The Coral Trout is a predatory fish found in the coral reefs around Broome, Western Australia. It is a large fish, typically weighing between 2-6kg and growing to lengths of around 80-90cm. It is known for its striking colouration, with a range of colours including yellow, orange, red and blue. Unique behaviours include their tendency to ambush prey from crevices in the reef. The Coral Trout is most commonly caught in the deeper waters off the coast of Broome.