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    Australia – Cairns

    Our CAIRNS shippers are sustainable collectors and suppliers of Australian corals, exporting around the world from Queensland since 2009. They pride themselves in maintaining good reefing practices such as sustainable harvesting and collection methods, and are pro-advocators for coral propagation and aquaculture with close relations alongside professional marine biologists. Great colours and range of species. Scollys, Trachys, Acans, Acropora and much more. Small and medium shippers mix boxes plus special mixes.

    Usually 1 shipment per month and stocklists are available 2-3 weeks before shipment date, however, these are popular so please order as soon as possible to avoid disappointment


    Here is a very small selection our latest stock list for shipment

    Australia – Karratha

    Based in Western Australia, our Karratha shipper offers small, medium and large Shippers Mix boxes plus Micro corals and Corallimorphs.

    You’ll also find a list of corals that they can obtain, given enough time, demand and clear weather conditions. The sooner you place your order, the more likely you are to get a good percentage of order fill. Boxes will be packed on a first come, first served basis, so ordering plenty extra and stating the maximum number of boxes you want in the green “special instructions” box will ensure the shipper won’t send more than the box amount expected.  We recommend listing a variety of species, as some (e.g. Acans) are collected in very limited numbers.