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Delicious Wild Abalone Dish

Sustainable Wild Origin Abalone from Western Australia

Abalone super habitat

From the old growth forests branching into the sea where the Indian and Southern Oceans meet in Augusta, to the rugged exposed granite coastline of Albany, and the whitest beaches in the world outlining Esperance. This entire unpopulated coastline is washed by the pristine and crystal clear waters of the Southern Ocean. With a combination of granite headlands, hundreds of islands nestling among the temperate clear waters of the Southern Ocean, these natural attributes provide a unique and favourable habitat for Greenlip, Brownlip and Roei abalone.

Sustainable harvest

Lucky Bay Seafoods is owned by shareholders who are abalone quota holders in Western Australia. This guarantees continuity of supply and continues our company as the largest abalone processor in Western Australia, providing a diverse range of products servicing an ever expanding marketplace.

Pristine coasts

Western Australia is favoured with some of the most pristine and scenic coastline in the world. Lucky Bay Seafoods is a major contributor to the state’s natural wonders.

Lucky Bay Seafoods

Our brand name Lucky Bay Seafoods, formerly Dragon King Abalone, has been established for over 20 years and is the largest single brand name in Australia export Individually Quickly Frozen (IQF) wild caught Greenlip Abalone from Australia to the world. Lucky Bay Seafoods has the highest possible rating (A) with the Australian Quarantine and Inspection Service (AQIS). This assures our customers that our processing facility is kept to the highest hygiene standards in Australia.
Dragon King Abalone

Professional divers

Lucky Bay Seafoods have procured the services of over ten professionally trained divers, engaged in the harvest of wild abalone from their natural wild habitats in Southern Western Australia.
The Western Australian abalone fishery has been managed with a sustainable quota system for over 24 years. In fact the quotas today are of the same volume as when the Total Allowable Catch (TAC) management tool was first introduced. Historically and into the future, the Western Australian Commercial Wild Abalone Fishery is one of the most sustainable commercial fisheries in the world.

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