Austar Seafood



Address: 50 St Andrews Terrace (Corner of St Andrews & Sandringham), Port Lincoln, South Australia
Telephone: 08 8683 5366

Open Hours & Contact
Open Monday to Saturday every week.
Monday to Friday 8am to 5:30pm
Saturday 8:30am to 4:30pm
Closed Sundays and Public Holidays.

About Us
We are a locally owned business dedicated to providing our customers with the freshest seafood available – and here in Port Lincoln we have alot of it!  Visit us and you will be amazed at Eyre Peninsula’s largest fresh seafood market!   Check out the processing area where we have knocked down all the walls so you can see us at work – get tips on how to peel prawns, open oysters, and even how to fillet fish!  Or, just pick out the seafood you want from the great variety available and enjoy your wonderful meal from the sea.

Port Lincoln Seafood
We showcase the largest range of seafood on the Eyre Peninsula, with fresh fish and oysters arriving daily and a free viewing of the processing area so you can see exactly what goes on!

If you are travelling through, pack a box to take with you, we can pack to meet airline requirements too! Or, if you are a local, or staying for a while, check out what you will have for dinner tonight,perhaps a seafood marinara, some pot mussels or local prawns.


Amazing Variety!
With the biggest range of local seafood on the Eyre Peninsula, you will be amazed at the variety available!  We have a huge fresh seafood display, showing our daily catch.  Watch us fillet & prepare our seafood, with an easy view of our processing area from the shop floor.  Check out our snap-frozen seafood and great range of Australian, Asian and Mediterranean condiments too!
Fish – fillets, whole, fresh & frozen

Local Seafood
We receive fish daily, so you can always be assured of something fresh to tantilise your tastebuds!  We will gut & scale your whole fish for free while you wait, and you can view our preparation area from the shop floor.

Local and Australian seafood available fresh & frozen
– King George Whiting
– Garfish
– Snapper
– Flathead
– Nannygai (Bight Redfish)
– Snook
– Gummy Shark (the best ‘flake’ there is!)
– Boarfish
– Ling
– Kingfish
– Tasmanian Atlantic Salmon
– Rock cod
– Red Mullet



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