Discover the hidden gem of New South Wales
A truly faultless and wonderful experience.
New oyster tasting experience
Experience one of the world’s true delicacies: the oyster! Join us on the final Sunday of the month to discover the individual characteristics of the local Sydney Rock Oyster, the creamy Pacific Oyster and our very own seafood treasure, the Akoya pearl oyster.
We accept NSW Parent vouchers
Redeem your NSW Parent voucher when booking any of our experiences online. Parent vouchers expire October 8, 2022.
Our Shellar Door is open!
Pop into our Shellar Door on the banks of the Hawkesbury River for tours, pearls, oysters and much more!
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
9:30am – 4:30pm
9:30am – 4:00pm
Group & Private Experiences
Private Discovery Experience
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.
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.
“Broken Bay Pearl Farm far exceeded my expectations!”Heidi Hampl
“This place is a slice of heaven. The kids loved it!”
“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.