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Experience the pristine clear waters, pure fresh air and creamy salty taste of Coffin Bay Oysters on our Oyster Farm Tour. Climb into waterproof waders and hear from The Oyster Farmer himself who will be your tour guide, information on Oyster...more
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Coffin Bay Lpo 113 Esplanade, Coffin Bay, South Australia 5607, Australia
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We booked this excursion on our own for our Port Lincoln cruise stop. Kim met us by the i-site for our ride to Oyster Bay. The experience was a highlight of our 29 day cruise! Kim and Ben were informative and fun. Lunch at the...More
This tour was great fun, from the time we put on our waders until we could wander around and take a closer look of the farm. It was very relaxed. It was great tasting the oysters and then having a go at shucking them. I...More
Family of 6 (12,10,7 &5) experienced this tour. Was really good, I found learning about the oyster industry really interesting and so did the kids. Learning to shuck your own and tasting straight from the ocean is such a great experience! Thanks again! Would recommend...More
One of a kind that is truly unique and special! Starting with the outfit- donning the waterproof waders, the walk into the sea, dining in the shimmering water, the gustatory delight of the oysters and the skill of shucking, the whole experience is nothing short...More
after donning waders we walked out to the tasting pavilion to be shown how the oyster lease worked from sprats to the full grown oyster.We were then shown how to shuck the oyster and then we got to sample this delicious product.From the ocean to...More
Wade out near the oyster beds in the special wading suit and learn about oyster growing in Coffin Bay. Meanwhile, enjoy a glass of magnificent South Australian wine, experience how to shuck the oyster, and sample the very best oysters in the world. The guides...More
This was definitely an Absolute Highlight for our trip to Coffin Bay region: - Freshest Oysters imagineable - Knowledgable, Friendly, Helpful Hosts - Beautiful Setting - Glass of South Australia ‘Bubbles’ to round it off...Need I say more, a MUST for anyone visiting the area.
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Fantastic experience - 28th September 2018. Came over from Bonnie Scotland to visit our friends in Adelaide for a joint birthday celebration and they had booked this trip to tie in with a week at Arno Bay. Just a great total package - waders included!!...More
Really enjoyed the information about the Oysters and sitting out on the water. $40 for the tour only includes 4 oysters per person which is we feel is a bit tight. The $10 Reisling upgrade seems an obvious choice with seafood, but a small glass...More
Date of experience: November 2018
Ben C, Owner at Oyster Farm Tours - Coffin Bay, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago
Hi there - im sorry to hear you were disappointed with the experience. This is the first feedback we have had like this in 3 years, as you can see from the previous reviews. To provide some context, the tour is about creating a unique...More
Great experience, learning the history of Coffin Bay and their oyster industry.
Well organised, well thought through and excellent oysters, especially the indigenous ones, that you just don’t see in the shops👍.
The waders are something you must do, a lot fun.
Hi there. The Oyster farm tour at 11.00 goes for about an hour. The seafood tasting experience goes for 2 hours from 4.00pm to 6.00pm. Depending on the tide we either wade out or boat ride to the pontoon.