About us

Hallprint is a family owned fish tag manufacturing, distribution and advisory business that was founded by the late Michael Hall and his wife Wendy Hall in the 1980s and now operated by son David, a fisheries scientist and former senior government fisheries manager, and his wife Leanne Berich with support from three full time and five part time technical and production staff.

The Michael Hall Student Innovation Award is granted each year by the Australian Society for Fish Biology to the student that is assessed as proposing the most innovative post graduate study project.  This award is testimony to the innovative work that Michael did over many years assisting both scientists and students to have the best possible external tags available to them for their studies.

In addition to the custom made external tags (including external PIT tags incorporating Biomark high performance tags) that are manufactured in our new state of the art production facility, Hallprint also now provides a range of allied products likely to be used by fisheries scientists when conducting tagging operations including superior quality Datamars food safe polymer capsule PIT tags and readers, customisable electronic measuring boards with weighing scales including motion compensated options, Scielex bluetooth caliper adaptors for measuring crustaceans and shellfish, and attachment systems for satellite and acoustic tags to name a few. 

Hallprint's new modern production facility in Hindmarsh Valley, South Australia.

Hallprint's new modern production facility in Hindmarsh Valley, South Australia.

“Superior technology, individual ID fish tags & electronic measuring boards”