Broadwater Oysters

sue-greg-broadwaterSue, Greg and the crew have one of the best offices on the coast –  the foreshore of Pambula Lake.

Pambula produces around 215,000 dozen Sydney Rock Oysters a year and have a subtle earthy taste, rounded by the daily meeting of river waters from Yowaka and Pambula and the incoming tide from the scenic river mouth. Broadwater Oysters is a working oyster shed where you can chat to the farmers as they tend to and process oysters.  Enjoy freshly shucked oysters on the lake’s edge (bring a bottle of wine to enjoy at the picnic table) or take them home, shucked or unshucked, to have at your leisure.

Oysters from Pambula Lake are highly acclaimed and 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. Opening Hours: 9am-5pm Monday to Friday, 8am –2pm Saturday.

Things to do nearby

Explore Pambula (visit Rocky Hall Winery if you plan to picnic with oysters at the lake), Merimbula or Eden.

Browse local events and festivals.

Explore Ben Boyd National Park.

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