Swan Valley Fish and Lily Farm

Ornamental & Edible Fish (Marron, Silver Perch, Rainbow Trout)

 

Nothing makes your pond more relaxing than the inclusion of fish.  Fish are also an important part of your pond's ecosystem. They eat algae and insect pests such as mosquito larvae and assist in keeping ponds clean. Edible fish are great for aquaponics systems and Silver Perch can also be added to ornamental garden ponds.

Come and see our range of Koi, Goldfish, Pygmy Perch, Marron, Silver Perch and Rainbow Trout and enjoy the fun of catching your own fish, buckets and nets are provided. Kids are also welcome to feed the fish free of charge, just ask us for some fish food when you visit us.

We purchase all our fish and Marron from breeders licensed with the Department of Fisheries, ensuring fish and Marron we sell have not been taken from their natural habitat. For this reason we are unable to purchase fish from the general public. We accept unwanted fish with no payment in order to prevent fish being released into natural water ways and harming our environment

 

You can Order Marron and Silver Perch online for pick up instore (a good idea if you are wanting a large quantity).

 

Koi

Koi

We have thousands of Koi for you to choose from. Including a stunning range of Ogon, Kahaku, Sanke, Showa, Ginrin and many more. Choose from the ever popular standard Koi or the graceful Butterfly Koi. Koi are available in a selection of sizes priced from $6 to several hundred dollars. We also have special buy 5 get one free offers on a range of sizes.

Goldfish

Goldfish

We stock a large selection of Goldfish for your garden pond. From standard Goldfish, Comets, and Shubunkins to gorgeous Fantails in a range of sizes. We are bound to have what you are looking for. Our Goldfish live outdoors and are use to weather fluctuations, so they are ideal for you to take home for your pond.

Western Pygmy Perch

Western Pygmy Perch

Western Pygmy Perch (Nannoperca vittatah) are an ideal fish for frog ponds as they don't eat frog spawn or tadpoles, while still controlling mosquito larvae.