An independent guide to the sustainability of seafood found at Australian fishmongers, supermarkets, fish and chip shops and restaurants.
A guide to Australian restaurants and food businesses that no longer serve or sell 'red listed' unsustainable seafood.
About the guide
GoodFish: Australia’s Sustainable Seafood Guide is your comprehensive guide to seafood sustainability.
This tool is here to empower you to act on growing public concern about the impact of fishing on our ocean ecosystems and their wildlife.
A simple choice can support an abundance of fresh and local seafood for generations to come.
Introducing Ben Shewry - Good Fish Project Ambassador
"If I don’t have most sustainable menu I can have in terms of shellfish and seafood – then I am contributing to the problem."Introducing Attica's Ben Shewry as the ambassador of Australian Marine Conservation Society Good Fish Project. He is leading a community of over 75 chefs and restaurants across the country who have pledged to serve only sustainably sourced seafood on their menu.Posted by GoodFish Project on Wednesday, April 17, 2019
Do you have a restaurant of food business that believe in better seafood choices?
Businesses around the country are already making this change. Use this link to start the journey to support healthier oceans today.