Established in 2001, the Royal Agricultural Society of NSW’s (RAS) Sydney Royal Aquaculture competition has been celebrating excellence for just under two decades.
Providing a platform for quality products to be recognised; the competition helps to maintain the highest industry standards, providing invaluable exhibitor feedback and ultimately driving the industry forward.
Focusing on Sydney Rock Oysters and Prawns, the competition aims to help boost these categories ensuring seafood feast like those consumed across the country this Australia Day are the best quality possible.
Sydney Royal Aquaculture Chair of judges, John Susman says the competition provides a unique opportunity for producers to showcase their products.
“Our role at the Sydney Royal Aquaculture competition is to steward excellence by reviewing the quality of seafoods produced and recognising excellence when it is presented,” Mr Susman said.
“As the quality of the exhibits continues to improve the role the RAS has played in providing this stewardship must be recognised.”
In a bid to bring attention to Australian aquaculture, this year’s Sydney Royal Aquaculture Competition, Sydney Rock Oyster and Prawn Judging will once again be judged live at the iconic Sydney Royal Easter Show on Friday, 3rd of April from 8am-12pm.
A unique opportunity, the live judging provides a behind-the-scenes glimpse at some of the most experienced and respected aquaculture judges in action as they award the best oysters and prawns in Australia.
Entries are now open and encourage all producers within the aquaculture industry to enter.
Entries close on Wednesday 19 February.