From Bateman's to Bruny Island, St Helen's to Smokey Bay, show those shuckers your pearly whites and help the famed event beat its record of 18,760 oysters consumed at last September's Frenzy.
$75 | all you can eat oysters, plus seafood canapes, crab, Chandon, wines by Yering Station, Toolangi and Mount Langi Ghiran, James Squire beer and Orchard Crush Apple Cider.
Thursday 31st July, 6:30-9pm
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Moulting Bay St Helen's, Tasmania:
Not for the faint hearted; very salty, big, full, rounded flavour
Blackman Bay Dunalley, Tasmania:
Gentler, briny-flavoured oysters, with low salt finish
Smokey Bay, South Ausutralia:
Renowned for their sensational sweet ocean taste
Sea Bounty Angasi, Victoria:
Briny, sweet flavours, with a creamy texture and lingering finish
Clyde River, New South Wales:
Smooth, subtle flavours, with medium salt and a distinct sweetness