Our Barramundi are nurtured in the purest of water

Succulent & sustainable


Mainstream Aquaculture – the producers of Infinity Blue Barramundi – have the goal to feed the world with nutritious, delicious white fish. With over 20 years of fish husbandry experience in Australia, Infinity Blue entered the USA market through the acquisition of a farm in Arizona.

Infinity Blue Desert Springs Barramundi is grown in pristine spring waters pulled from an ancient aquifer. Our Barramundi is a delicious fish with firm, white succulent flesh; the result of passionately combining all-natural ingredients, gentle fish handling practices and a deep understanding of Barramundi.

Barramundi Ceviche dish

America’s premium Barramundi

Infinity Blue Barramundi is the freshest Barramundi to market. Our fish are proudly grown in Arizona using premium feed and truly sustainable farming techniques. The convenient Desert Springs farm location allows our fish to be harvested, chilled and delivered to our customers within 24 hours, all through an extremely short supply chain with low food miles. Free of antibiotics, hormones, colorants and whitening agents, Desert Springs Barramundi are high in Omega-3s and low in fat.

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High-quality & sustainably raised

Our Arizona Desert Springs farm is the perfect environment to raise our healthy and robust Barramundi. The naturally heated spring water perfectly replicates their native waters of North Australia.

Map location of Infinity Blue Desert Springs


By choosing Infinity Blue, you are supporting the responsible production of seafood and the team that makes this happen. In producing our beautiful Barramundi in the U.S.A, Infinity Blue is supporting local jobs and helping to develop the domestic aquaculture industry.

product attributes


Our Desert Springs farm produces our premium fillet sized spring water Barramundi.


The fish has a firm, moist texture and large, meaty flakes once cooked.


The pure water source contains no biological or industrial pollutants.


Our local sourcing and short supply chain results in low environmental impact from storage and transport energy and time. By gently harvesting and dispatching within hours, we ensure ultimate freshness to your business.


Our fish are free of hormones, antibiotics, colorants or whitening agents.


Desert Springs Barramundi has a succulent, buttery finish and excellent natural fat content.


The soft texture is similarly brilliant fried, baked or grilled, where the thin layer of natural fat between the skin and flesh means the fish remains moist throughout the cooking process.

“Having the opportunity to produce this iconic fish right here in Arizona is very exciting for everyone involved at Mainstream USA. We are committed to producing the best quality product and with Desert Springs Barramundi, I am sure everyone else will enjoy the outstanding quality and freshness of this locally produced premium white fish.”

Matthew Mangan, President, Mainstream USA

Australian farms

Our Tropical North Queensland farm is located where two World Heritage Sites meet – the Wet Tropics Rainforest and the Great Barrier Reef. Daintree produces full flavored premium fillet sized saltwater Barramundi. This fish has sweet, buttery and moist texture with large meaty flakes once cooked.

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Our Victorian farm is located in Wyndham, an historic agricultural area just outside of Melbourne. Here, the finest quality baby Barramundi are grown in pristine geothermally heated spring water, drawn from the same ancient aquifer that links Hepburn Springs and the Peninsula Hot Springs.

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Etty Bay is a beautiful bay near our Tropical North Queensland farm, recently featuring in Australia’s top 10 most beautiful secret beaches. A favorite with locals to swim and relax, it is a peaceful and idyllic North Queensland hideaway. The pure waters of the reef infuse these magnificent fish with award winning flavor, creating the finest dining experience.

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