise. Feeding fish and harvesting largish barra

Image #13. Barramundi Farming Humpty Doo Barramundi Farm - early morning sunrise. Feeding fish and harvesting largish barra

Image #14. Barramundi Farming Humpty Doo Barramundi Farm - early morning sunrise. Feeding fish and harvesting largish barra

Image #15. Barramundi Farming Humpty Doo Barramundi Farm - early morning sunrise. Feeding fish and harvesting largish barra

Image #16. Barramundi Farming Aerial view of Adelaide River and Humpty Doo Barramundi farm where fish are grown for sale to restaurants and markets in Darwin and all over Australia.

Image #17. Barramundi Farming Humpty Doo Barramundi Farm produces top quality barramundi in ponds with water from the Adelaide River. The fish is harvested, graded and shipped to Darwin and interstate for use in restuarants and by chefs.

Image #18. Barramundi Farming Humpty Doo Barramundi Farm produces top quality barramundi in ponds with water from the Adelaide River. The fish is harvested, graded and shipped to Darwin and interstate for use in restuarants and by chefs.

Image #19. Barramundi Farming Humpty Doo Barramundi Farm produces top quality barramundi in ponds with water from the Adelaide River. The fish is harvested, graded and shipped to Darwin and interstate for use in restuarants and by chefs.

Image #20. Barramundi Farming Humpty Doo Barramundi Farm - the Palmerston Gamefishing club teaches youngsters and children how to fish - community event

Image #21. Barramundi Farming Humpty Doo Barramundi Farm produces top quality barramundi in ponds with water from the Adelaide River. The fish is harvested, graded and shipped to Darwin and interstate for use in restuarants and by chefs. Bob (left) and Dan Richards sorting fish ast Humpty Doo Barramundi

Image #22. Barramundi Farming Humpty Doo Barramundi Farm produces top quality barramundi in ponds with water from the Adelaide River. The fish is harvested, graded and shipped to Darwin and interstate for use in restuarants and by chefs.

Image #23. Barramundi Farming Humpty Doo Barramundi Farm produces top quality barramundi in ponds with water from the Adelaide River. The fish is harvested, graded and shipped to Darwin and interstate for use in restuarants and by chefs.

Image #24. Barramundi Farming Humpty Doo Barramundi Farm produces top quality barramundi in ponds with water from the Adelaide River. The fish is harvested, graded and shipped to Darwin and interstate for use in restuarants and by chefs. People harvesting barra - Steven Cross orange shirt), Nathan Downes (red shirt/beard), Kirren Munns (light brown shirt) and Peter Fisher (blue shirt operating hoist).

Image #25. Barramundi Farming Humpty Doo Barramundi Farm produces top quality barramundi in ponds with water from the Adelaide River. The fish is harvested, graded and shipped to Darwin and interstate for use in restuarants and by chefs. People harvesting barra - Steven Cross orange shirt), Nathan Downes (red shirt/beard), Kirren Munns (light brown shirt) and Peter Fisher (blue shirt operating hoist).

Image #26. Barramundi Farming Humpty Doo Barramundi Farm produces top quality barramundi in ponds with water from the Adelaide River. The fish is harvested, graded and shipped to Darwin and interstate for use in restuarants and by chefs.People harvesting barra - Steven Cross (yellow shirt), Nathan Downes (red shirt/beard), Kirren Munns (light brown shirt) and Peter Fisher (blue shirt operating hoist).

Image #27. Barramundi Farming Humpty Doo Barramundi Farm produces top quality barramundi in ponds with water from the Adelaide River. The fish is harvested, graded and shipped to Darwin and interstate for use in restuarants and by chefs.

Image #28. Barramundi Farming Humpty Doo Barramundi Farm produces top quality barramundi in ponds with water from the Adelaide River. The fish is harvested, graded and shipped to Darwin and interstate for use in restuarants and by chefs.

Image #29. Barramundi Farming Humpty Doo Barramundi Farm produces top quality barramundi in ponds with water from the Adelaide River. The fish is harvested, graded and shipped to Darwin and interstate for use in restuarants and by chefs. People harvesting barra - Steven Cross orange shirt), Nathan Downes (red shirt/beard), Kirren Munns (light brown shirt) and Peter Fisher (blue shirt operating hoist).

Image #30. Barramundi Farming Humpty Doo Barramundi Farm produces top quality barramundi in ponds with water from the Adelaide River. The fish is harvested, graded and shipped to Darwin and interstate for use in restuarants and by chefs.People harvesting barra - Steven Cross (yellow shirt), Nathan Downes (red shirt/beard), Kirren Munns (light brown shirt) and Peter Fisher (blue shirt operating hoist).

Image #31. Barramundi Farming Humpty Doo Barramundi Farm produces top quality barramundi in ponds with water from the Adelaide River. The fish is harvested, graded and shipped to Darwin and interstate for use in restuarants and by chefs.

Image #32. Barramundi Farming Dan Richards of Humpty Doo Barramundi with fingerlings that are being graded according to size during operations at the farm, south of Darwin NT

Image #33. Barramundi Farming Dan Richards of Humpty Doo Barramundi with fingerlings that are being graded according to size during operations at the farm, south of Darwin NT

Image #34. Barramundi Farming A storm moves across the Humpty Doo Barramundi Farm on the floodplains of the Top End. The fish is sent south to restaurants and also sold in Darwin

Image #35. Barramundi Farming Operations Manager Steve Mathews at tropical finfishery on Hurd Bay, Bathurst Island. Tiwi Aboriginal people leased the waters to the company. Photographer: David Hancock. Copyright: SkyScans.

Image #36. Barramundi Farming Humpty Doo Barramundi Farm produces top quality barramundi in ponds with water from the Adelaide River. The fish is harvested, graded and shipped to Darwin and interstate for use in restuarants and by chefs.

Image #37. Barramundi Farming Dan Richards of Humpty Doo Barramundi with fingerlings that are being graded according to size during operations at the farm, south of Darwin NT

Image #38. Barramundi Farming A storm moves across the Humpty Doo Barramundi Farm on the floodplains of the Top End. The fish is sent south to restaurants and also sold in Darwin

Image #39. Barramundi Farming Steve Sunk with a barramundi at the Humpty Doo barramundi farm, outside Darwin, NT. fish marine aquatic life recreation

 

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