Welcome to Buxton
Sustainably grown Rainbow Trout & Atlantic Salmon.
Grown in the pristine waters of the Victorian Alps.
Family owned & operated for over 30 years.
Established in 1958.
Come fishing, feed the fish & relax by the Stevenson’s river.
Live Trout, Fresh & smoked sales at farm gate.
Open everyday on The Maroondah HWY in Buxton.
Only a 90 minute drive from Melbourne.
COME FISHING – VISIT US – BOOK ONLINE
Young or old, experienced or beginner, guaranteed catch – and good day out!
Fish for your choice of Trout or Salmon & relax by the Stevensons River.
COVID-19 UPDATE – July 2020
To our friends in Melbourne, Mitchell Shire & all areas in lockdown,
you must stay home in accordance with current health advice & lockdown restrictions. We will be missin you fishin.
Stay home, keep safe and we will see you soon.
We are still open for fishing to residents from neighbouring areas in rural Victoria only.
Strict social distancing measures and hygiene practices must be adhered to.
If you are sick, stay home.
- License checks will be in place to ensure visitors are not from lockdown areas.
- Contact details for all visitors are recorded.
- No groups larger than 6 people.
- BBQ & picnic facilities are closed.
Limited spots available – please book online in advance.
UPDATED OPENING HOURS WEEKENDS
10:00am – 4:00pm
ORDER ONLINE – $10 DELIVERY TO MELBOURNE & MAROONDAH HWY
Home Delivered Fresh Fish!
Now delivering direct to your door – currently available in Melbourne’s North & Eastern suburbs.
Delivering every Thursday morning.
Our full selection of fresh trout, smoked & caviar – fresh to your home.
LIVE TROUT - TROUT FINGERLINGS - FOR SALE
Live Trout Sales
Trout are great to put in your dam or aquaponics systems as they not only provide a healthy food source but also great entertainment & pest control whilst improving water quality.
We sell live trout for dam stocking.
Sizes & prices vary depending on the time of year.
Buxton Trout & Salmon Farm would like to acknowledge that we live on and all of the work that we undertake, takes place on stolen land. We wish to acknowledge the traditional custodians of this land, the Taungurung people of the Kulin Nation and pay respect their Elders past, present, and emerging.