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The tour was very interesting and fully explained the life cycle of the Barramundi
A new centre is being constructed across the road so will improve the facilities
Price is reasonable and is a must do attraction
Visited this establishment and thoroughly enjoyed the tour. Very education, entertaining and certainly a must do. It will be interesting to attend next time as a complete new complex is being built. If you want to know all about the Barra cycle this is the...More
Not sure why someone posted that it was closed - we were there in mid June and it was most definitely open - though the new center across the road wasn't yet open to the public - the original facility was. The tour around the...More
This tour was amazing, starting with the life cycle of the barramundi and then visiting the tanks where the fish are kept. We were able to hand feed the fish and it's amazing how powerful the "strike" is when they take the food. It's was...More
The Barramundi Centre is open. The information provided from a week ago is incorrect.
The centre is open Monday to Friday 9am to 3pm. Tours are 10.30am n 1.30pm.
Any question about the centre please call the centre on 0747459589.
Unfortunately we were not able to visit as the old centre as they are building a beautiful big new centre across the road which is all but finished.
The issue they currently have is they lost all there stock during the process & will not...More
I think if you are more into fish and fishing this tour might be a bit more your cup of tea. It consisted of a talk about general Barramundi information, their lifecycle and where/how they live. Then we got to see some of the feed....More
A small group of mates recently visited Karumba chasing Barra. We visited the Discovery Centre to gain s better understanding and appreciation of how the local council and community are promoting Barramundi conservation and restocking programs. The staff at the Centre, Mandy and Simon, were...More