123 Ferry Road, Glebe, NSW 2037, Australia(02) 9518 9011

image002We love all good food. But we are especially passionate about Australia’s wonderful array of local fish and seafood, freshly caught every day. Oysters are one of our obsessions.

And while you are exploring our daily menus, or simply sharing a plate of oysters in our Bar, you will also enjoy magical views across Blackwattle Bay to the Anzac Bridge and Sydney Fish Market from our historic boathouse home.  You might even spot a few Sydney rowers gliding by.

It takes just 10 minutes drive from the City centre, or a water taxi ride to our front door, to experience this spectacular flip side view of our amazing city. It gets better year by year. We’ve been enjoying it for 17 so far!

Our food

Our lunch and dinner menus change daily so you can enjoy the best and most interesting seafood and other seasonal produce available each day from our favourite suppliers.
 Our daily menu includes our signature dishes, such as Snapper Pie, live crustaceans and a wonderful array of oysters from around Australia. More...

Oysters and Crustaceans

Australia has the best oysters and crustaceans in the world, so our obsession is not surprising. Our daily menu has at least 12 oyster varieties, and crustaceans such as hand-dived scallops from Kangaroo Island, Tasmanian lobsters, prawns and crabs. More...

Our location

Our boathouse sits right on Blackwattle Bay, opposite the Sydney Fish Market, and all our tables have spectacular views across the water to the beautiful Anzac Bridge. Water taxis are the safest and most fun way to reach us from anywhere on Sydney Harbour, but if you prefer to drive we offer valet parking on Friday and Saturday nights. More...

Boathouse Blog

Feels like Summer

We’re off and shucking We’ve just held our first Oyster Class for this season presented by oyster grower extraordinaire Steve Feletti  and our Executive Chef Colin Barker. It was a great success with a full house, fascinating information about oyster growing and harvesting, practical shucking lessons with Colin, lots of questions and answers and, of course, plenty of champagne. […]

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Oyster Classes update

SMH Good Food Month Oyster Classes – revised dates Apologies, but our very popular Oyster Classes are on Tuesday 14th and 28th October 2014 , from 6-8 pm, not the 18th as previously stated. We’ve already received plenty of bookings, so please don’t delay! Presented by Moonlight Flats oyster supremo Steve Feletti  and our own  Executive Chef […]

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Spring has finally sprung

Congratulations to our Boathouse team Time for the Sydney Morning Herald Good Food Guide 2015 Awards, so it must be Spring! We are very excited to be awarded a Hat once again, and to have been honoured  with one or more Hats for so many years.  Also congratulations to the Good Food Guide on their 30th Anniversary, and for […]

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A very gourmet month!

Joe shines in Gourmet Wine List Awards Last week, at the Gourmet Traveller Australia’s Wine List of the Year Awards 2014 , The Boathouse was awarded ‘two glasses’, our highest ever accolade. Our Sommelier Joe Turnaturi  has been working very hard towards this goal and certainly deserves the recognition. The highly qualified judges were looking for quality, originality, […]

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Winter warmers

Keeping you warm and cosy There’s nothing quite like an open fire. Our cosy fireplace has been keeping our customers warm since the early days of The Boathouse and is still a much-loved part of our winter dining. We especially love the beautiful aromas and comforting atmosphere an open fire creates on these chilly winter nights. Next time you visit, expect an extra warm welcome! […]

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Welcome to winter

The weather still seems unseasonably warm but cooler temperatures are on the way, so here are a few ideas to ward off the winter blues … Aussie whisky on top of the world It’s the World’s Best Single Malt Whisky, winner of the World Whiskies Awards 2014. Sullivans Cove French Oak Cask is a unique, small batch whisky from Hobart, made […]

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