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Out of the Blue Oyster farm and tours

Out of the Blue Oysters farm tours

Find out all about a day in the life of an oyster.......while you taste some

Our tours are conducted over one and a half to two hours, with a maximum of 4 passengers per tour. We take you on an oyster punt cruise trip through our pristine, protected inlet, visiting  some of our oyster leases where we manage various stages of our oysters’ life cycle. On the way we'll take in the estuary’s scenery and some of our lovely oysters. The longer tours will include a visit to our onshore worksite to learn a little about our oyster operations there. The tours conclude with our returning you to your start point.

In the holiday season we may run up to 4 tours a day depending on demand and oyster farm work commitments, and of cours, weather conditions.

We board passengers either from the public boat jetty in Fosters Bay near the Inlet Cafe in Narooma, or on the inlet directly from a seaplane operated by South Coast Seaplanes if you have flown in on one of their fabulous south coast scenic flights.  Departing from nearby Moruya, South Coast Seaplanes conduct flying tours of the coast and Montague Island spotting seal colonies, whales and coastal scenery, and landing on the inlet for us to receive passengers directly from the seaplane.

Bookings can be made by phone or email.

The Sydney rock oyster

Truly one of nature's gifts. Full of all the right stuff that's great for your health, the rock oyster is a carbon sequester to boot, so they're great for the health of the environment as well! Best of all though, they taste fantastic …straight out of the shell or, if you prefer, cooked in a multitude of ways. The Sydney rock is characterised by its deep, rich, creamy lasting sweetness. It defines Umami ("the essence of deliciousness"). According to guru John Susman, from seafood consultancy Fishtales, "it's like no other on the planet" ... and they just don't come any better than from the Wagonga inlet.

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