Thirty Three Degrees

Oyster;- [Oy-Stuh] Noun

A small creamy bite of saline heaven. A dietary need.

Sydney Rock Oysters grow naturally along 1500 kilometers of NSW coastline, centered on latitude 33 degrees – providing the namesake for East 33 and Thirty Three Degrees Restaurant.

Sydney Rock Oysters are extremely rare, with only 1 in every 36,000 oysters produced globally being Sydney Rock Oysters.

Provenance. Heritage. Craft.

East 33 is dedicated to sustaining the world’s best oyster culture, capturing the essence of each estuary by leveraging generations of farmer knowledge and endeavor.

Thirty Three Degrees
Highlight. Experience. Indulge.

A dining destination to showcase the uniqueness and provenance of Sydney Rock Oysters.

Taste the subtle and sharp notes of Sydney Rock Oysters from season to season and estuary to estuary.

Situated on the foreshore of Wallis Lake in the twin towns of Forster Tuncurry, Thirty Three Degrees overlooks the very water that produces over 20% of NSW’s premium Sydney Rock Oysters.

As one of the farms that makes up East 33, Hamilton’s Oysters and Hamilton’s Oyster Bar were acquired in 2019.

Re-imagined in 2021, with our Executive chef Joachim Borenius now leading our dedicated team, Thirty Three Degrees is an experience to savoured.

Thirty Three Degrees Restaurant in Forster-Tuncurry