We now offer ZIP interest free payments. ZIP can be used on all orders up to $3000 and is also available through our website checkout
We’ve seen strong results from a recent trial using the Algaefree Ultrasound to reduce algae growth and cage fouling in a freshwater grow-out pond located in the Riverina, Australia
We are looking for a new NZ Manager at the moment. The NZ Manager will be involved in all aspects of aquaculture sales, client relationship development, and projects throughout NZ and also Australia. Please get in touch if you are interested.
FBD Signs Contract with the University of Waikato to supply and construct a state of the art Macro Algae Research Centre
Fresh By Design Gold sponsor at this year’s Ridley Australian Prawn Farmers Association Symposium
We are proud to announce that Fresh By Design has been appointed official distributors for Dryden Aqua for the Aquaculture and Aquaria markets in Australia and New Zealand.
We are pleased to introduce Chris Blake as our NZ Aquaculture Manager. With a strong background in operating RAS systems, Chris is based in Nelson, NZ and manages Fresh By Design’s New Zealand operations.
The Algaefree Ultrasound System emits sound waves that prevent algae growth and remove existing algae, barnacles and crustaceans. This system has a range of proven applications.
Fresh By Design recently attended the annual Ridley Australian Prawn Farmers Symposium. The symposium was a huge success with fantastic keynote speakers and large delegate numbers.
Recently, we were proud to be Silver sponsors at the annual New Zealand Aquaculture Conference held in Nelson.
Fresh By Design recently attended the annual Australian Prawn Farmers Symposium. This year it was hosted at the world famous Royal Pines on the Gold Coast.
The Varicon Aqua 600L Phyco-Flow we supplied and installed at UTS, Sydney was mentioned by ABC (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) on the late evening news.
Fresh By Design worked with Cairns Aquariums to formulate a dosing regime and start up procedure to kick start their filter systems for the arrival of their first load of inhabitants.