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The Oceans Filter


Did you know that each oyster filters about 100 - 180 litres of water a day. Think of how much water a whole bed of those amazing bivalves are cleaning, which makes these not only tasty creatures, but good-for-the-environment as well.

Health Benefits

This sexy bivalve packs a wallop of zinc, which is great for making you feel good and keeping up your energy. Not only does the zinc boost your sex drive, but it also ups your immune system, helps get rid of acne, eases rashes and makes your bones stronger.

Champagne Oysters

24 oysters, freshly shucked

160 g butter

3 cups (750 ml) Champagne

4 tablespoons snipped fresh chives, plus extra to garnish


1. Clean and dry the oyster shells. Melt 60 g butter over medium heat, add the Champagne and chives, and boil for 5 minutes, or until reduced by half. Strain and return to the pan. Cut the remaining butter into cubes and gradually whisk into the sauce. Simmer for 5 minutes. Spoon over the oysters, season and top with extra chives. Enjoy    -   source: Good Food

Sponsorship News
Wirrulla Bombers

Smoky Bay Oysters is proud to be associated with Wirrulla Bombers and wishes all the football and netball teams all the very best for successful campaigns! 

Smoky Bay Progress Association

It's with great pleasure that we can provide sponsorship to the Smoky Bay Progress Association to assist with raising much needed funds and in-kind support towards restoring the Smoky Bay foreshore and beach shelters lost in the September 2016 storms. 


You too can support this important project.  The custom designed Smoky Bay Fishing Shirt is a must have in your wardrobe.  Suitable for sun protection and water sports, it's a comfy & stylish shirt.  All proceeds from the sale of the custom designed Smoky Bay fishing shirts will go directly to this valuable community project!!  For shirt purchase enquiries please call 0402 459 909 or purchase yours today at the Smoky Bay General Store.

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