The scientific name of Australia Marron is Cherax Cainii and are the third largest fresh water crayfish in the world.

MARRON (Fresh Water Crayfish) are a produce of Kangaroo Island and are found in rivers, creeks and purpose built dams.

MARRON thrive in good clean water and prefer to eat vegetable matter.
Females do not breed until they are two (2) years of age and can have up to 500 juveniles.

MARRON will gain 50% in weight each time they shed their shells. They shed their shells up to 12 times in their first year of life.

The largest MARRON reported to be caught weighed 3 kg and was estimated to be around 30 years of age.

Contact Us


4327 Playford Highway
Seddon South Australia

Mobirise page builder - Find more