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Opening Times

Monday 9.30-5.00

Tuesday 9.30-5.00

Wednesday 9.30-5.00

Thursday 9.30-5.00

Friday 9.30-5.00

Saturday 10.00-5.00

Sunday 10.30-4.00

 

 

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All images, videos & written statements are Copyright of Ocean Corals & are not to be used elsewhere.

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Ocean Corals prides itself in sourcing the best corals and fish available today. We put a lot of time and effort in searching for the best quality stock for our customers. Our customer feedback is truely excellent in regards to the quality of livestock available. Our tanks are maintained to a high standard to ensure we get the best out of each and every coral and fish.

 

Below are a few videos which show the quality of stock we get, both corals and fish. As you can see, the fish are all in very good health and the tanks in top condition. If customers have a specific requirement then we do our upmost best to source it for them.

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The video on the left shows the 'world famous' Picasso Clarkii Clowns. Ocean Corals was the first Marine shop in the world to stock these beautiful fish and we had interest from all over the world, including America, Canada and Japan.

In September 2012 we were also honoured and excited to have brought in a truly stunning hybrid mimc tang, which brought alot of attention in the marine keeping world.

 

This is an extremely rare specimen of a fish with marine keepers guessing what line it could have come from.

 

Our friends at Eco Aquarium PNG and Ecoreef UK gave us this great opportunity to stock this beautiful fish, although it wasnt in the shop for long as it was snapped up before it hit the road to Ocean Corals!

Please click on the links below to read articles on our shop and this amazing creature, both in Digital Reefs and AquaNerd. Pictures are also included of where the fish was caught and who collected it!

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