Delivery days Tuesday to Friday. Next delivery is Friday 1 March onwards.

Poole Native Oysters (S-XL)

SOLD OUT Poole Native Oysters (S-XL)

Poole Native Oysters are wild and sustainably fished from traditional Native Oyster beds in micro-tidal waters at Poole Harbour, Poole, Dorset, England.

These oysters benefit from four separate nutrient-rich rivers that flow into Poole Harbour.

Available: Seasonal - 1 September to 30 April each year.

In Stock: Yes. At times Native Oysters may be unavailable due to adverse tides and/or weather.

Size: Small-Medium, Medium-Large, Large-Extra Large.

Freshest oysters possible
Poole Native Oysters remain in Poole Harbour from seed until market size (takes 4 to 5 years).

Once harvested, these oysters are cleaned, purified in natural seawater, and packed live to order in boxes at the oyster farm's depuration and dispatch centre (Monday to Thursday), for next day courier delivery to our clients' addresses in mainland UK (Tuesday to Friday).

Store and consume
For the freshest and best flavour, store Native Oysters in the fridge and consume within 2-3 days from delivery. Oysters can be consumed raw or cooked.

How to Store Oysters & Best Before Guide 

Ingredients: Oysters (molluscs).

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Poole Native Oyster


Brininess: 5/10.

Meat to shell ratio: 8/10.

Meat: Plump, soft.


Succession of flavour notes:

1. Light sea salt.

2. Green grass, cucumber.

3. Tin, tangy.


Disclaimer. This taste review is our own opinion. Each oyster is unique with flavour influences by its waters, climates and seasons.


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Established in 1986, and family owned and operated; Poole oyster farm covers about 126 acres of micro-tidal and shallow waters to the north and west of Brownsea Island, Poole Harbour, Poole, Dorset, England.


Poole Harbour (an area of about 14 square miles) is a natural harbour and drowned valley that was formed at the end of the last ice age; and is the estuary of several rivers that include the Frome, the Piddle, the Corfe and the Sherford rivers.


Poole Harbour is an area of international importance for wildlife conservation and borders three National Nature Reserves; as well as a number of local nature reserves, such as the National Trust, and Royal Society for the Protection of Birds.


A short distance from Poole oyster farm is Brownsea Island. Located near the sea entrance at Sandbanks, Brownsea Island is the largest of eight islands in Poole Harbour, and the county of Dorset. Owned by the National Trust, Brownsea Island is accessable by ferry or private boat. Most of the island is open to the public; and supports open water, mudflaps, marshes, reedbanks, lagoons, and habitats for marine and wildlife.


Poole Pacific Oysters are featured on menus at top oyster bars, restaurants and hotels in the UK.


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Poole Native Oysters from Poole Harbour, Dorset, England.


Maps by Simply Oysters. Circles indicate approximate locations; not to scale.


Google Map of 50.513824,+-3.279636

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In Stock. Delivery to addresses in mainland UK (Tuesday to Friday). Choose delivery date at checkout. At the latest, order 2 days before delivery date.

Prices are per Oyster. Minimum order is 12 Oysters for this product alone; or 6 Oysters when combined with Other Products shown at the BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE.


  • Brand: Poole
  • Product Code: POOLEN
  • Availability: SOLD OUT
  • £1.49
  • 24 or more £1.45

Available Options

This product has a minimum quantity of 6