Black Cherry Shrimp
Blue Dream Cherry Shrimp
Darwin Algae Shrimp (Caridina sp NT nilotica) Caridina longisrostris
Konaku Red Cherry Shrimp
PRL Crystal Shrimps (Pure Red Line)
Red Cherry Shrimp
Yellow Cherry Shrimp
Albino Blue Topaz Guppy
Assorted Endler Guppy
Blue Neon Guppy
Dumbo Mosaic Guppy (Variations exist) Sub Adults to Adults
Gold / Green Tiger Endler Pair
Gold Star Endler Males
PLATINUM DUMBO EAR GUPPY Male
Platinum Red Tail Short Body Guppy Males and Females
Red Tuxedo Koi Guppy
Anubias on Driftwood (Nano Size) or Dragon Stone
Aponogeton Crispus in terracotta pot
Assorted Amazon Swords (Echinodorus spp)
Assorted Crypts in Terracotta Pots
Assorted Large Anubias
Assorted Small Anubias
Bacopa monnieri 5 stems 10cm long
CLEARANCE: Lifelike Marimo Moss
Hydrocotyle Tripartita in pots
Hygrophila Difformis Water Wisteria Loose or Pots
CLEARANCE: Petrified Wood sold per kg
Dragon Stone (Ohko Stone) for aquascaping Dragonstone
High Quality Black Lava Rock per kg
Koral (Coral) Wood
Quan Wood aka Heavy Sinking Driftwood
Seiryu Stones Sold per small piece, kilos
Smooth Lava Rock Pebbles (Sold in kG)
Australian Black Worms
We have been a customer of Australian Black Worms since 2008. We have continued our friendship to the late founder Mal Davison for many years. In fact I was privileged all those years ago to help Mal and Beth with Version 2 for their website and I am forever grateful in the hospitality that Mal has provided me and my family.
In 2008 we were also personally invited to visit the farm to look through the farm and also to see Mal’s operations. We were so pleased and excited with understanding the history and understanding how Australian Black Worms started.
Fast forward to today at 2020, we are pleased to say that we regularly get our Live Black Worms from the team and we also get our fresh batch of freeze dried Black Worms every 2 months.
If you are looking to get something that is nutritious for your fish give Live Black Worms a go.
Live Worms – Usually delivered on the Wednesdays of the month
Freeze Dried – Usually delivered on the 1st Wednesday every 2nd month.
Aquarium filters are an essential component of any aquarium setup, as they help maintain a healthy and clean environment for aquatic life. These filters remove excess waste, debris, and other harmful substances from the water, creating a safe and comfortable environment for your fish, plants, and other aquatic creatures.
There are several types of aquarium filters available, including canister filters, power filters, sponge filters, and internal filters. Each type of filter has its unique features and benefits, making it essential to choose the right one for your specific needs.
Canister filters are ideal for larger aquariums as they offer high flow rates and can filter large volumes of water. Power filters, also known as hang-on-back filters, are easy to install and maintain and provide excellent filtration for smaller aquariums.
An aquarium sponge filter is a popular choice for many fish keepers due to its efficiency, ease of use, and affordability. The sponge acts as a mechanical and biological filter, trapping debris and providing a surface for beneficial bacteria to grow. The bacteria help break down harmful toxins produced by fish waste, creating a healthy environment for aquatic life. Sponge filters are particularly well-suited for small aquariums and breeding tanks, as they provide gentle water flow that won't harm delicate fry or eggs. They're also a great option for quarantine tanks, as they can be easily cleaned and sterilized between uses. Sponge filters come in a range of sizes and shapes to fit different tank sizes and configurations. Some models even have adjustable air flow to allow for greater control over the water flow and filtration. When selecting a sponge filter, it's important to consider the size of your tank, the type and number of fish you have, and the level of filtration required. Regular cleaning and maintenance of your sponge filter will ensure optimal performance and help keep your aquarium clean and healthy.
Internal filters are ideal for smaller aquariums and are fully submersible. They are often used in combination with other filters, as they provide additional filtration and oxygenation to the water.
When selecting an aquarium filter, it is important to consider factors such as the aquarium's size, the number of aquatic creatures, and the type of fish and plants in the tank. Proper filtration is critical to maintaining a healthy and vibrant aquarium, and choosing the right filter is the first step towards achieving this goal.
At our aquarium shop, we offer a wide range of high-quality aquarium filters to suit all aquarium sizes and types. Whether you need a canister filter, power filter, sponge filter, or internal filter, our team of experts can help you find the perfect solution to keep your aquarium clean and healthy. Shop our selection of aquarium filters today and give your aquatic pets the safe and comfortable environment they deserve.
We mostly use the Air Driven Filters, Hang On Back Filters and Canister Filters in store.
Book Shelf Aquarium
Rare and Miscellenous Fish
Fish in this group can't be accurately classified to some of the other groups. We always have a nice array of rare mischellenous fish and we encourage you to look at it often.
If you are looking for something else and something special please let us know and we can try finding it for you.
Snails - Mystery
Mystery Snails are great little snails for those who can care for them. They prefer a very well established tank with a lot of plants and foods around.
They are easy to care for and has many different shell colour variation.
Nano Tanks Australia is a shop that is located in Auburn NSW. We are a specialist when it comes to freshwater tanks less than 4 foot (120cm). We focus our attention on Bettas, Shrimps, Plants and unique fish. We invite you to send us a request or just come in to the store.Read More