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Eyre Peninsula Seafoods

Home to Australia’s finest mussel brands

Our Premium Products

Eyre Peninsula Seafoods is home to Australia’s premium mussel brands: Kinkawooka Shellfish and Boston Bay Mussels. Soft, small and sweet with a rich creamy texture, our mussels are simply the best. Ocean fresh, certified organic and sustainably farmed, our mussels are good for you and the ocean.

Kinkawooka Shellfish

Cooking for a crowd? With Kinkawooka’s 1kg Ready to Cook Mussels you can easily serve up a pot of our ocean fresh mussels to your dinner guests.

Mussel Hot Pot

They’re here and they’re fabulous… our Boston Bay Mussel Hot Pot from the pristine waters off the Eyre Peninsula, packed fresh using only the best ingredients.

Boston Bay

Our 1kg Ready to Cook Boston Bay Mussels make the perfect choice to cook when feeding a crowd. Restaurant quality mussels in your home!

Soft, small and sweet mussels

We are proud to farm the highest quality sweet and creamy native blue mussels from the pristine waters of Boston Bay. Our innovative SeaSure packaging means our premium brands – Kinkawooka Shellfish and Boston Bay Mussels – are available on selected supermarket shelves and premium seafood retailers so every Australian can enjoy the ocean fresh taste of Australia’s finest quality mussels.

Sustainability and the environment

We know sustainability matters to you… it matters to us, too. We grow our mussels to have zero impact on the environment. We are committed to using sustainable harvesting and processing practices to reduce our impact… and protect the waters for generations to come.

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Our recipes

Greek Style Fried Mussels

Greek Style Fried Mussels

Bring the vibrancy and passion of the Mediterranean to your table with this generous and delicious Greek style fried mussel recipe that is sure to a smile on anyone’s face.

Mussels Marinara

Mussels Marinara

Love this classic southern Italian mussel marinara recipe. Made with the best mussels from the pristine waters of Boston Bay on the Eyre Peninsula.

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Kinkawooka chilli mussels

Kinkawooka chilli mussels

Kinkawooka Mussels with Miso Butter

Kinkawooka Mussels with Miso Butter

Thai Red Curry with Kinkawooka Mussels

Thai Red Curry with Kinkawooka Mussels

Mussels with Pale Ale and Thyme

Mussels with Pale Ale and Thyme

Wholesale and retail

As one of Australia’s largest mussel producers, we pride ourselves on innovative farming practices, high standards of food safety and processing technology. Our focus is to maintain a smooth and efficient production process so you can get the supply you want… when you need it.

Our water to plate process

Our quest to produce Australia’s finest mussels drives everything we do. And we don’t rely on luck – we know exactly what it takes. That’s why we follow a tried and true harvesting process to produce the rich, plump and creamy mussels you love.

1 Seed & Grow
2 Care & Harvest
3 Process & Grade
4 Seal & Deliver

News & Articles

Eating mussels for the family meal became a habit that we all enjoyed

Busy? Aren’t we all! Since we came out of a lockdown it can feel like the days are moving faster and we have less time to do those things that are important to our health. Whilst the lockdowns were hard, we found we had more time and more reason to make time for our own wellbeing and that of our two children. Mussels for the family meal became the norm.

Black mussels and blue mussels are found on the menus of leading restaurants

Black mussels dominate the menus of the world’s leading restaurants. Native to the waters of Southern Africa, the Arctic Ocean, the North Pacific and North Atlantic Oceans the similarity of black mussels to blue mussels grown in the Southern Ocean of mainland Australia is beginning to gain a great deal of attention with many Australian chefs.

Eating mussels as part of your weekly routine is a very healthy choice

Europeans and New Zealanders have been feasting on mussels for centuries. Our New Zealand cousins lead the world in both consumption and export of mussels, having adopted traditional European culinary habits of eating mussels as a staple rather than a delicacy.

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