Although far from the Atlantic Ocean – unspoilt and remote – the pristine waters of the Huon River and Hideaway Bay in Tasmania Australia have turned out to be the ideal location to raise healthy, flavoursome Atlantic Salmon. Unfortunately most of the native habitats of Atlantic Salmon were lost to the relentless march of civilisation.

It can be argued that farming Atlantic Salmon saved the species as its popularity on dinner plates ensured its survival as progeny were relocated and farmed commercially across the world, originally in Scotland and Norway.

With water fed by tributaries that start in World Heritage Wilderness Areas, air that’s refreshed by the famous roaring forties, and fertile soil that spawned flourishing apple orchards, Atlantic Salmon now thrive in the unspoilt environs of Tasmania.

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