7 – 14 July, 2019


love.fish at Barangaroo is showcasing locally-supplied, indigenous Barramundi to help celebrate NAIDOC Week. NAIDOC week is held around the country each July to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. It’s not just celebrated in Indigenous communities, but by an increasing number of government agencies, community organisations, local councils, workplaces, schools, sporting groups and in our food culture, via restaurants and cafes.

In keeping with its fresh and local approach to produce, love.fish is proud to support Australian fishery Coral Coast by showcasing our native Barramundi, ‘large-scaled river fish’, on the menu during this celebration week.

Based in the idyllic seaside town of Bowen in North Queensland, Coral Coast Barramundi stands apart from other farms as it is situated in the northern Whitsundays, overlooking beautiful tropical islands and coral reefs. Coral Coast has a constant supply of clean, oceanic sea water, resulting in consistently great tasting, healthy fish with a beautiful, sweet, saltwater flavour comparable to wild-caught barramundi.

love.fish has already forged a reputation as ‘the fish bar with a green heart’ for serving fresh, Australian seafood to hordes of adoring locals, corporates and tourists with a ‘green heart’ philosophy; and a wide selection of Australia’s best locally-sourced oysters, fish, seafood platters, and crustaceans.

As we call our world-class waterfront location at Barangaroo home, we also like to honour Barangaroo the woman, who was a powerful Cammeraygal leader of the Eora Nation at the time of European colonisation. The wife of Bennelong, a Wangal man and one of the best-known Aboriginal people from Sydney’s early days, Barangaroo’s power came from her role as a hunter and provider, providing her clan with fish caught in and around Sydney Harbour, using a simple wooden canoe known as a Nawi. These days Coral Coast supplies our fish, the Barramundi from Its fully-integrated farm and HACCP-approved processing facility which helps control every stage of production and ensures the best quality and best-tasting product possible.

So here at love.fish we ask everyone to help us celebrate NAIDOC Week at our Barangaroo home, where the use of homegrown Barramundi is in keeping with our philosophy of honouring our Indigenous produce.


Friday to Monday Lunch (12-3pm) / Dinner (5pm – Late) Bar open all day

Saturday & Sunday Open all day

Phone: (02) 8077 3700 Email: eat@lovefish.com.au