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Become an Aquarium Industries Retailer

We provide wholesale aquatic livestock to Australian aquarium and pet store retailers

Aquarium Industries has the widest range of live and frozen aquarium items available from any Australian wholesaler. The AI range contains a huge variety of both freshwater and marine fish, supported by a complete range of frozen foods, live crickets, woodies, frozen rats and mice and our unique pre-packaged live plants. All backed by Australia’s only comprehensive training, marketing and technical support program, designed to increase your sales and improve your profitability.

You can view our current stocklist here or to enquire about becoming an AI Retailer, fill in the form below.

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Benefits of Being an Aquarium Industries Retailer

In addition to having one of the widest ranges of wholesale aquarium stock to choose from, being an Aquarium Industries stockist has many advantages including:

  • Access to our members-only ‘The Tank’ area where you can access training manuals, fish care guides, marketing materials and more.
  • Regular email communications regarding current sales, promotions, competitions, industry news & events and more.
  • Access to our Online Ordering System which enables you to place orders quickly and easily.
  • Access to our AquaPoints program that makes claiming credits simpler then ever before.
  • Regular opportunities to request specific livestock varieties when we place domestic and international orders.
  • Business listing on our Store Locator app.
  • The opportunity to tour our Melbourne headquarters.

 


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Fill in the enquiry form to register your interest

Interested in joining the AI community and becoming a stockist? Fill in the enquiry from below and one of our sales reps will contact you shortly to answer any questions and provide more information.

For more information about Aquarium Industries, check out our About Us page, browse our product catalog or visit the AquaBlog.