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Macro Group Australia

http://macrogroupaustralia.com.au

The best place to get all Kangaroo Products

Information from their website

Macro Group Australia (formerly Macro Meats) was established in 1987 and now controls the world’s largest retail distribution of Australian kangaroo and wild game meat. It is the exclusive supplier to Australia’s major supermarket chains and is a major exporter of premium kangaroo meat.

Based in South Australia, the family owned and operated business has a long history of innovation and excellence and have proudly been supplying Australians with quality kangaroo meat products for the past 30 years.

Macro Group Australia has grown to own a collection of companies that includes various premium kangaroo meat brands for retail, food service and export, a luxury leather goods company, a state of the art Adelaide based food and environmental testing laboratory, production facilities, as well as retail pet food and pet treat brands. This company approach ensures nothing is wasted and supports the company’s beliefs in this abundant natural resource and creating a more sustainable way to eat and live.

Applewood Distillery

https://www.applewooddistillery.com.au/pages/visit-us

Amazing producers of Native Australian based spirits and drinks.

Information from their website

Being winemakers, we're two people incredibly passionate about the soil and produce we have in Australia. It's our contention to showcase products to the rest of the world that embrace Australian native ingredients and pay homage to the custodianship of the indigenous people who maintained the land for thousands of years. 

It's this passion that has driven us to start two wine labels, one that protects our farmers and another that protects our future. We've since taken these concepts and with our distillery, applewood - catapulted it into the horticultural realm - studying indigenous produce, it's beneficial effects on our land and the stories it can tell through incredible colours, flavours, and textures. 

We seek Australian identity in the products we craft and the services we offer. We seek ways to communicate this with an entirely new demographic. 


Our hope is that these Australian stories can one-day be heard on a global scale.

Brendan, Laura & Truffles