Oysters and Seafood Experiences

This is the place, the ‘meeting of the waters’, where two great ocean currents collide. The two systems – one from the Equator and one from Antartica – create a superhighway for thousands of species of marine life. And we are the winners. Pristine Sapphire Coast oysters and seafood!
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Broadwater Oysters

Fresh oysters to sample lakeside at Pambula Lake.

Pambula Lake oysters have a smooth, subtle flavour influenced by the water they are produced in. The clean, clear waters of the lake are a combination of fresh water moving down the Pambula and Yowaka Rivers, and the tidal exchange from the Pacific Ocean – perfect for the production of the finest Sydney Rock Oysters.

Chat to the farmers, and see oysters being opened when you arrive to sample and buy from our lake side shed. Oysters are available in a range of sizes, opened, unopened or bottled.

We are open Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm, and Saturdays from 8 am to 2 pm

Mail orders: Email [email protected] or call (02) 6495 6704

 

Address:

Shed 1, 52 Landing Road, Pambula 2549.

Phone:

(02) 6495 6704

Mobile:

0414 524 064 / 0414 524 064

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Tathra Oysters

Gary and Jo Rodley, Tathra Oysters.

The Rodely family have been farming their Sydney Rock Oysters in the pristine waters of Nelson Lake, in Mimosa Rocks National Park since 1988.

They are the only growers in this wonderful little estuary and have won over 180 awards for the oysters’ flavour and presentation.

Visit the shop in Tathra for a taste, and the learn how to open oysters or visit the website to view select city restaurants and the innovative mail order service.

 

Address:

1 Reservoir Street, Tathra 2550.

Phone:

(02) 6494 1453

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Merimbula Gourmet Oysters “Oyster Barn”

For those that want to savour a few oyster delights right on Merimbula Lake, a visit to Merimbula Gourmet Oysters is a must. Situated in Millingandi on the western edge of Merimbula Lake, this oyster producer has recently opened their brand new ‘Oyster Barn’, featuring a sun-drenched deck by the mangroves, stunning views across the lake and a delicious range of eat-in or takeaway oysters on the menu. Did we mention it’s BYO wine, too!?

Open 8am to 5pm 7 days a week.

Address:

49 Oyster Track, Millingandi NSW

Phone:

02 6495 6988

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Captain Sponge’s Magical Oyster Tours

Captain Sponge's Magical Oyster Tours, Pambula Lake

Brett Weingarth, Captain Sponge’s Magical Oyster Tours, Pambula Lake.

Discover the secrets of beautiful Pambula Lake on a 2 hour cruise aboard Sponge’s oversized oyster punt.

Sample the world renowned Pambula Lake Sydney Rock oyster as fresh as can be – straight from the waters of the lake. Get a crash course in oyster husbandry and inspect the native Angasi species of oyster which are also grown on the farm.

The estuary is also the site of ancient Aboriginal middens and home to white bellied sea eagles who nest in gum trees right above the farm.

Private group charters by appointment. Minimum 6 persons, max 23.

 

Address:

Landing Road, Broadwater Lake, Pambula

Mobile:

0429 453 545

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Wheelers Seafood Restaurant & Oyster Tours

Serving Wheeler’s own Merimbula Lake oysters, the farm to plate experience comes full circle within the architecture of reclaimed wharf timber, high ceilings and stunning coastal bush surrounds. Oyster Farm Tours are run before lunch Tuesday to Saturday, and on a sunny afternoon you can perch on a barstool in the al fresco Oyster Bar for a cocktail, some oysters and a view of the leases they came from.  Oyster tours daily at 11am where you can journey through the history of the Wheeler’s family, get insider access to their state-of-the-art factory.  Meet the farmers and taste prized Sydney Rock Oysters fresh from the pristine waters of Merimbula Lake – before they even hit the table.

Address:

162 Arthur Kaine Drive, Pambula

Phone:

6495 6330

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K&C Henry Wonboyn Rock Oysters

Kel and Carolyn Henry, Wonboyn Oysters.

Wonboyn Rock Oysters is a family owned oyster farm on Wonboyn Lake, one of NSW’s most remote estuaries.

Kel and Caroline have been farming Sydney Rock Oysters for over 25 years. They harvest a range of award-winning oysters, from cocktail to plate, with a flavour that is ‘creamy and sweet with a very mild aftertaste’.

They are at the oyster shed most days, but phone ahead before your visit just to make sure.

Wonboyn estuary is around 40km south of Eden, and 25km north of the Victorian border, and one of the gateways to the Sapphire Coast’s most remote and wild national park, Nadgee Nature Reserve.

 

Address:

Myrtle Cove, Wonboyn Lake 2551.

Phone:

(02) 6496 9165

Mobile:

0477 054 590

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Eden Smokehouse

Salmon Gravlax, Eden Smoke House.

Salmon Gravlax, Eden Smoke House.

Eden Smokehouse is a popular stop for locals and visitors.

The man behind it all, Stan Soroka, is passionate about producing gourmet quality food that’s natural, healthy and sustainable. Browse the range of nationally acclaimed, artisan smoked seafoods including mussels, pilchards, trout, hoki, eel and atlantic salmon, much of it sourced from the rich waters of the Sapphire Coast, and Stan’s family recipe for Gravlax is amazing!

There’s also smoked garlic (incredible for cooking) and chicken breast.

 

Address:

20 Weecoon Street, Eden 2551.

Phone:

(02) 6496 2331

Fax:

(02) 6496 2332

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Southland Fish Supplies Factory Tour

Southland Fish Supplies unloads approximately 1900 tonnes of fish a year from local and visiting fishing vessels. The professional fish processing team at Southlands fillet approximately 200 tonnes of value added product a year.

You can also visit the Southlands Fish Shop shop in Imlay Street.

Visit Southlands Tuesday to Friday between 9:30 and 11:30 am to learn more about modern fish processing and watch the experts at work.

Address:

210 Imlay Street, Eden

Phone:

02 6496 3350

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Blue Wave Seafood – Bermagui

Blue Wave Seafood is located at the Bermagui Fishermen’s Wharf complex, right next door to the Bermagui Fishermen’s Co-operative.

All fresh seafood is caught in local Bermagui and Sapphire Coast waters and processed on the purpose built premises. A highlight is seeing the catch unloaded, right out front!

Hours: seven days, 8am to 8pm.

Address:

Shop 2, 73-79 Lamont Street, Bermagui 2546.

Phone:

(02) 6493 5725

Fax:

(02) 6493 3179

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Longstocking Brewery, Bar & Oyster Bar

 

 

 

From the moment you walk into Longstocking Brewery you’ll be instantly made welcome by hosts Joey, Peter and Simon. Tucked away in the beautiful surrounds of Oaklands in Pambula, this little brewery is big on brewing ales, lagers and ciders that have unique and distinctive flavours, retaining the integrity of traditional beer styles.

The atmosphere is relaxed, think lots of indoor greenery, plenty of seating and the deck often full of craft beer and oyster lovers enjoying a Sunday live music session. Friday and Saturday nights are a popular hotspot with locals for gourmet wood-fired pizza, cocktails and live entertainment.  Visit their website or check them out on facebook or instagram @longstockingbrewery

Eden Mussels

Eden Mussels.

Meet the farmer when you buy direct from the boat, the Maree-Eva, Monday to Friday!

Our famous Eden Mussels are grown in the nutrient rich waters of Twofold Bay, a natural spawning ground, and have been farmed for more than two decades. As filter feeders, they require no additional feed.

Eden Mussels are frequent finalists in the Sydney Fish Market Seafood Awards and available from other local fishmongers and restaurants on the Sapphire Coast. Visit the website for recipes.

 

Address:

Snug Cove Wharf, Eden

Mobile:

0428 961 116

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