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Cheeky, stylish and quintessentially Sydney, The Morrison Bar and Oyster Room is nestled in the heart of Sydney’s CBD, owned and operated by Sydney Bar Barron, Fraser Short and his group The Sydney Collective.

Occupying the heritage listed Johnson’s Building (built in 1912) The Morrison has become iconic for its contemporary New York inspired interiors, the freshest oysters, and vibrant nightlife and atmosphere. The Morrison draws a range of clientele; from corporate diners and after work drinkers, foodies and oyster buffs, to international travel enthusiasts – all seeking to unwind and enjoy the finer things in life and the best of what Sydney has to offer.



Crab Carnival 2018


It’s back & better than ever, our 5th Annual Crab Carnival. Chef Sean Connolly and the team at The Morrison invite you to indulge in a month long crab-tastic feast. Did you really eat crab if you didn’t get it all over you?!

It is a messy affair with a hand’s on experience never far away. Dive in with our signature whole mud crab served perfectly with coriander & Sean’s hot sauce. This year Sean’s passion for Italian is alive more than ever with our new entrants the Crab Ravioli & Crab Risotto.


From the Blog

Crab Carnival Returns


The Celebration Of The Crustacean: 2018 Crab Carnival Media Night   It’s time to whip out your crustacean bibs because the Crab Carnival is officially returning to The Morrison 19th March – 15th April with a delicious new menu set

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Sean’s Piccalilli

Chefs & Recipes

What tickles your pickle?   If you consider yourself a foodie and feeling a little bit festive – why not have a crack at Sean’s Piccalilli relish? The perfect gift for family and friends, we like ours with cold cuts

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3.0 Oyster Experience

Meet The Locals

  Part 3. Wynlen House Urban Micro Farm   Just a 60 minute drive from Batemans Bay, through the misty forest road along the Kings Highway around the Clyde Mountain, we arrived in the quaint town of Braidwood in NSW.

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