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Discover the hidden gem of New South Wales

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A truly faultless and wonderful experience.

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Visit our Shellar Door

Situated on the edge of the stunning Lower Hawkesbury River, just one hour north of Sydney, is our Shellar Door. Visitors are welcome to come in and browse our selection of locally grown pearls, shells and jewellery, or enjoy some fresh local oysters at our outdoor seating alongside the river.  While you are here, why not join us on one of our guided tour experiences (bookings required). 

Tues – Fri

Weekends

9:30am – 4:30pm

9:30am – 4:00pm

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Join a private or group tour as we share our expertise of farming these incredibly rare gems of the ocean. Share in the adventure of Australia’s pearling pioneers, their evolution of the industry and how they have overcome ever-changing environmental factors along the way.

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Join us for a guided tour and learn how this precious gem has spanned the timeline of history, bridging cultures while helping to regenerate the planet.
Immerse Yourself

Group & Private Experiences

Our Pearls

The rarest and finest Akoya pearls in the world are sustainably grown right here at Broken Bay Pearl Farm, with each of these hidden gems taking years in the making.

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Find out what makes for a world class pearl?

OUR JEWELLERY

Few collections in the world can boast the purity, rarity, lustre and provenance of our Australian grown pearls. Combining these virtues with our elegantly crafted and innovative jewellery designs, we create pieces that are loved for generations.

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“Broken Bay Pearl Farm far exceeded my expectations!”

Heidi Hampl
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“This place is a slice of heaven. The kids loved it!”

Alex Scriven

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“It was a fascinating tour, highly recommend this experience!”

J Marie
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Sounding good so far? Let’s take the next step.

You’re officially invited to come and discover the history, mystique and hidden gems of the Hawkesbury River.

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