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Meet the Family

Broadwater Oysters is owned and operated by Greg Carton and Sue McIntyre.

"We have been farming Sydney Rock oysters in Pambula Lake for 26 years, supplying opened, unopened and bottled oysters to the general public and restaurants. Our team is like a big family, every member takes pride in the quality of our beautiful oysters and the pristine environment in which they are grown. We reckon we have the best office in the world!"

Champions of the Catchment

Environmental Champions

As a result of Sue and Gregs efforts, Landcare has named them ‘Champions of the Catchment’. They have also won two NSW Coastal Conference Awards and the NSW Government GREEN GLOBE Award.

But they don’t do it for the recognition – they do it because they believe it’s the right thing to do. And their commitment is paying off: Pambula oysters are some of the best in the world. If you’re ever in the area, make sure to try one!

Medal Winning

Broadwater Oyster’s delicious Sydney Rock Oysters regularly bring home awards from across Australia — including GOLD, SILVER & BRONZE medals at Sydney Royal Show and Royal Hobart Show.

Shucking Champs

It’s not just the oysters that win awards! Owners of Broadwater Oysters, Greg and Sue are both winners in their own rights. Shucking Champs with awards from Eden Whale Festival, Pambula Show and the iconic Narooma Oyster Festival.

Industry Excellence

Broadwater Oysters are recognised as leaders in the Oyster Industry by their peers. Sue recently received an Outstanding Service Award for services to the NSW Oyster Industry from Department of Primary Industries – Fisheries NSW.

Environmental Champions

Sue and Greg take caring for the environment seriously as clean water equals healthy oysters. It is the reason Pambula oysters are SO good. Landcare named them 'Champions of the Catchment' and they, as part of the South Coast Oyster industry, have also won two NSW Coastal Conference Awards and the NSW Gorvernment GREEN GLOBE Awards.

Premium Sydney Rock Oysters

Broadwater Oysters are special

Oysters have been farmed on Pambula Lake for over 100 years. The Sydney Rock Oyster is a native species to Pambula Lake. They are naturally organic and good for our estuary environments. Broadwater Oysters experience excellent water quality. The oyster farmers of Pambula Lake conduct extensive water quality monitoring and shellfish testing year round to ensure the best possible environment for production of premium Sydney Rock Oysters.
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