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The First of the Season - Oyster Arrival Times

The First of the Season

Bluff Oyster Arrival Times

The times listed below are subject to change without notice and are dependent on airline schedules and weather suitable for fishing!

The times listed are the airport arrival times and the expected time of arrival of the oysters at the local Big Fresh store.

Date: Sunday, March 5 2000

City Airport Big Fresh
Auckland (Big Fresh Mt Wellington) 11.00am 11.30am (4 stores)
Christchurch 11.50am 12.30pm (2 stores)
Dunedin 12.30pm (by InterCity) 1.30pm
Hamilton 3.30pm 4.15pm
Napier 4.50pm 5.30pm
Nelson 2.20pm 3.00pm
Rotorua 3.25pm 4.00pm
Tauranga 4.35pm 5.00pm
Wellington 1.10pm 1.50pm
Whangarei 5.05pm 5.40pm

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