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Freycinet Marine Farm, Coles Bay

(3.8/5 based on 340+ reviews on the web)
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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  • We arrived late in the day for their local abalone cooked with lemon. They had run out so I chose the garlic butter scallops instead - $15 per serve. Ready in less than 2 minutes. 8 large local scallo...  more »
  • Attending an actual marine farm, one might expect great seafood, in a non pretentious setting, along with reasonable prices. The seafood was OK, the setting was humble ( which we didn't mind), and the...  more »
  • Went after wineglass bay. Fresh oysters were awesome as was the kilpatrick. The abalone was not my fancy, but my wife loved it. The only downside is limited options for kids, but i think they have tha...  more »
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  • Great fresh oysters if you like chewing shell. Also long drop toilets... Could be an awesome place but details are overlooked. Other dishes looked great on other peoples plates.
  • Tried the hot trio pack consisting of kilpatrick+ginger soy+salmon Oysters and they were delicious. We arrived just in time for lunch and they didn't disappoint us. Couldn't resist and ended trying the natural oysters to play around the natural flavours with different dippings at the table. Must visit place!!!
  • We went when there was a large rain storm and alas, they did not have any oysters. However i had a really great educational lesson from the cook who explained to me all about oysters. I can only imagine their oysters would be just as pleasant!
  • Great oysters! Specially loved the smoked salmon and brie ones, had the garlic and butter scallops which was great too. The ladies running the restaurant are very friendly and welcoming. I wish i come back one day
  • Oyster Trio really fresh and highly recommended as you get to eat them in various ways instead of just having them with lemon. Salmon is cooked really well though and prawns just as fresh. Great little place to have lunch before heading off to wineglass bay.