GoodFish Australia 4+

Sustainable Seafood Guide

Paul Craig

Designed for iPad

    • 4.1 • 53 Ratings
    • Free



GoodFish: Australia's Sustainable Seafood Guide is a tool to help you make an ocean-friendly choice about the seafood you eat. This is an independent Guide to choosing your seafood wisely. If you love your seafood but also love our oceans, then this is the app for you.

The GoodFish guide is the leading app of its kind for Australian seafood. It covers 92% of seafood by volume on the market including those from wild-caught fisheries, fish farms and imported species.

Download the Guide to access the easy to use traffic light sustainability ranking system, with Green ‘Better Choice’, Amber ‘Eat Less’ and Red ‘Say No’.

The app has been developed by the Australian Marine Conservation Society (AMCS), Australia’s leading marine environmental not-for-profit in response to growing public concerns about overfishing, fish farming and our impact on our ocean wildlife.

• Easy to use traffic light sustainability ranking system
• Free, up to date seafood assessments
• Search for seafood marketed under common names or Australian Standard Names
• Choose the best brand of tuna from Greenpeace’s Canned Tuna Guide.

What’s New

Version 3.1

Minor functionality improvements

Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
53 Ratings

53 Ratings

LizzieM ,

Try it

Interesting information. Most helpful when making choices buying seafood.

Gamilaroi ,

Thank you! Would love to see further development..

This is good for education of consumers, so glad to have it and would love to see it develop! Consumers would love to buy sustainable fish types, but often the best sustainable fish listed here are hard to buy/find. I know it would mean an addition to this app, but it would be great if there was a fish retailers map for retailers to post/ update availability of these fish types. This could be a small revenue opportunity for the Conservation society and an excellent help to coops and consumers.... & ocean fish stocks need this. I only eat fish once a week, but a suggested maximum sustainable consumption rate/week on fish types might also be useful. Please consider making these connections, make partnerships, educate, give opportunity to both sides of demand & supply 😁🤞🏽

Cactu5 ,

Great App

Great app. It seems like some kinds of fish that I used to look at in the sustainable fishing guide are more a more sustainable situation now than they were a few years ago, so great job to the developers of this app, and also to those involved in the industry who are responding to sustainability challenges. Keep up the good work and let’s try to push more of the species into the amber and green categories.

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