Abstract：The Murray cod, Maccullochella peelii peelii (Mitchell), were reared in the reservoir area under the condition of cage-culture. The initial average body weight of juvenile Murray cod was (20.41±3.81) g, and the average total length was (13.30±1.21) cm. The water temperature ranged between 7.4℃ and 27.6℃ during the experiment. The fish was fed with customized artificial formula feed, whose crude protein content was 48.9%. After 26 months of cultivation, the average body weight and total length reached to (1618.04±24.33) g and (46.30±5.26) cm, respectively, and the feed coefficient was 1.53. The optimal regression equation for the body weight and total length of Murray cod was W=0.003L3.394. According to the Von Bertalanffy's non-linear growth model, the growth inflection point of body weight was 756.7 g, the growth inflection point of total length was 13.7 cm, the test time of the growth inflection point was 12.1 months and 1.4 months, respectively. The results showed that reservoir area cage-culture can be adapted to Murray Cod.