About Macadamias

Our orchards are located on Australia’s east coast in some of Australia’s most beautiful rainforest and subtropical environments. This is the area where macadamias, which are native to Australia, were first discovered.

Macadamias contain the highest levels of monounsaturated fat (the “good fat”) of all nuts, as well as a wide range of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and fibre, but contain no cholesterol. Macadamias are a delicious, healthy, natural food. Learn more about Macadamias on the following pages:

Macadamia Farming

Our orchards are located on Australia's east coast in some of Australia's most beautiful rainforest and subtropical environments. This is the area where macadamias, which are native to Australia, were first discovered.

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Educational

The fact that the macadamia nut had its origins in Australia is not widely known. Our “Australian Bush Nut” was first discovered by Allan Cunningham in 1828 but it wasn’t until the late 1880s that serious cultivation of these evergreen trees began.

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Health & Nutrition

Macadamias contain the highest levels of monounsaturated fat (the "good fat") of all nuts, as well as a wide range of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, as well as protein and fibre, but contain no cholesterol. Macadamias are a delicious, healthy, natural food.

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