No clams about it, the annual Oyster Festival at The Morrison in Sydney is like a turning point between the cold depths of winter and the restorative renewal of spring time.

This year the seafood experts are celebrating with cheap-as-chippies oysters every day, which tbh is far better for your back pocket than pretty much every other form of aphrodisiac.

Kicking off on August 1, The Morrison will get their best mother-shuckers out to crack open a few cold ones for $1.50 a pop during their very fishy happy hour between 6-7pm.

There’s absolutely no booking for happy hour though, so it’s 100% first in best dressed for this one.

If you’re after something a bit more substantial and/or fancy than just hoofing back a bunch of freshly-cracked goopy boys, you can also take a seat at the table and cop something off the dedicated Oyster Fest menu.

Dishes like oyster n’ leek chowder over duck fat fries, southern fried oysters with twice-cooked pork belly, and a carpet bag steak (oyster-stuffed eye fillet) paired with prosciutto and a café de Paris sauce will be on offer for those wanting to really tuck in.

And if you want to make a day of it, The Morrison is also running a fancy-ass oysters and bottomless bubbles brunch every weekend, where you can knock back a dozen of the finest local ocean boogers and unlimited flutes of fizz for $55 a head.

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