Blue Harvest

Blue Harvest is an Australian specialist seafood sales and marketing agency. We work with the best domestic and international seafood producers to consolidate supply, sell and market premium quality seafood products to major Australian seafood retailers and wholesalers.

About Blue Harvest


Blue Harvest offers targeted services to quality producers of seafood across Australia to achieve market access, brand recognition, continuous improvement in quality and long term sustainability for their business.

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Blue Harvest works closely with some of the largest wholesalers and corporate retailers of seafood in Australia to provide full product solutions across a range of seafood categories.

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Our Strengths

With core expertise in aquaculture and business development, our team has had hands on experience along the seafood supply chain including seafood production, seafood processing, quality management, distribution, sales and marketing, seafood retail and food service, and as such we bring a wide array of skills and industry knowledge to the seafood clients and customers we represent.

Our Standards

We maintain the highest quality and sustainability standards to provide the best possible seafood products to wholesalers and retailers.


We focus on providing complete transparency in communications between our seafood producer clients, customers and our team. We support this by utilising a cloud based data management system that clients and customers can access remotely at any time to monitor their sales figures and order status.

Our Services

Blue Harvest provides seafood producers with targeted, efficient sales and marketing services tailored to maximise sales and brand position of their product within the dynamic domestic Australian seafood market and, where applicable, the international seafood market.

Why Blue Harvest?

Our Product

Blue Harvest represents Australian farmers and producers of the finest quality seafood products including prawns, mussels, oysters, pipis, lobster, crab and finfish.

Our Clients

Blue Harvest is proud to work with some of Australia’s best seafood producers to deliver premium quality products to major Australian seafood retailers and wholesales. For more information on each of our clients please click on their logo below.

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White Spot Syndrome Virus in Prawns

In November 2016, in what is potentially a devastating turn for the Australian Prawn Farming industry, White Spot Syndrome Virus (WSSV) was discovered on a prawn farm on the Logan River, QLD. Until then, Australia had been the only prawn growing region in the world free from WSSV. xxx There is no food safety risk or risk to human health from WSSV, however the disease is highly lethal and contagious for prawns, killing them quickly once it takes hold. xxxx There are currently no available treatments for WSSV but prawn producers in Asia and the Americas have successfully implemented production management strategies to reduce the impact of the disease on their farms. xxxx The Australian Department of Agriculture and Water Resources Biosecurity division is presently working with stakeholders to implement emergency response plans to limit the impact of the WSSV outbreak. xxx Media updates are being released as soon as developments occur. For more information please visit: xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx xxx

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Sydney Rock versus Pacific Oysters – Size Comparison

It is a common misconception that Pacific Oysters are much larger in size than Sydney Rock Oysters. It is true that Pacific Oysters grow faster and can reach impressive sizes such as Grande (400g+), however when comparing the standard size grades of Pacific and Sydney Rock Oysters, the size difference is actually quite minimal. The chart below shows the average sizes within the standard size grades for both species and shows that Sydney Rock Oysters really do measure up where it counts.

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Blue Harvest Update: A New Way to Grade, Clyde River Oysters

What do you do when the traditional systems of oyster grading no longer apply?

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