Seafood in
Coopernook

 
 
 
Fresh Caught Fish— Fresh Oysters & Seafood In Coopernook, NSW
 
 
 

Customised Platters

 
As a locally owned and operated supplier of locally-grown oysters – from our very own farms, we also take pride in supplying a variety of other seafood of the highest quality. Stone’s Oysters in Coopernook is a seafood retail outlet that seafood platters that can be customised to your preference.

Our team specialises in creating seafood and fish platters for all occasions. Whether you are gathering some friends for a casual afternoon, or you need a significant amount of top-quality seafood for an event, we can help. Our shop offers various seafood, including lobster, crabs, fish, and prawns.
 
 
 
 
 

How to Order a Customised Seafood Platter

 
Visit Stone’s Oysters in Coopernook, or give us a call. We will ask you about the seafood you’d prefer, and your budget. For example, if you want to spend $150, we will make a platter that fits that value. Our helpful team can assist with your seafood requirements and make recommendations if you require.

If you want a mixed platter, we will include a combination of all of our seafood products. But if for example, you want us to focus only on lobsters and prawns, we can do that too. Give us a call today to discuss your requirements.
 
 
 
Seafood — Fresh Oysters & Seafood In Coopernook, NSW
 
 
 
 
 

Frequently Asked Questions

 
 

How can you tell how old a lobster is?

 
A bulletproof way to determine how old a lobster is doesn’t exist. However, experts might be able to make an educated guess based on its size.
 
 
 

How do you peel Prawns?

 
First, remove its head by gently twisting it. Look for the spot where the prawns legs are connected and start peeling there. Place your thumb under the shell to peel it, and tug the tail to remove it. Depending on your preference, you can leave head or tail on, or peel the prawn entirely.
 
 
 
 
 

How long does Seafood last?

 

To ensure your seafood is kept fresh, be sure to remove it from any plastic packaging. Store the seafood in an air-tight container, ideally covered in ice, in the fridge.