Barramundi Group is considering selling its Australian operations as an alternative to finding an investor.

In April 2022 the Singapore-based producer, who also has production in Borneo, applied for 13 new licenses to grow operations in Australia from its current volume of approximately 1,600 metric tons of yearly harvest volume into a long-term volume of 30,000 metric tons per year. This growth will require funding on a scale that cannot be borne by Barramundi Group alone and as such the company is considering a "complete divestment".