Broadwater Oysters
Broadwater Oysters
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Juanita K
11 contributions
Jan. 2023
I made a trip to Broadwater Oysters in Pambula to buy oysters from the source. It took a while to get there. When I got there, I could see a tray of opened"select" oysters. I thought they looked small, but the cocktail oysters were even smaller, so I asked for 2 dozen unopened. $18 a dozen is not cheap. When I got home and opened them, they were very small. The taste was good and fresh but the size was very disappointing. I thought this was mean when I had made the big effort to go there. I won't be going again.
Written 12 February 2023
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Jamie R
Chennai (Madras), India50 contributions
Oct. 2018 • Family
Sat outside in the sun overlooking the lake and enjoyed several dozen oysters. Had a chat to the workers preparing the cages. Nothing flash, with a price hard to better.
Written 2 October 2018
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Dale H
Melbourne, Australia69 contributions
Jan. 2018 • Couples
Stopped here when we were going to launch our boat. oysters were well priced a are being sold on the edge of Pambula lake (river). Great views over the waterway well worth a visit.
Written 28 January 2018
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Alvin V
Melbourne, Australia90 contributions
Apr. 2017 • Friends
You can buy wholesale, opened or unopened, far cheaper than in restaurants, the best oysters in the state.
One producer, Broadwater Oysters, has an open-air seating area where you can eat the oysters prepared with lemon and salt, and offers drinks as well. Very good value at $12 for 16 pieces.
Written 18 April 2017
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PadreJose
Lithgow, Australia384 contributions
Aug. 2016 • Couples
We were exploring and decided to check out The Broadwater at Pambula. We also saw that oysters were on sale at the landing. The view over the Broadwater and oyster leases was lovely and it was nice watching the farmers heading out the tend the racks. One seller was open and we were served by a very friendly and knowledgeable woman. We purchased a dozen freshly shucked oysters and took them away for dinner. It was a great meal!! The wonderful oysters made our little detour so worthwhile.
Written 22 August 2016
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pacamu
Melbourne, Australia65 contributions
My 2nd visit over 5 years and what a great way to buy oysters fresh from the water opened and turned and inspected as you order. Great staff here best takeaway oysters cannot get fresher to take home. These guys are suppliers only just walk up to the window to order . Paul
Written 2 March 2014
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Kiwinaturallly
Ballarat, Australia57 contributions
Aug. 2013 • Solo
Freshly opened in front of you, you can even choose the size you'd like (if available). Your oysters are served on a white plate with a lemon wedge and you dine at a table in the 'el fresho' area overlooking the lakes where the oysters are grown. You're able to chat to the oyster workers while listening to the chorus of birds in the trees surrounding the business. Ask the staff to show you the medal for their second prize win in the oyster opening competition. A wonderful real life experience if you like oysters. No kill-Patrick though!!
Written 14 August 2013
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