Aquaculture Gladstone is a $12 million multi-species fish hatchery at Lake Awoonga. Aquaculture Gladstone is one of the largest fish stocking programs in Queensland, producing up to 5 million Barramundi, Mangrove Jack and Sea Mullet fingerlings a year at peak production. GAWB and the Aquaculture Gladstone facility are actively driving future growth and development of Queensland’s aquaculture industry.
The Aquaculture Gladstone facility features:
Aquaculture Gladstone releases Barramundi, Mangrove Jack and Sea Mullet fingerlings into Lake Awoonga throughout the year. For more information about the fingerlings and our releases, please contact email@example.com
The Aquaculture Gladstone Interpretive Display is located front of house at our Aquaculture Gladstone facility. Complete with a live fish exhibit, the interpretive display highlights and educates visitors on the different fish species being bred at the Aquaculture Gladstone fish hatchery.
The interpretive display at Aquaculture Gladstone is also home to two incredibly rare species of Barramundi – White Barramundi and Golden Barramundi.
Aquaculture Gladstone is delighted to offer tours of our Interpretive Display area to groups including school and university students, and community organisations. We are open to tours for groups from any size up to 30 people and tours generally run for about an hour.
To express an interest in a tour, please nominate a time below and provide as much information as possible so we can tailor the tour to your group. Once we receive your information, one of our Aquaculture Gladstone team will be in touch to confirm details.Please note however, Aquaculture Gladstone is an operational hatchery and we reserve the right to cancel tours at short notice. If this does happen, we endeavour to give you as much notice as possible. Many thanks from the Aquaculture Gladstone team.