Collection: Native Spices

Our collection of Native Spices is the perfect way to spice up your dishes and add a native flare while celebrating the flavours of Australia. This Native Spice collection contains plants with medicinal properties that are naturopath proven and have been used for generations for their healing properties and as a food source for communities. 


Australian Myrtles to Use in Cooking. 

Cinnamon Myrtle has a subtle cinnamon flavour and is an amazing native Australian ingredient to add to curries, casseroles and slow-cooked stews. Lemon Myrtle, however, has a sweet lemon flavour due to the high citral content, making it the perfect native ingredient to add to cream-based dishes, sorbets, and grilled meats.  Aniseed Myrtle has a subtle liquorice flavour and scent, add it to your teas, desserts and ice creams.

Australian Bushfoods to Use As Spices.

Pepperberries are a native Australian bushfood that have a strong pepper flavour with fruity notes that builds in heat. Tasmanian Pepperberries are antioxidant-rich and have been found to naturally reduce inflammation. Use the Native Australian berries as an ingredient in burgers, pasta, soups and stews. If you’re looking to add a flavour similar to sundried tomatoes with a sweet-salty caramel-like flavour, try Australian Bush Tomatoes. This native fruit has been a staple bushfood source for Indigenous communities for generations. They’re rich in antioxidants, Vitamin E, Vitamin C, iron, copper, folate, zinc, magnesium, calcium and contain selenium, a rare mineral that naturally boosts metabolism. 

Australian Wattleseed has been traditionally used as a source of food in dry and arid regions. The process of making the bushfood edible requires roasted Wattleseeds to be dried and ground into Wattleseed flour. The native Australian spice is low in G.I and high in protein and has a stunning coffee-chocolate flavour, perfect in pasta, bread and desserts. 

What is the Best Native Australian Herb? 

Native Thyme was traditionally used for its medicinal properties and has a natural flavour profile similar to Italian herbs, mint and peppery thyme. Sea Parsley is a stunning substitute for traditional parsley, and has a flavour profile similar to traditional parsley, but with a hint of “ocean”. Native Australian River Mint is known to naturally help with digestion and provides a fresh, minty and herbaceous flavour. Lastly, native Saltbush is an Australian herb that has a slightly salty, earthy flavour and can be used as a healthy and natural substitute for table salt

Native Spice Bundles.

Cook like a MasterChef with our Native Spice Bundles. Our Native Spice Bundles are the perfect way to try multiple Australian Bushfoods, Native Spices, and flavours. 

The Outback Spice Bundle will surprise your tastebuds with the highest-quality native Australian spices! It includes a wide range of the best Australian spices and is the perfect way to spice up your dishes and add a Native-Australian flare. Included in the bundle is our delicious Australian Saltbush, Tasmanian Pepperberries, River Mint, Native Australian Thyme, Sea Parsley, Australian Wattleseed, and delicious Native Bush Tomatoes

Explore the flavours of  Edible Australian Myrtle plants with our Roogenic Australian Myrtle Bundle. This bundle includes Aniseed Myrtle, Cinnamon Myrtle, Lemon Myrtle, and Strawberry Gum Leaf. This is the perfect bundle if you’re looking to add a Native twist to desserts, ice creams, teas, sauces, and meats. 

Our Bushfood Starter Pack Bundle is the perfect gift for experimental chefs (or even yourself!). Introduce yourself to cooking with Native Australian Spices with our Olive Oil Infused with Pepperberries and Lemon Myrtle, Lemon Myrtle, Pepperberries, Kakadu Plum, Davidson PlumWattleseed, Saltbush, and Finger Lime

Live out your MasterChef fantasies with our Ultimate Bushfood Bundle. This bundle features all of our Native Spices, Myrtles, and Native Australian Fruits and is the perfect gift for fellow bush-foodies or even to treat yourself.  Included is our, Lemon MyrtleWattleseed, Pepperberry, Saltbush, Kakadu Plum, Quandong, Strawberry Gum Leaf, Bush Tomatoes, Native Thyme, Sea Parsley, River Mint, Aniseed Myrtle, Cinnamon Myrtle, Jilungin, Finger Lime, Desert Lime, Gumbi Gumbi, and Davidson Plum

Experiment with Australia’s favourite native leaves in our Tea Time Bushfood Bundle. It’s the perfect way to control how much of our potent bushfood leaves you want to put into your brew and experiment with what works for you. It includes Jilungin, Gumbi Gumbi, Strawberry Gum Leaf, and Lemon Myrtle.
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