Northern Territory Bushlands
012° 21' 27" S
132° 07' 43" E
The bushlands of the Northern Territory are one of Australia's hidden treasures with an immense and complex landscape that encompasses spectacular gorges, waterfalls and cave systems, pockets of lush rainforest and an astonishing variety of wildlife. Wild and wonderful, the Northern Territory is one of the world's last great wilderness areas. The unfettered space and wild beauty of the territory is unparalleled and unforgettable.
Located north of the Tropic of Capricorn, the Northern Territory has a tropical monsoon climate, defined by distinct dry and wet seasons. The dry season is characterised by clear blue skies, easterly winds and balmy days with some chilly nights. The wet season however, is a different story. During the wet season, the territory becomes hot and humid, sometimes violent, and above all unpredictable.
What we source
We use Kakadu plum in three of our products:
Other rare places from where we source our ingredients
Note: DMS coordinates refer to a point on a map – an area of 30 square meters or 100 square feet. We use them to indicate the surrounding area or region.