The Pisces Group is Australia’s and the world’s largest combined producer and wholesaler of Aquarium Plants, Live Food, Frozen Feeders, Natural Décor, Aquarium Fish and other quality products.
Founded in 1970, Pisces Enterprises quickly became the market leader in the specialty area of live aquarium plants due to large investment in both human technical knowhow and in state of the art greenhouses, aquatic plant growing facilities, a tissue culture laboratory and an in-house quarantine room, all climate controlled and staffed by leading experts.
In the early 1990’s a need was identified for a reliable supplier and producer of live insects for the Zoos and wildlife sanctuaries. Research and development over the last three decades has resulted in our extensive operation spaning over 350 acres of facilities that provide year round supply of live food and frozen feeders.
As the pioneers of the live aquarium plant and live food industries in Australia we are proud to be recognized as the best in the business.
Every week we supply over 2,000 satisfied retail shops and zoos with our products.
In 2008 Pisces Enterprises established a sister company, Pisces Natural Products (PNP). PNP was tasked with the vision of becoming a world leader in the supply of unique natural décor from all corners of the world, offering never before seen woods, rocks and exclusive substrates.
Pisces Natural Products has followed in the footsteps of its older sister, Pisces Enterprises and has grown to become the leading supplier of those products in Australia within a few short years. In 2010 Pisces Enterprises expanded further and founded Pisces Aquatics. Our vision and dream to breed and grow tropical fish without the need to import has now become a reality. With over 150 species of “Ozzie” grown fish available all year round.
Pisces Enterprises is more than a company. It is a family.
From humble beginnings as a husband and wife family enterprises, Pisces Enterprises now employs over 120 full time staff and continues to be fully owned and operated by the Frazer family some 50 years after the first plant was grown and sold.