Broken Bay Pearl Farm is pleased to continue through the rest of the year with 2 hour tours now available Thursday and Saturdays.
One of Sydney’s best new tour experiences, guests are invited to see the only pearl farm in New South Wales where an experienced pearl farmer will take guests on the Pearls of Australia catamaran to see where the pearls are grown and share a live pearl harvest.
Once on shore, a pearl technician will share the seven virtues that determine the beauty and value of both the Broken Bay Akoya pearl grown in New South Wales, as well as the Cygnet Bay South Sea pearl grown the Kimberley.
Broken Bay Pearl Farm was established in 2003 by oyster farmers who discovered the native Akoya pearl oyster growing amongst their crop in the pristine waters of New South Wales’ Central Coast.
Broken Bay has recently joined forces with Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm north of Broome in Western Australia to create Pearls of Australia which features two additional virtues of provenance and purity that make their pearls among the most valuable in the world.
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