Food & Wine

A woman is sitting comfortably in a yellow kayak. She is reaching towards the camera to receive a plump, freshly shucked rock oyster.
Farm Gate on Wray Street. Credit: Region X.

Food & Wine

Eurobodalla has an abundance of cool cafés each with the relaxed vibe of coastal village life. From quaint little villages to riverside settings, the Eurobodalla offers a variety of restaurants and cafes producing the goods while you enjoy the serenity. And many of them are hosting artists as part of the festival. The best of both worlds.


Oysters & art

Narama Nangara (Narooma Oysters) are not to be missed! Taste a selection of oysters from local estuaries – while taking in the views at Wagonga Inlet, Forster’s Bay. AND this year you can watch a mural being painted that celebrates their importance to the indigenous community.


If you’d like to know where to buy or taste some of the best oysters the world has to offer, check out the options on the Oyster Festival’s official site.