Introducing two new Native Australian Foods available in Spices in the Warndu range. Quandong and Wattleseed sprinkle.Read More
Two of Australia’s most passionate advocates for indigenous food and culture Rebecca Sullivan and Damien Coulthard want to get more native ingredients into your kitchen. Their new cookbook, Warndu Mai, features more than 80 doable recipes, from roo meatballs and lemon-myrtle pasta to strawberry-gum pavlova and emu-egg sponge cake.Read More
What a fabulous exhibition and pop-up restaurant we had in London last October. Damien’s art ‘Yarta’ was a smashing success as was Rebecca’s Warndu cook up to accompany it!Read More
Wattleseed is perfect for baking and cooking or even as an alternative to coffee, made the same way as plunger coffee. Wattleseed contains protein and carbohydrates and has a wonderful nutty, chocolatey aroma.Read More
Pop into the Free festival to hear our co-founder speak about the industry!
If you are in Melbourne this weekend (1-2 Feb 2019), be sure to pop into Festival 21 at the Meat Market, 3 Blackwood street in North Melbourne. Our co-founder Rebecca will be hosting a session on Native Foods at 3pm. The panel will consist of Ben Shewry of Attica, Amanda Garner of ANFAB and TV Presenter Jody Orcher. All events at the festival are free but bookings recommended via festival21.com.auRead More
The Australian Native Food industry suffers from inconsistent demand for products. By including Australian native foods in a few meals a week you can increase demand and help sure up supply.Read More
Australian Native Food - Key Food Guide published in Vogue.
“We need these food in every Australian Pantry, otherwise the industry cannot be sustainable,” Rebecca Sullivan
Warndu Mai (Good Food) contains information about seasonal availability, hints, tips and over 80 fully illustrated and accessible recipes showcasing Australian native foods, using ingredients such as kakadu plum, native currants, finger lime and pepperberry to create unique dishes and treats. It’s a must-have for every kitchen.Read More
2019 is the year of Indigenous LanguagesRead More
Ethical and sustainable gifts giveaway for the holiday SeasonRead More
Warndu is proud to be part of the ING Dreamstarter Sustainable Gift Guide for the second year in a row. Give Christmas Gifts that give with our top picks.Read More
London friends come and see Damiens new debut exhibition!Read More
How boring is it constantly worrying about weather or not we have eaten enough vitamins and minerals every day? I know it worries me and I really struggle to eat enough actual food daily to tick off my rather long list of things I should be getting every day.Read More
Warndu Australian Native Food and Gift Store has the best Australian Finger Lime and Davidson Plum available for purchase. Finger Limes and Davidson Plum are are full of vitamins and a great in winter to keep colds and flus at bay.Read More