We’re celebrating International Women’s Day by sitting down with one of our favourite farmers – Jane Clout from Kooringal Oysters in QLD – for a quick chat about being a woman in male dominated industry!//Read More
At Signature Oysters, our brand is very important to us. As such, we were over the moon that our marketing team recently won silver in the ‘Marketing – Branded Experience’ category by the Melbourne Design Awards, Design 100 competition for the Signature Oysters branding that they have completed over the course of this year.//Read More
Highlighting the emphasis we have on Provenance at Signature Oysters, we jumped at the chance to send chef Geoffrey Lemaitre to meet with our oyster farmer Nathanael Dodt from Blue Moon Oysters in Bruny Island, Tasmania and spend a day on the farm.//Read More
Did you know that people who have visited Australia ranked it second (after France) for its food and wine experience?
But of the people who haven’t been to Australia, only 26% associate it with food and wine.
It is this perception gap that Tourism Australia is trying to close with its latest campaign,//Read More
South Coast of New South Wales.
Bachelor of Marine Science, Wollongong.
What keeps you going?
My passion for aquaculture, seafood and oysters.
Favourite cheap eat?
Akiba in ACT – they have great value sashimi,
After being drawn to the fantastic lifestyle and opportunities offered by the oyster industry, Caroline Henry and her husband Kel are now dedicated business owners of an oyster farm in Wonboyn Lake, NSW.
Caroline’s oysters are so good because they are grown in the clean,//Read More
Introducing Tim Brown, one of our farmers from Merimbula NSW.
Tim started oyster farming back in ’79 and kept being drawn back into the business until he eventually ended up buying his own place.
“There is definitely something satisfying about growing my own product.” Catching the oysters as tiny juveniles and nurturing them all the way until they are ready for sale gives Tim great satisfaction.//Read More