Oyster Festival returns

Oyster eating competition at Brisbane Water Oyster festival: Image: www.oysterfestival.com.auOyster eating competition at Brisbane Water Oyster festival: Image: www.oysterfestival.com.au

The Ettalong foreshore will see the return of the Brisbane Water Oyster Festival on Sunday, November 12.
The festival’s most popular event “How many oysters can you eat in 30 seconds” will also return.
Kids Zone this year will include horse riding and face painting.
The Brisbane Water Oyster Festival was established in 2000 by the Peninsula Chamber of Commerce to showcase the waterways of the Woy Woy Peninsula.
The annual Oyster Festival is on the second Sunday of November each year at Ettalong Beach.
The day features a variety of food, art and craft stalls, wines from the Hunter Valley and a newly-introduced art show at Ettalong Diggers Club.
The day commences with a full program of live entertainment from 9:30am, with Fabba and Akinga performing throughout the day.
The festival is now being promoted as “a part of the Wyong Lakes Festival presented by Central Coast Council”.

A reminder that the Brisbane Water Oyster Festival will be held in Ettalong on Sunday, 12 November – please visit the event website for more information around road closures on event day – www.oysterfestival.com.au

Media release, 24 Oct 2017
Rachele O’Reilly, Impact Exhibitions and Events

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