Port Oyster Tales and Bubbles

Scoffing Oysters (No copyright)

Hear tales of native oysters living in the Port River, how they were stored in the river to supply oyster saloons, pilfered and banned, and now how they're being restored to the river.

Native oysters were part of the shellfish diet of Kaurna people along the Port River. They were supplied from coastal SA and consumed in their thousands in the colonial era. Now they are on the come-back trail and are successfully living again in the Port River, though now as ecological warriors filtering the river water.

Enjoy a glass of wine and compare the flavour of a Pacific and native oyster.

Bookings essential

Venue
Event Details

Finished

Venue information

  • Bookings required

  • Wheelchair access

Event type

Special event/Talk

Dates and times

Sat 4 (BOOKED OUT), Thu 16 May & Sat 1 Jun, 2.30-4pm

Location

Michonne Wine Bar, 229 St Vincent St, Port Adelaide

Cost

Per Person: $30 + oncosts

Booking

Bookings essential

Contact

Enquiries
estuarycare [at] internode.on.net

Event capacity

45

Connect

Venue