Broken Bay Pearl Farm
The Broken Bay Pearl Farm’s shellar door is located in Mooney Mooney just a short way off the Pacific Motorway (M1) and just a short walk down the road from Mooney Mooney Workers Club.
Tuesday to Friday: 9.30am – 4.30pm | Weekends: 9.30am – 4pm | +61 (0)488 361 042 | email@example.com
12 Kowan Road, Mooney Mooney NSW 2083
Due to the current advice from the NSW Government and the risk of COVID-19 to the community, Broken Bay Pearl Farm is closed to the public until further notice.
In 2012, after many years of successfully growing pristine Akoya pearls right here on the Central Coast of New South Wales. Various (and still widely unknown) environmental threats led to a sudden downturn in the successful cultivation and harvest of quality pearls. This rapid loss was felt Australia wide and quickly began dismantling what was once a thriving industry.
In 2017, after years of R&D to help determine the pathway forward, the Broken Bay Pearl Farm began an extremely exciting partnership with James Brown and his passionate team of expert pearl farmers from the Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm (The Kimberley, Western Australia) and Pearls of Australia was born.
Pearls of Australia now stand at the forefront of an extremely small group of dedicated pearl farmers, marine biologists and scientific researchers that are beginning to bridge the gap between the pearl destruction of the past and the pearl production of the future. Spanning operations from the east coast of New South Wales to the far north western tip of the Kimberley coastline in Western Australia, our farmers work side by side as they invest in cutting edge technologies, innovation and sustainable marine practices while also creating a brand new awareness towards this ever evolving Australian story.
Today, we’re one step closer towards our vision of a world in which both farmers and retailers work together to ensure a future that sees people, pearl and planet living in harmony once again.