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Freycinet Marine Farm, Coles Bay

3.8
#1 of 15 in Outdoors in Tasmania
Farm Tourist Spot
Set in the wetlands, Freycinet Marine Farm is a working oyster farm that raises oysters and mussels. Slip into fishing waders as part of your visit. Try the freshly harvested oysters, mussels, and scallops--or lobsters and abalone. There are picnic tables available. Put Freycinet Marine Farm at the forefront of your travel plans using our Coles Bay holiday planner.
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  • If your idea of heaven is a dozen freshly shucked oysters washed down with a glass of quality Tasmanian wine, this place is not to be missed. We arrived with friends for lunch on a beautiful Tasmanian...  more »
  • We visited this place on our way to the Freycinet National Park. The location was convenient, about 20 minutes from the parking lot of the park. We ordered a dozen of oysters (cooked trio, $25 AUD) an...  more »
  • Local oysters, mussels and wines in a friendly, relaxed outdoor cafe. No frills and a true showcase of the quality of east coast seafood.  more »
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  • Best oysters I've had on my trip in Tasmania at a reasonable price. The staff are also super nice. We asked them how to cook the scallops we bought and they recommended pan fry with some butter which we didn't have any but they were kind enough to give us a small takeaway container free of charge
  • Amazing seafood, well priced. Rustic look and feel, generally busy during summer time
  • This place is absolutely awesome!!! All the seafood was soooo fresh fresh with an oyster farm on site!!! We had the garlic scallops; abalone; sea urchin; oysters three ways and the oysters with salmon and Brie. The casual atmosphere combined with the very friendly staff made this the BEST SEAFOOD MEAL EVER for under $100 (only$84)!!!
  • Had better oysters in Hobart. Tourist trap. Be warned.
  • Alittle over rated... Was hoping for more to see than just a place to eat and go. But nonetheless oysters and mussels were good.