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Best Seafood Markets in Perth, Australia

Are you looking for some fresh lobster tails or, an exclusive, tray of oysters? As most of us undeniably know Fremantle in Western Australia is one of the top places to get your fresh seafood. Fremantle has gotten known for its many fishing spots, seafood restaurants and its cruise ships, ferries, and its famous maritime museum.

Fremantle Harbour is proud of its contribution to the maritime field and is all about saving the planet. You’ll find that most boutiques, stalls, restaurants, and markets as well, are filled with ecofriendly ideas. These products that most stores offer are reusable cups, crotchet bags, even upcycling materials to create new things.

But, apart from Fremantle. It is a bit of a blur for many people to know where else they can source fresh seafood and most of the time people don’t feel like travelling 20-30 minutes to get one ingredient of a dish.

Below I have chosen the top 4 fresh seafood markets in Perth that operates around the Swan River. Firstly, I will start with the highest reviewed market.

1 KAILIS BROS LEEDERVILLE

Starting from one of the most popular seafood markets is our own Kailis Bros located on Oxford street of Leederville in Perth CBD. Built-in the early 2000s, the Kailis Bros started working towards their dreams around 1926 in Perth, coming from a small Greek island called, Kastellorizo.

Kailis Bros is open every day of the week from 8 am – 6 pm.

Additionally, not only do Kailis sell fresh seafood products, but they also cater for celebrations and events, and have their café section. Kailis has over 880 reviews and has a 4.3-star rating on google.

Kailis sells many products ranging from breads, cheeses, sauces, and handmade spice mixes, to freshly caught seafood products such as barramundi, emperor, mussels, lobsters, king prawns, and so much more. Unquestionably, Kailis sells all your cooking needs and wants.

Furthermore, you can email shop@kailisbrosleederville.com.au to find more of their stock lists, and their prices or you can visit them in-store and see what has get caught that morning. Some of Kailis popularly bought includes their top-selling products such as their scallops and king prawn range.

Fresh Half-shell Scallops harvested from the Abrolhos Islands of Western Australia. This cost $28 for a dozen.


Large Raw King Prawns caught in Shark Bay of Western Australia. 1kg of these fresh prawns cost $34.95.

2 SEAFRESH MYAREE

Seafood store has gotten located in the city of Myaree that is a 7-minute drive from Applecross and additionally an 11-minute drive from Fremantle itself. Seafresh has recently become very well-known in the fish market industry for its beautiful layout and undoubtedly their fresh and live produce.

Seafresh is open from 9 – 6 pm every weekday, and 9 am – 5 pm on the 11 am – 5 pm on Sunday. Moreover, Seafood Myaree has over 490 positive reviews, leaving them with a 4.5-star rating.

Apart from delivering the freshest produce, they also provide free filleting service to their customers. Seafresh also tends to respond to the reviews and questions frequently, which is always great when it comes to good customer service.

Seafresh has quite an extensive range of products from caviar, lobster, crabs, oysters, scallops, snapper, sashimi, and many more delicious seafood. Nevertheless, most of their fresh seafood comes from the offshores of Shark Bay or sources within Western Australia.

Shark Bay Crabs – Cooked or raw

$30 per kilo


Fresh-Rottnest-Island-Scallops

Fresh Rottnest Island Scallops – Whole and Half

Whole – $29.99 per kilo

Half – $3.99


Tiger-prawns

Tiger prawns from Queensland – Cooked or raw

$49.99 per kilo

Seafresh has also got another two branches located in Innaloo and Claremont.
Follow the Facebook pages which can get found on: https://seafreshfishmarkets.com/

3 Catalanos

Catalanos is a family-run Western Australian business that got built up from the ground in 1969. By 2020, Catalanos has three branches, one in Karrinyup, one in the Hillary’s region and the direct factory in Bassendean.

Catalanos doesn’t just serve you the freshest seafood produce in-store, they also provide delivery services if you spend over $50 and free delivery if you spend over $150. Delivery services are super convenient for times during the pandemic and perfect for when you don’t feel like leaving the house.

Catalanos is open from 9 am – 4.30 pm every weekday, 7.30 am – 1 pm on Saturday and closed on Sundays.

Catalanos has a vast range of fresh and frozen seafood to choose from that sure do taste great. These products include salmon from Tasmania, oysters, lobster tails, Skull Island tiger prawns, trout, clams, and even provide delicious dishes in their recipe section. One of their favourite recipes is Crispy skin toothfish with dark shiitake sauce for you to try at home.

Catalanos has some the best deals of the fresh, and frozen seafoods around that is hard to pass up. Some of their fish market menu prices include.

Tasmanian-Salmon

Tasmanian Salmon with skin on at $39.99 per kilo


Fresh-Oysters

Fresh Oysters, pre-shucked at $16 per dozen

Catalanos has a 4.4-star rating on google with over 160 reviews. You can find more information on their website: https://www.catalanos.net.au/

Finally, last but not least, we have our final Fishmarket.

4 Burswood Seafood

This seafood sensation admittedly, has had its doors open since October of 1988. Burswood seafood is best known for its fresh seafood range, and the snapped frozen products as well. With over 120 products on the line, there is no denying you won’t find what you’re looking for when it comes to seafood and everything in between.

Burswood Seafood is open every day from 8 am – 6 pm, excluding some public holidays. Unfortunately, even though Burswood seafood has been up and running for quite some time. I don’t think many people take much notice of this diamond in the rough. Many people opt and buy their seafood products from ‘larger’ brands. Basically to ‘follow the crowd’.

Not only does Burswood seafood have a large building to showcase their seafood. But, they also have two trucks that have gotten set up in Crawley, and Guildford. to buy fresh produce from your area of choice.

Burswood Seafood websites set out very clean and are easy to locate what you need from prawns, fish fillets, whole fish, crustaceans to molluscs. They sell products like lobster tails, Morton bay bugs, octopus, oysters and even delicacies like silverfish and NZ flounder.

More information can get found: https://www.burswoodseafood.com.au/shop/

Some of their popular products from their fish market menu prices include.

Fresh-Crabs

Fresh Crabs caught from the Mandurah Peel region.

Raw Crab – $17.90 per kilo Cooked Crab – $19.90 per kilo


Rock-lobsters

Rock lobsters caught at the Batavia coast in Geraldton. Price of 2x 200g lobster tails are $30. These lobster tails are perfect for grilling. Whole lobster will vary in pricing, it is best to view pricing in store or call in advance with the size you want.

Burswood seafood has over 380 reviews and a 4.5-star rating on google.

Final thoughts

That concludes our top 4 seafood markets in Perth that provide both fresh seafood and frozen. There are many other great fish markets out there to experience and create yummy dishes from fresh seafood.

I also recommend you trying some lobster tails and oysters from the Atlantic Seafood market. If you feel a little lazy, and don’t feel like cooking. Three fantastic restaurants I suggest that have the best lobster and oyster dishes. These include, Petition, the C restaurant, and last but not least, The Lucky Shag Waterfront Bar.

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