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Something Wild

An indigenous owned business. They have a shop in the Central Market in Adelaide but ship Australia Wide.

Information from their website.

Something Wild specialises in a range of Indigenous Food and Open Range Game meats. Our shop is located at the Adelaide Central Market, and is a must-see to experience true Australian outback products right in the heart of Adelaide. 

Maalinup Aboriginal Gallery and Education

Amazing Gallery and value add selling bush tucker products, catering and education.

Information from their website

'Maali' is the Wardandi word for the black swan and along the Western and Southern cost of the South West, 'up' means place of ("up" changes to "in" at the border of Wiilmun boodja).  To learn more about the Langauage Groups of the South West of Western Australia, visit our Bibbulmun (Noongar) Kaatidjin page.

Maalinup Aboriginal Gallery is a wonderful place to visit in Perth, Western Australia when you want to purchase authentic Aboriginal Art and experience local bush tucker.

Maalinup is the Place of the Black Swan, which acknowledges our location here in the picturesque Swan Valley, Perth, Western Australia.  The Swan Valley is the oldest wine growing region in Western Australia and home to great wineries, restaurants and attractions.  You can make a day of it or stay in one of the many accommodation options.

We are just 35 minutes from the Perth CBD.  A “must see” stop on any trip to the Swan Valley.   Maalinup Aboriginal Gallery is unique to Perth as an Aboriginal owned and operated enterprise offering Aboriginal cultural activities, talks, performances and bush tucker, as well as a gallery full of local Aboriginal art, exquisitely different hand painted gifts and high quality Australian made souvenirs.  Drop in and sample sauces, jams, chutneys, oils and dukkahs from our bushtucker range or treat yourself to a handmade soap or book.

Our Aboriginal cultural performances for groups with dance, didgeridoo, storytelling and a bush tucker supper are an interactive evening of education, entertainment and eating.  Bushtucker Talks and Tastings including our Bushtucker Garden are very popular.  See our Cultural Activities page.

Specialising in art from the South West, proudly displayed are works by well known local artists.

Framed and unframed works are available and shipping can be arranged.

Maalinup Aboriginal Gallery is owned and operated by Maali Mia Pty Ltd, a wholly Indigenous owned and operated company.

Shannon Flemming

Some information from The Adelaide Review and his Facebook

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Fleming splits his work time between catering jobs as owner of Forgotten Seasons and head Chef at Lot 100 in the Adelaide Hills. The native food enthusiast also consults for companies such as Something Wild, works closely with Ngeringa and guest chefs across the country. His idyllic Hills lifestyle is a million miles from the pressures of a professional kitchen, an environment Fleming called work for 17 years. When he decided to quit Orana and Blackwood, Fleming’s initial plan was to take it easy and spend more time with his family.

“I didn’t know what was going to happen,” Fleming says. He admits the first few months were tough. He worried about his old place of work and his former team.

“It took me a long time to get over that,” he says. “You want to know what’s going on, you want to know if the restaurant’s going well, how this person is going, that person.”

A few months later Orana was crowned Australia’s best restaurant by Gourmet Traveller.

“It wasn’t my award,” he answers when asked about it. “It was their award. They deserved it. They took the restaurant to another level.”

Kungkas Can Cook

Information from their website

Kungkas Can Cook are an Indigenous catering business established in 2001.  Since then expanding to include a Bush Foods Cafe & Shop. Kungkas Can Cook are passionate about Bush Foods and are dedicated to utilising Wild Harvested produce from around the Central Desert Region and beyond. Kungkas Can Cook proud themselves in ensuring a sustainable and ethical supply direct from community to consumer. The menu is jam packed with an interesting blend of everyday meals with a twist.

Contact Details


(08) 8952 3102

0411 662 963

Dale Tilbrook

A Wardandi Bibbulmun woman from the Margaret River, Busselton area, Dale has been a Swan Valley local since 1998 when she opened the Maalinup Gallery offering authentic Aboriginal art, gifts and souvenirs.

Having spent many years gathering knowledge from her elders and other sources, Dale is often called on to talk about bush food, which she loves presenting and encouraging people to incorporate into their everyday cooking.

She is passionate about education and works extensively with students of all ages.

“It is an important part of my cultural journey, and I represent the Swan Valley region at every chance; travelling as far as Italy to cook at Australia on a Plate for 100 people, which is a wonderful opportunity,” said Dale.



Information from their website

Sharon’s greatest past time was collecting bush fruits and catching yabbies, and collecting cans to cash in for pocket money. Eating bush foods in the wild was a necessity during childhood, now she has pure pride and passion in being able to bring what Mother Earth has provided for everyone, in many different ways, and in its purist form

Location: New South Wales

Indigiearth sell product, have a cafe and do catering

PO Box 494 Mudgee NSW 2850

Phone: 1300 551 525

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Rainforest Bounty

Specialise in rainforest fruits fresh and frozen and value add products

Grower, Wholesaler, Retailer, Cater

Rainforest Bounty


66 Lindsay Road
4885 Malanda

(07) 4076 6544

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Grower, Wholesaler, Retailer, Cater

Rainforest Bounty


Specialise in rainforest fruits fresh and frozen and value add products


Sells, Educates, Caters

South Australia /Clare Valley

Warndu has a mission of bringing Australian Native Food into every pantry.

Warndu means good in the Adnyamathanha language. We want you to feel good in knowing our products are nutritious, that they contribute to social good and add value to our environment whilst trying to protect it and our precious soils. We want to help you to create meaningful meals and by using our products contribute to growing our incredible Australian Native Food Industry. It does not get any more local and seasonal than working with what has grown here in this beautiful country of ours for 60,000 years.

Let’s use that knowledge, embrace it and all of its amazing plants, nuts, seeds and proteins and ask questions of its heritage, its place and its use. Just because generations before us thought that these foods were not good enough to eat, does not mean we have to bury our heads in the red earth and ignore it. Step up and fight for a better future for our next generation.