Eurobodalla sits in the heart of Australia’s Oyster Coast – renowned for having the most environmentally aware oyster growing estuaries in the world.

Three species of premium oyster are grown and freshly-harvested all year round from the Clyde River in Batemans Bay, Tuross Lake, and Wagonga Inlet in Narooma.

Savouring these magnificent oysters is easy!

See and learn how oysters are grown on tour with an artisan grower and sample the different types to find your favourite.

Taste oysters alfresco and fresh from the farm on a kayak, houseboat or paddle boat oyster tour on one of our beautiful estuaries, or see them from the air on a seaplane.

Sample how our award winning chefs serve them up in quality restaurants from Batemans Bay to Moruya and Narooma.

Australia’s Oyster Coast farmers are committed to best-practice environmental and quality assurance standards.  Every one of their estuaries is operates under a stringent Environmental Management System. Find out more about Australia’s Oyster Coast.

Oyster sales and suppliers

Farm gate sales - phone ahead to check opening hours

The Oyster Shed on Wray Street

Address: Last Shed on Wray Street, Batemans Bay, NSW 2536
Phone: 02 4472 6771
Email: info@oystershed.com.au
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Australian Native Shellfish

Address: Barlows Bay, Riverview Road, Narooma, NSW 2546
Phone: 02 4476 7758
Email: maidment.david@gmail.com


Captains Oysters

Address: 27 Princes Highway, Turlinjah, NSW, 2537
Phone: 0447 949 678
Email: captainrjf@yahoo.com


JF Ritchie Oyster Farmer

Address: Barlows Bay, Riverview Road, Narooma, NSW 2546
Phone: 02 4476 2724
Email: sally.2403@bigpond.com


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Narooma Bridge Seafoods

Address: At the northern side of the bridge, Princes Highway, Narooma, NSW 2546
Phone: 02 4476 1586
Email: naroomabridgeseafoods@hotmail.com
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Oysters Unplugged

Address: Clyde River, Batemans Bay, NSW 2536
Phone: 0412 286 654
Email: info@oystersunplugged.com.au
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Pearly Oyster Bar

Address: 6 North St, Batemans Bay, NSW 2536
Phone: 02 4472 4233
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SAGE Farmers Market

Address: Riverside Park Moruya, NSW 2537 - Every Tuesday from 3.00pm
Phone: 0413 920 620
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Restaurants and oyster experiences

You’ll find local oysters and seafood on many cafes and restaurants in Eurobodalla and you can ask when you’re making your reservation or dropping in if they’re on the menu.

The following restaurants and tours are Australia’s Oyster Coast partners.

  • Briars Restaurant

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    Head Chef Bradley Bates and creative apprentice Isabella Mein have a passion for creating modern Australian cuisine. Open from 6pm Tuesday to Saturday

  • Mariners on the Waterfront

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    The Mariners waterfront bar and bistro has a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere that is popular with both visitors and locals. Relax on the veranda overlooking beautiful Batemans Bay with a glass of wine or a frost Australian ale, best accompanied with a dozen Clyde River oysters!

  • Narooma Quarterdeck

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    The Quarterdeck is a fully licenced funky cafe in an old boatshed looking over the Wagonga Inlet. Open Thursday to Monday for breakfast, lunch or just cake and coffee, with regular live music events. Open on Saturday nights during summer for tapas.

  • Whale Restaurant

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    Ex Pro surfer turned chef, Matthew Hoar heads up the small team in the Whale kitchen. A local Dalmeny Boy, he is South Coast all the way, preferring local ingredients and simple clean flavours. His menus are dynamic and change regularly depending on what is available from Jeff the butcher next door, Ben his mate the fisherman or the local providers.

  • Region X

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    Join 4th Generation Oyster farmers and an award winning kayak tour operator for a working insight into Australias Oyster Coast. The magnificent Clyde River Estuary system is home to some of the most successful oyster farmers on the unspoilt South Coast of NSW, paddle and taste the romance of the finest oysters from the purest Australian waters.