The Brisbane Water Oyster Festival was established in 2000 by the Peninsula Chamber of Commerce to showcase the beautiful waterways of the Woy Woy Peninsula and our largest primary industry, the oyster farming industry.
The annual Oyster Festival is on the second Sunday of November each year at Ettalong Beach right on the recently upgraded beach and waterfront. It is a superb day out for the whole family and lovers of fine food and wine.
The day includes fine wine from our neighbours in the Hunter Valley and food from around the world. With over 40 art and craft stall as well as exhibition stands.
The day commences with a full program of live, on stage entertainment.
'How Many Oysters Can You Eat in 30 Seconds' sponsored by Radio 2GO /SeaFM & Helloworld Woy Woy and Gosford, is the highlight of the day with many competing for the famous trophy and prize.
Oyster Eating Competition Entries Open!
Do you love oysters? Why not enter our 'How Many Oysters Can You Eat in 30 Seconds' competition? We will be running 2 sessions of the competition throughout the day.
The winners will receive a luxury harbour cruise for 2 courtesy of Helloworld - Woy Woy & Gosford. The competition is hosted by 2GO
To register call:
Elena, with the help of Chelsea will be doing two demonstrations; How to prepare a seafood meal quickly and economically and a second talk focusing on the importance of nutrition in recovery from injury and illness.
Read the full rundown on the entertainment page
The Peninsula Chamber of Commerce has today confirmed a major sponsor partner deal with Ettalong Diggers leading up to the Brisbane Water Oyster Festival on the 13th November. “The Chamber is proud to have teamed up again this year with the Ettalong Diggers who are the events major partner for 2016”, said Peninsula Chamber President Matthew Wales. “Ettalong Diggers have always been a big supporter of the Oyster Festival which is traditionally held on The Esplanade adjacent to the Club”.
“With almost 30,000 visitors
Limited sponsorship packages still available! Contact Rachele O’Reilly for more information:
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