Sydney Rock Oysters are unique to the east coast of Australia, and have a remarkable ability to stay alive out of water for as long two weeks. Although named after our most famous city they have been cultivated in estuaries up and down the coast for well over 100 years.

Sydney Rock Oysters grow naturally in large quantities and feed on microscopic plankton, algae and organic matter. It takes between 2.5 - 3 years for an oyster to grow to sale size. Sydney Rocks are generally best between November and May but can be found in good condition (full and creamy) all year round in the Clyde River and in estuaries further south.

Oysters are naturally high in essential Omega-3 oils, iron, vitamins A, B & C and are low in cholesterol. Often touted as an aphrodisiac, oysters are also high in zinc (essential for male performance in bed) and have been discovered to contain amino acids which are proven to increase the libido of men and women.
They also taste good!