Few foods carry the flavour of a place quite like an oyster and our bivalves, are no exception. Nestled in the Ben Boyd National Park, Pambula Lake estuary is our home. Replenished twice daily with cool oceanic water the nutrient-rich environment is high quality. Wild oysters cling to rocks in their thousands along the entire foreshore, which is a sign of the absolute ideal conditions for catching and growing oysters.
Unlike their Pacific oyster blow-ins, rock oysters are indigenous to the East Coast of Australia so you won't find this amazingness anywhere else in the world. Our wild rock oysters taste of the pure ocean; rich, deep, briny, funky and creamy with a sweet and salty mineral tang.